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Business Community Government Kilkeel South Down Stormont

McGrath: Closure of Kilkeel Danske Bank Will Impact Local Community!

SDLP South Down MLA Colin McGrath has said the closure of the Danske Bank branch in Kilkeel will have a negative impact on the local community. Mr McGrath said many people in the coastal town relied on the branch for banking and other services and would be lost without it.  He will be contacting the […]

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Business Government Newry Newry Chamber Politics Stormont

Newry Chamber Calls on All Politicians to Return to Stormont!

Newry Chamber, which represents over 300 businesses across the Greater Newry Area, has called on political parties to return to Stormont to create a functioning government. Julie Gibbons, President of Newry Chamber said: “We have been consistent in our message with all NI political parties, GB and EU government officials and a range of stakeholders […]

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Check Out Flag Yoga Newry

By Ann Marie McVeigh Flag yoga is a unique small space custom built at our property on Flagstaff Road (hence the name). We operate weekly hot yoga classes. Ranging from my personal favourite of a Vinyasa flow to a yin class which is a fabulous restorative form of yoga. Future plans involve exclusive teen and […]

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Banbridge Business Community Government Upper Bann Westminster

M & S Food Hall Opens at The Boulevard

Speaking during a visit to the new M & S Food Hall at The Boulevard, Banbridge, DUP MP Carla Lockhart has said the opening of the new state of the art store will provide a huge economic boost to the Banbridge area, as well as much needed new jobs being provided for the local community. […]

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Business Newry

Newry BID Reflects on Year One Delivery

In April 2021 Newry BID (Business Improvement District) commenced its second five-year term. A revote in March 2021 saw a 90% majority of member businesses revote to have the service retained. Newry BID was delighted to take on the new mandate to support the continuous improvement of Newry city centre. As part of its campaign […]

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Dáil Éireann Government Infrastructure Louth

Commuter Tax-Saver Journey Ticket Needed – Ó Murchú

The issue of a commuter tax-saver journey ticket for those who are hybrid working was raised again with the National Transport Authority (NTA) last week by Deputy Ruairí Ó Murchú. The Dundalk TD was speaking as the head of the NTA, Anne Graham, appeared before the Oireachtas Transport Committee. A committee member, Deputy Ó Murchú […]

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Business Community Newry Newry Chamber

FPM Announces Merger with Global Services Group AAB

Newry based FPM have announced a merger with Anderson Anderson & Brown (AAB) to fast-track ambitious growth plans and create a significant regional presence across the UK and Ireland. FPM, which last year celebrated its 30th anniversary, has current revenues of around £10m and a team of 120 staff in Belfast, Newry, Dungannon, Mallusk and […]

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Newry Omniplex Looking for Part Time General Staff

Newry cinema is now recruiting for staff. If you fancy a part time position in a busy , energetic environment see details below. *Due to Cinema Licensing Laws candidates must be 18 years of age or over. Please send CV to Newry@omniplex.ie This multi functional role includes all duties at the Box office, Concessions and Floor. […]

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Business Community Newry

Santander Makes Changes to Branch Opening Hours

From 18 July, Santander will be making changes to its branch opening hours and providing increased telephone support for customers in response to long-term trends in customer behaviour.  The changes to branch opening hours will mean:•    Branches1 will be changing their weekday (Monday – Friday) opening hours from 09:30–16:30 hours to 09:30–15:00 hours;•    Between 15:00 and […]

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Business Community Dáil Éireann Government Louth

Ó Murchú Highlights Issue of Tax Registration for Workers in the North

The issue of tax registration for workers in the North who want to work for Southern firms remotely or in a hybrid capacity has been raised with the Taoiseach in Leinster House. The matter, which was highlighted by Deputy Ruairí Ó Murchú earlier this week, was brought to the Taoiseach’s attention on Tuesday by the […]