“These strange few months have led to something akin to a public awakening to the value of the arts, this, coupled with Westminster’s package, has created a real opportunity now in Northern Ireland for a resurgence of an arts sector that is more confident and able. Let’s not waste that.”
Leadership and legacy.
It’s the final day of a whirlwind month for NI politics.
Many will be off to the hairdressers and barbers today and this weekend for a well–earned tidy up…
One for me and one for the barkeep.
The old clichés of six or seven years ago still ring loud, ‘it’s not the panacea but it’s a game changer’.
Riots on the street as politicians call for calm.
“Our dedicated Guinness Quality teams are on the road, calling to our licensed partners, undertaking a series of rigorous checks with the utmost care, guaranteeing that people all over Ireland can enjoy a fresh, beautiful pint of Guinness when restaurants and pubs reopen.” – Stephen Kilcullen, Guinness Global Head of Quality at Diageo
Ulster University’s latest Quarterly House Price Index report, produced in partnership with the Northern Ireland Housing Executive and Progressive Building Society.