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Party conferences

Media focus at Sinn Féin’s 2018 Ard Fheis was primarily concerned with two key junctures: the first was the party’s debate on abortion and the second was Mary Lou McDonald’s first televised...

Ulster Protestant identities

Unionism has come under renewed scrutiny amid the Tory-DUP confidence and supply arrangement. However, in the face of simplistic interpretations, the nuances and historical legacy of Protestant identities in Northern Ireland are...

The authority to speak

Following the first public lecture organised by An Roinn Ghaeilge agus Léann Cheilteach/the Department of Irish and Celtic Studies in Queen’s University, Bernadette O’Rourke from the Heriot-Watt University writes in agendaNi on...

Political Platform

Órfhlaith Begley is Northern Ireland’s most recently elected MP after winning the West Tyrone by-election with a majority of over 8,000. Begley contested and won the seat vacated by her party colleague...

Skills for tourism

The tourism industry is experiencing a skills gap and as it grows, a sector-wide solution must be found to address the emerging need, writes Ursula Quinn The recent release of the Northern...

A changing Ireland

Sinn Féin Vice President Michelle O’Neill talks to Owen McQuade about Brexit and the changes in Ireland, North and South, that she believes will bring about a united Ireland in her lifetime....

Banking innovation in the public sector

As the world becomes more digitised, Danske Bank is embracing that change and delivering innovative solutions to its public sector clients. agendaNi spoke to Danske Bank’s Public Sector Relationship Manager Bryan Deacon...

Sustaining the flow of economic growth

Sara Venning, CEO of NI Water, discusses the critical role the organisation is playing in helping Northern Ireland meet its ambitions for economic growth. Currently providing 570 million litres of drinking water...

Confidence and supply

A year on from the signing of a confidence and supply agreement which saw 10 DUP MPs back Theresa May’s minority Conservative government, leader of the DUP Parliamentary Party Nigel Dodds speaks...