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Communicating efficiency

Twenty years after establishing his telecommunications business in Larne, Managing Director Britt Megahey attests that flexibility and innovation has ensured that Barclay Communications has been able to successfully evolve and thrive alongside...

Fuelling the future with natural gas

It can be difficult to imagine that just over 20 years ago, the idea of natural gas as a main heating source in Northern Ireland was little more than a pipedream. Fast-forward...

Joint authority: a way forward?

Amid political stasis at Stormont, former SDLP Special Advisor Michael McKernan unpacks the potential benefits of a joint authority direct rule interim solution. In the growing pessimism around the likelihood of the...

Danske: A focus on multi-channel banking

Richard Caldwell, Managing Director of Personal Banking and Small Business at Danske Bank, discusses ambition, growth and challenges one year after taking up his post. Having spent over 20 years in various...

A changing environment

Chief Executive of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA), David Small, outlines the challenges and opportunities for the Agency in times of change. In the absence of an Executive budget and no...

Post-Brexit border options for customs

Robert Murphy, formerly of the Irish Government’s Customs division and ex-TAXUD official at the European Commission and World Customs Organisation writes about the challenges of a customs border being implemented on the...

Verhofstadt: ‘An illogical divide’

In September a group comprising of TDs, Senators, MEPs, MPs and MLAs met at Leinster House, Dublin to receive Guy Verhofstadt MEP, Brexit Co-ordinator for the EU27, as he outlined the position...