agendaNi

All Posts from agendaNi

RHI laid bare

An estimated overspend of up to £700 million; a bombshell BBC interview and the subsequent collapse of the Stormont Executive has made the ‘cash-for-ash’ controversy one of the most damaging scandals to...

Conor Murphy on the economy

In recent months, Sinn Féin’s Conor Murphy has been outspoken in his criticisms of the draft Industrial Strategy and has suggested that economic stagnation is “the legacy of DUP failures in government”....

Road to success

Phoenix Natural Gas celebrates completion of major milestone in East Down network extension project. For the past two decades, Phoenix Natural Gas has built up a base of some 210,000 customers in...

SoS: Understanding Northern Ireland

Over recent years, Secretaries of State have rarely been recognised for their understanding of Northern Ireland’s complex political fabric. However, Karen Bradley has seemingly taken that lack of understanding to unprecedented new...

GCSE Grades in Northern Ireland

GCSE grading in Northern Ireland is changing. Some of these changes have already taken place and further changes will be made for the 2019 examinations. What are the changes and what will...

Consultation on geographic indications scheme

Amidst Brexit, the British Government has opened a UK-wide consultation on a replacement geographical indication (GI) schemes (which would bring the existing GI regulations into UK law), ensuring that they are in...

Danske Bank leading in corporate responsibility

Danske Bank recently achieved the Business in the Community CORE Standard for Responsible Business, Northern Ireland’s only corporate responsibility accreditation. Communications Manager Alison Falls outlines why being a responsible business is so...

Social Media Belfast 2018

Social Media Belfast recently took place in the iconic Titanic Belfast. With an exciting line up of speakers including Petra Wolsey from The Beannchor Group, Tara O’Rourke from Coca Cola HBC Ireland,...