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A new all-in-one service station which has officially opened outside Ballymena has created 16 jobs.Read the full story ›
A new café, bar and art gallery on Belfast’s Dublin Road has officially opened, creating 32 jobs as part of a £1m investment.Read the full story ›
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A company that designs, makes and installs doors and windows for commercial and custodial markets is creating 27 jobs in Lisburn.Read the full story ›
Twin sisters from Claudy in County Londonderry who are living with sight loss because of a rare form of albinism are calling on local employers to give disabled people a chance.
Judith and Chloe MacCombe, who are aged 21, believe that they've been unfairly overlooked when applying for jobs.
The girls say they never let their eyesight hold them back from doing things, but they have struggled to find work since graduating from university.
“We’ve been looking for jobs, but a lot of employers see that you have a disability,” Judith said.
“I’ve had a couple of employers come back and say that, because I have a visual impairment, they don’t want to continue my application.
“I would like to see that change so that employers see what you can do.
“We’ve proved through school and getting our degrees we’re more than capable of doing what normal-sighted people can do.”
Judith and Chloe have enlisted the help of Fixers, the group which aims to give young people a voice, in order to get their message across.
Two women working at Avoca’s Arthur Street Café in Belfast have won an equal pay claim taken against their employer.Read the full story ›
November's jobs figures show 500 fewer people claiming unemployment benefits than the previous month.
The total now stands at 33,600.
While the Northern Ireland rate of 5.7% is above the UK average, the past year has seen a 5,600 reduction in the claimant count here
The NISRA (Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency) figures showed the output of both the services and production sectors declined, 0.5% and 1.8% respectively.
Antrim’s out-of-town retail outlet Junction One is to undergo a major revamp, after the group which owns it announced plans to invest £30m.Read the full story ›