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New councillors must deliver for town centres

Glyn Roberts
WITH all the votes counted and councillors taking their seats, the north's 11 local councils have a much work ahead of them to deliver for their villages, towns and cities.

Do consumers connect with cause?

Eileen Curry
CAUSE-related marketing – the cooperative efforts of a for-profit business and a non-profit organisation - certainly isn’t new.

The unifying effect of the Belfast Marathon

Paul McErlean
SOMETIMES in life you get hit with news which, depending on your reaction, helps to define the type of person you are and/or the organisation you are part of.

The future’s bright, the future’s BREEAM

Ciaran O'Kane
SUSTAINABILITY is a word that appears front and centre in all discussions on the built environment, whether it’s energy sources, recycling, or buildings that are leading the conversation.

'Depreciation' and company vehicles

Maurece Hutchinson
WHEN your company vehicle is off the road after an accident that wasn’t your driver’s fault, it can be easy in the rush to get repairs organised and a vehicle back on the road, to overlook a loss that affects private motorists and company or commercial vehicles alike.

Our gender diversity journey has just begun

Roseann Kelly
I HAVE been beating my drum for years now about gender diversity and there is still a long way to go to get true and meaningful change that will have a tangible impact for the Northern Ireland economy.