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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...

Framing the future for digital skills

As demand for digital skills continue to grow, employers want people who are digital creators, particularly people who can make things using digital technology. This is the basis of CCEA’s Digital Framework....

The heavy-lifting of healthcare transformation

Radical transformation of healthcare will go some way to restoring public confidence damaged by recent scandals, writes David Whelan. While the need for transformation has long been recognised by the public in...

Looking beyond Brexit

David Carson, Partner, Public Policy and Brexit Lead at Deloitte, explores the key planning considerations for Northern Ireland businesses as they approach the cut-off date of 29 March 2019. It feels like...

PSNI oversight ‘limited’

The appointment of PSNI Deputy Chief Constable Drew Harris as the new Garda Commissioner means that two thirds of the PSNI’s senior management team are temporary officers. The PSNI has been acting...