Business owners in east Belfast have said they are concerned about the potential impact of new bus lanes on their trade.Read the full story ›
If you fancy the idea of mixing retail with heritage, then you should head for Belfast's Victoria Square over the next few weeks, where that's exactly what will be happening.
National Museums Northern Ireland is hosting an exhibition with a difference at the shopping complex.
Michelle Napier has been finding out more.
A new industry report tracking rent rates has found costs rising in Northern Ireland at a time when prices are falling in much of the UK.Read the full story ›
Plans have been unveiled for Belfast's first build-to-rent property scheme in the city centre.Read the full story ›
CastleCourt shopping centre in Belfast has been bought by developers for £125 million.
Co Down investment group Wirefox purchased the city centre complex from Hermes Investment Management in one of the biggest commercial property deals in Northern Ireland.
Wirefox, based in Holywood, said it plans significant capital expenditure in the 365,000 sq ft centre.
The company is headed by BJ Eastwood, the grandson of well-known bookmaker Barney Eastwood.
Ben Turtle, from Savills, who will manage the property said, "Despite the shock of Brexit and ongoing political uncertainty, the retail sector in Northern Ireland continues to perform strongly, with positive retailer performances and robust letting activity.
"With consumer confidence at its highest level since the third quarter of 2015, and the economy expected to grow at a faster rate than previously predicted, we expect Wirefox to reap the benefits of this high-profile acquisition."
New ultra-secure plastic £5 and £10 notes are to be introduced by Ulster Bank in 2019.Read the full story ›
Over 30 businesses have announced an investment of over £22million and almost 300 jobs in manufacturing.Read the full story ›
There are 300 fewer people claiming unemployment related benefits in Northern Ireland.
There were 31,200 claimants in May 2017, according to the latest labour market figures.
The latest Northern Ireland unemployment rate of 5.4% for February - April is down slightly from the previous quarter.
The rate is above the UK average of 4.6% but below the European Union rate (8.0%) and Republic of Ireland (6.4%) rate for March 2017.
The Department for the Economy says the latest statistics reflect a continuation of recent trends in terms of steady or falling unemployment, growth in private sector jobs and increasing output.
However the falling unemployment rate has also been accompanied by a fall in the employment rate and an increase in economic inactivity.
The head of Belfast International Airport is anticipating a record year with strong passenger growth and new routes being introduced.Read the full story ›
The Hastings Hotel group, which operates six hotels here is to spend £53m creating Northern Ireland's biggest hotel.Read the full story ›