Northern Ireland construction workloads have fallen for the first time in four years, according to the latest market survey.Read the full story ›
Companies will be banned from levying “rip-off” surcharges on customers who pay with debit or credit cards from the beginning of next year.Read the full story ›
Belfast broadcaster Stephen Nolan has been named among the BBC’s top earners, and as the highest paid on-air BBC employee in NI.Read the full story ›
A US-based technology company specialising in golf-related services has unveiled its new £1.1m international offices in Belfast.Read the full story ›
A suspected arson attack on a fast food outlet in Banbridge, which left the business gutted, was the second incident in a fortnight.Read the full story ›
A west Belfast glass factory which was destroyed in a fire almost two weeks ago has reopened.Read the full story ›
The number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Northern Ireland fell by 600 last month.
However, the unemployment rate between March and May this year remained unchanged from the previous quarter at 5.3%.
The number of people considered to be economically inactive was also unchanged and the overall NI unemployment rate is still above the UK average.
The figures were released by the Department for the Economy on Wednesday.
A total of 125 new jobs will be created in Northern Ireland as part of a £7m contract to deliver universal credit services.Read the full story ›
Police who went to court to try to have some south Belfast off-licenses closed on the Twelfth say they have reached a voluntary agreement.Read the full story ›
The European Union’s chief negotiator on Brexit has said a frictionless border between the UK and the European Union is not possible.Read the full story ›