Category Archives: Issues

Graham Little Q&A

Graham Little worked for the Impartial Reporter and UTV before going freelance in 2006. The Sky Sports presenter who runs his own production company (Century TV Northern Ireland) shares some high points...

Visiting the Oireachtas

Stephen Dineen discovers the easiest way to organise a tour of Leinster House. Northern residents can book tours of the Oireachtas directly, without needing a TD, Senator or embassy. For many people,...

Ulster Teachers’ Union

The Ulster Teachers’ Union (UTU) is the second largest Northern Ireland-based trade union, of which there are four. The largest, by far, is NIPSA with over 46,000 members; the other two have...

Voluntary & community directory

The Building Change Trust Investing in Social Change; working to make today’s challenges tomorrow’s opportunities. The Building Change Trust was established by the Big Lottery Fund with a National Lottery grant of...

Gail McGreevy

This month, agendaNi asks a press officer about their work and interests. Gail McGreevy is Head of Communications for the Probation Board and previously worked for the PSNI, SDLP and Fianna Fáil....

Botanic Primary School

Peter Cheney visits Botanic Primary School to find out how it educates a mix of local and foreign-born children. South Belfast has long been known as a melting pot and today’s mix...

The state of the sector

agendaNi reviews the main trends identified by the Housing Executive’s research. Northern Ireland’s housing stock is modernising, with unfit dwellings at an all-time low, but a fragile economy means few first-time buyers...