Monthly Archives: March 2017

A Wry Eye – Remember the good old days

AHH the good old days, when all we had to worry about was the RHI scandal and who was getting a few quid to heat their shed. The good...

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A Wry Eye – Uncertain times ahead

THE talks aimed at setting up a new Executive have featured a lot of familiar issues, including equality, legacy and respect. Meanwhile, beyond the insular confines of negotiations, life...

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Major alcohol and employment conference coming to Derry~Londonderry

Derry~Londonderry will play host to a major alcohol and employment conference on 30 March. The event will focus on new research from the Drink Wise, Age Well programme, which...

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A Wry Eye – There are talks

WITH a certain sense of inevitability, we are facing yet another set of crisis talks to save Stormont. We haven’t yet reached the stage of having talks about talks,...

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Budget 2017: the Northern Ireland perspective

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond MP, delivered his Spring Budget to the House of Commons on 8 March 2017. The Budget included a number of announcements that...

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Live blog: Budget 2017

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A Wry Eye – The sky hasn’t fallen in (yet)

HAVING checked each day since the Assembly election results came in, we can confirm that the sky is still above us, the sun is still rising, and the ground...

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2017 NI Assembly Election – The Verdict

Jack Gibson, Account Executive  On Thursday Northern Ireland went to the polls, in numbers not seen since 1998. And on Friday, the result was an Assembly of a radically...

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Alcohol, Employment and over-50s in Northern Ireland

Will Chambré, Managing Director    Northern Ireland boasts, among other things, a rapidly ageing population. People are living longer and having fewer children. In the decade 2004-2014, the 65+...

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