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RHI Inquiry: Arlene Foster's appearance brought forward
Former enterprise minister Arlene Foster will be called to give evidence to the Renewable Heat Incentive inquiry earlier than expected.
BBC - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon James Brokenshire: Northern Ireland Secretary resigns
Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire has resigned from government, the Northern Ireland Office has confirmed.
BBC - Posted 08/01/2018

Sixty Icon Stormont crisis blocks £19m charity cash
Nearly £20m made available for charitable causes in Northern Ireland cannot be distributed due to a lack of a funding mechanism, BBC News NI has learned.
BBC - Posted 08/01/2018

Restore Stormont to tackle health crisis, says SDLP leader
Northern Ireland's health care "crisis" has prompted the SDLP to call for the immediate resumption of talks to restore power-sharing at Stormont.
BBC - Posted 05/01/2018

Emergency Departments under 'severe pressure'
Northern Ireland's health trusts are under severe pressure as an unprecedented number of people have been seeking treatment at emergency departments.
BBC - Posted 04/01/2018

Brokenshire pushes for talks to get Stormont back in business
Secretary of State James Brokenshire will engage with local political parties in coming weeks in an attempt to relaunch the talks process, the Northern Ireland Office said last night.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 04/01/2018

NHS crisis: Overworked Northern Ireland nurses in tears and patients with no hope of being seen
More than a hundred people waiting for treatment, nurses reduced to tears, a doctor so frustrated he tells patients to go home before they are seen.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Short stay service in Northern Ireland offering elderly alternative to hospital
A new short stay service in Moy is offering older patients the chance to regain independence from illness or injury in a residential setting, avoiding the need for a hospital stay.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 04/01/2018

Sixty Icon Storm Eleanor rips roof off Harland and Wolff factory building in Northern Ireland - 1000 homes still without power
More than 20,000 homes were left without electricity at the peak of a power cut last night as 90mph gusts battered Northern Ireland.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 04/01/2018

Funding still a challenge but things have improved
The commercial landscape remains challenging as funding is not readily available, but the Best commercial team has felt a positive improvement in the market, evidenced by the rise in transactions during 2017, which have more than doubled.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 03/01/2018

Politicians in Northern Ireland hold key to unlocking growth in commercial property, claims latest report
Northern Ireland's ability to expand and attract fresh investment is dependent on a resolution to the ongoing political impasse, a new report has warned.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 03/01/2018

'Significant failures' found in Belfast Health Trust's care of dying patient
Belfast Health Trust has apologised and paid out £6,000 for "significant failures" in its care for a dying patient.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 03/01/2018

Someone needs to come up with budget options for 2018
The Stormont budget for 2018-19 is heading for a deficit of £200m to £300m just to meet the needs of current services.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 03/01/2018

Direct rule from Westminster should be imposed within weeks if Northern Ireland crisis cannot be solved, says DUP
Stalemate at Stormont will be a New Year headache for Theresa May – with DUP and Sinn Fein as far apart as ever.
The Independent - Posted 03/01/2018

DUP and Sinn Fein restate preference for powersharing but sticking points remain
Sinn Fein and the DUP have expressed a desire to restore powersharing in Northern Ireland but neither has signalled a softening of position in the Stormont standoff.
Herald Scotland (register) - Posted 03/01/2018

Sixty Icon Solid year for Northern Ireland property investment market with £325m worth of transactions
Following a 50% drop in transactions between 2015 and 2016, Northern Ireland’s property investment market rebounded in 2017 with £325m worth of deals – a 25% increase on the previous year.
Savills - Posted 02/01/2018

PDF: Northern Ireland Investment Snapshot
The global economy continues to perform strongly with the IMF pencilling in GDP growth of 3.6% in 2017 and 3.7% in 2018. Inevitably this is having an influence on monetary policy.
Savills - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon £600k guest house bill for 1,400 placements homeless people in Northern Ireland
The Housing Executive spent over £600,000 in three years lodging homeless people in specialist accommodation such as hotels and guest houses.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 02/01/2018

Sixty Icon Northern Ireland councils have missed out on £75m rates since 2014
Rates worth £75m have slipped through the fingers of the agency responsible for collecting them in Northern Ireland over the last three years, new figures show.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 02/01/2018

400 GPs needed for 'struggling' out-of-hours service in Northern Ireland
Another 400 doctors are needed to address a shortfall in out-of-hours provision in Northern Ireland, it has been warned.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 01/01/2018

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