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Belfast's Potted Hen restaurant 'will stay open' despite facing winding up order - Belfast Telegraph
0 Comments. Email; Print; Font Size. The Potted Hen. By Claire Weir – 16 April 2014. It will be business as usual at one of Belfast's top restaurants despite a court order to wind up the company that runs it, the Belfast Telegraph understands. Also in ...
Thu, 17 Apr 2014 00:30:29 GMT
Belfast's Obel tower, the tallest building in Ireland, is sold for more than £20m - Belfast Telegraph
"It has taken just over a month for the sale to complete, which highlights the growing popularity of Belfast and Northern Ireland as a location for property investment. "Investment property transactions in Northern Ireland reached £175m last year ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 10:43:19 GMT
Vello Systems makes 15 people redundant in Belfast - BBC News
US software company Vello Systems is understood to have made 15 staff at its Belfast office redundant. The company, which is headquartered in California's Silicon Valley, only officially opened its office in Belfast in February. In a statement, Vello ...
Tue, 15 Apr 2014 10:56:39 GMT
Questions over future of Belfast Festival at Queen's amid cash cuts - Belfast Telegraph
Is there still a need for an international festival in, in this instance, Belfast? "So, there are a lot of areas to be thought through and looked at. Is the current model the best one? Could it be located elsewhere and operate in partnership with ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 15:03:27 GMT
Woman arrested in Belfast over Jean McConville murder - The Guardian
A woman in her late 50s has been arrested in connection with one of the most notorious murders of the Northern Ireland Troubles – the abduction, killing and secret burial of the west Belfast widow Jean McConville. The 57-year-old woman was detained by ...McConville probe police make arrest new Detectives investigating the IRA ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 17:13:16 GMT
Villiers calls for 'proportionate' focus on paramilitaries rather than state - Belfast Newsletter
Dozens of inquests are probing Troubles killings while civil High Court cases are being taken in Belfast by victims alleging state collusion in murder. The PSNI has reopened some criminal investigations, has a dedicated team of detectives to probe old ...
Wed, 16 Apr 2014 07:44:29 GMT