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Belfast Telegraph
First Minister backs Orangemen in battle over Whiterock parade decisionWorkman's Avenue gates for the first time since 2005 ( Photo by Kevin Scott / P
First Minister backs Orangemen in battle over Whiterock parade decision
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Workman's Avenue gates for the first time since 2005 ( Photo by Kevin Scott / Presseye)The parade make its way through the Invest NI site The Annual Whiterock parade takes place in Belfast where a determination has ruled it will not pass through... Read more
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The Source Weekly
This is Not A Game...of Thrones.statement is to confirm that Northern Ireland Screen’s production funding comes
This is Not A Game...of Thrones.
The Source Weekly / Posted 2 days ago
statement is to confirm that Northern Ireland Screen’s production funding comes from the Northern Ireland Executive through Invest NI and does not use monies provided from European funded programmes.” Now that we have that out of the way and are... Read more
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Herald.ie
'Business as usual' for Game of Thrones filming in the North despite resultabout the effects of leaving the EU," they said. "Our production funding comes
'Business as usual' for Game of Thrones filming in the North despite result
Herald.ie / Posted 2 days ago
about the effects of leaving the EU," they said. "Our production funding comes from the Northern Ireland Executive through Invest NI and does not use monies provided from European funded programmes," they added. "We look forward to business as... Read more
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metro
No, Game Of Thrones won't be affected by Brexit...statement is to confirm that Northern Ireland Screen’s production funding comes
No, Game Of Thrones won't be affected by Brexit...
metro / Posted 2 days ago
statement is to confirm that Northern Ireland Screen’s production funding comes from the Northern Ireland Executive through Invest NI and does not use monies provided from European funded programmes,’ the company said on their website. ‘We look... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Brexit: Northern Ireland business confidence could be 'shattered' as UK votes to exit EUemployed in key roles and do not want the disruption of losing valued staff.”
Brexit: Northern Ireland business confidence could be 'shattered' as UK votes to exit EU
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
employed in key roles and do not want the disruption of losing valued staff.” Alastair Hamilton, chief executive of Invest NI, said: "All of the factors which have made Northern Ireland a good place to start and grow a business, including... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Orange Order 'disgusted' at Parades Commission decision to bar Whiterock parade from Workman Avenue gatespart of the parade may cross the peace lines through the Workman Avenue gates,
Orange Order 'disgusted' at Parades Commission decision to bar Whiterock parade from Workman Avenue gates
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
part of the parade may cross the peace lines through the Workman Avenue gates, but should instead proceed in full via the Invest Ni site to the Springfield Road. "Conditions about paramilitary trappings have also been imposed. "In reaching its... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
EU vote: Brexit just plain nuts for Northern Ireland, warns US venture capitalistMinister Martin McGuinness with Shaun Kelly, head of KPMG International, and Al
EU vote: Brexit just plain nuts for Northern Ireland, warns US venture capitalist
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Minister Martin McGuinness with Shaun Kelly, head of KPMG International, and Alastair Hamilton (right), chief executive of Invest NIAmerican business consultant Frank Costello A leading American business consultant says Northern Ireland's efforts... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Chicken waste plant could power 4,000 homes in Northern IrelandNeagh was refused planning permission in 2012 and in 2014. The total cost of t
Chicken waste plant could power 4,000 homes in Northern Ireland
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Neagh was refused planning permission in 2012 and in 2014. The total cost of the Tully Quarry project is £23.3m, of which Invest NI is providing a repayable £7.4m loan, and £1.3m equity under the Sustainable Utilisation of Poultry Litter... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Whiterock parade in Belfast has been banned from passing through Workman Avenue gatespart of the parade may cross the peace lines through the Workman Avenue gates,
Whiterock parade in Belfast has been banned from passing through Workman Avenue gates
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
part of the parade may cross the peace lines through the Workman Avenue gates, but should instead proceed in full via the Invest Ni site to the Springfield Road. "Conditions about paramilitary trappings have also been imposed. "In reaching its... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Decline in number of FDI projects with Invest NI backing Question: UUP leader Mike Nesbitt The number of foreign investment projects
Decline in number of FDI projects with Invest NI backing
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Question: UUP leader Mike Nesbitt The number of foreign investment projects supported by Invest NI has fallen by more than a third in the last year, it can be revealed. Invest NI has said... Read more
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Farming Life
Allister challenges milk processorssector a knock-on enhancement in the price paid to the producers. q To ask the
Allister challenges milk processors
Farming Life / Posted 7 days ago
sector a knock-on enhancement in the price paid to the producers. q To ask the Agriculture minister if she will support Invest NI attaching social clauses to grants to the milk processing sector which would necessitate demonstrable increase in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
US advertising tech firm SpotX creating 20 new jobs with Belfast office Bill Montgomery, Invest NI, with Steve Swoboda, SpotX. Pic Michael Cooper A
US advertising tech firm SpotX creating 20 new jobs with Belfast office
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Bill Montgomery, Invest NI, with Steve Swoboda, SpotX. Pic Michael Cooper A US advertising technology firm is creating a new development centre in Belfast along with 20... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Property developer Paddy Kearney seeks planning approval for Belfast office developmenton Chichester Street, which will include 70,000 sq ft of office space and 10,00
Property developer Paddy Kearney seeks planning approval for Belfast office development
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
on Chichester Street, which will include 70,000 sq ft of office space and 10,000 sq ft of retail. Last year a report from Invest NI warned Northern Ireland could lose out on foreign direct investment due to a lack of prime office space. It had... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full listto Young People in Tynemouth. (North Shields, Tyne and Wear) Kevin Martin McCa
Queen's birthday honours 2016: The full list
Daily Mirror / Posted 16 days ago
to Young People in Tynemouth. (North Shields, Tyne and Wear) Kevin Martin McCann. Director, Research and Development, Invest NI. For services to Economic Development in Northern Ireland. (Newtownabbey, Antrim) Mrs Roberta Ann McClelland.... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Number of jobs promoted by Invest NI plunges 60% Economy Minister Simon Hamilton said the figures in its end of year results w
Number of jobs promoted by Invest NI plunges 60%
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Economy Minister Simon Hamilton said the figures in its end of year results were a “positive out-turn” and that the numbers were ahead of the agency’s 4,000 jobs target Invest NI promoted 5,550 new... Read more
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The Irish Times
InvestNI targets up to 6,000 new jobs for North by next yearInvest NI, the North’s regional business development agency, has been set ambit
InvestNI targets up to 6,000 new jobs for North by next year
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
Invest NI, the North’s regional business development agency, has been set ambitious new targets which include the creation of 4,000 to 6,000 jobs in 2016-2017 by the Northern Ireland Executive, the Economy Minister has announced. The agency... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Co Down firm Finnebrogue unveil £25m facility to 'aid firm's phenomenal growth'based at Downpatrick, invited First Minister Arlene Foster to unveil the new op
Co Down firm Finnebrogue unveil £25m facility to 'aid firm's phenomenal growth'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 20 days ago
based at Downpatrick, invited First Minister Arlene Foster to unveil the new operation. It's benefited from funding from Invest NI in recent years to support job creation and marketing, as well as a capital grant towards the new... Read more
23d
Farming Life
First Minister attends opening of Finnebrogue Artisan food processing facilitysales outside Northern Ireland. By continually innovating and developing premiu
First Minister attends opening of Finnebrogue Artisan food processing facility
Farming Life / Posted 23 days ago
sales outside Northern Ireland. By continually innovating and developing premium products, Finnebrogue, with the support of Invest NI, has been able to respond to new market trends and opportunities across the UK. “Finnebrogue is a real success... Read more
23d
Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster drums up support for firm hitting right beat with the Green and White armyand White army To mark the presentation of the drums, First Minister Arlene Fo
Arlene Foster drums up support for firm hitting right beat with the Green and White army
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
and White army To mark the presentation of the drums, First Minister Arlene Foster and Oonagh Hinds (Executive Director of Invest NI), joined Andante at Belfast International Airport to greet fans on their way to FranceTo mark the presentation of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Under fire Invest NI helps software firm create 18 new jobs in Belfast Focus: Geoff Hornsby of iManage US software engineering firm iManage has cre
Under fire Invest NI helps software firm create 18 new jobs in Belfast
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Focus: Geoff Hornsby of iManage US software engineering firm iManage has created nearly 20 jobs at a new software centre in Belfast, with the help of funding from Invest... Read more
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Farming Life
Potato promotion campaign enters its second yearresponded positively to our call and contributed about £17k from growers and pa
Potato promotion campaign enters its second year
Farming Life / Posted 29 days ago
responded positively to our call and contributed about £17k from growers and packers plus a further £8.6k from DARD/Invest NI through the NI Regional Food Programme was secured. This industry funding was invested wisely for the sector... Read more

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