A multi-million pound expansion by coffee chain Ground Espresso Bars will see over 40 new full and part time jobs created in Northern Ireland by the end of the year.
Three new stores are to open in Victoria Square, Belfast, the Laganbank Retail Park in Lisburn and the old Pump House in Portadown, the latter forming part of a £400,000 regeneration scheme.
The company hope to create further posts as part of a wider expansion with new sites planned for Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland for 2018.
Ground currently employs over 250 staff across 20 stand-alone stores and concessions across the island of Ireland.
The Irish finance minister says the performance of Nama is "a testament to the strength of our economy and the journey we have made".Read the full story ›
The union Unite has said that DUP MPs must use their power at Westminister to put pressure on the Prime Minister to do everything she can to protect jobs at Bombardier.
The union made the call as yet more crippling US import tariffs have been imposed on Bombardier's C Series aircraft, in its trade row with Boeing.
The extra costs could threaten jobs in Belfast.
A ruling by the US Department of Commerce on Friday has quadrupled the cost of the aircraft being brought into America.
It has hit Bombardier with an 80% import tariff.
That's on top of another 220% tariff imposed less than two weeks ago.
Despite appeals from Theresa May to President Trump on the matter, Unite the Union says the Prime Minister isn't doing enough.
UTV's business reporter Vicki Hawthorne reports.
The DUP is supporting a proposal by a Labour MP for a review into the impact of planned changes to women's pensions.Read the full story ›
The Lord Mayor of the City of London is visiting Northern Ireland later this week to strengthen ties ahead of Brexit.Read the full story ›
Prime Minister Theresa May has asked US President Trump to intervene in a trade dispute which could devastate one of NI's biggest employers.Read the full story ›
The number of new houses being built by local firms has increased substantially this year according to industry figures.Read the full story ›
An old village police station has become one of only 12 B&Bs in Northern Ireland to be awarded a five-star rating.Read the full story ›
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 ›