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Mick Fealty

Having made his mark as a professional researcher, Slugger O’Toole editor Mick Fealty turned his attention to the fledgling new media world of blogging in 2002 and has not looked back since....

Dealing with the leftovers

Recycling and waste management company SITA UK has had a presence in Northern Ireland for 10 years, having acquired the United Waste and Wilson Waste companies, and is seeking to expand as...

Getting the message out

It’s all change for Arlene Foster after making the journey from the Department of Environment to take her role as Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister. Owen McQuade caught up with her to...

Paul Flowers

Paul Flowers edits the County Down Spectator, the main read in North Down and one of Northern Ireland’s largest weekly newspapers. Here, he talks about the challenge of getting a paper out...

Learning together in Ballymena

Peter Cheney talks to Ballymena Academy headmaster Ronnie Hassard about how schools are working in the County Antrim town to tackle sectarianism and deliver the new curriculum. As roll numbers fall and...

From policing to peace-building

Peace is much more than the signing of an agreement. Owen McQuade talks to Co-operation Ireland’s incoming Chief Executive Peter Sheridan to discuss what needs to be done to build a lasting...

Partner in government

Cable&Wireless is one of the world’s leading international communications companies. It has been operating in Ireland for over 40 years and has a long-standing operation in Northern Ireland. Owen McQuade caught up...