THE commercial property sector within Belfast has remained resilient over the past number of years, in spite of the many challenges the Northern Irish economy has thrown its way not least the ongoing confusion surrounding Brexit 2018 closed its doors on a successful 12 months, and from what we know already, 2019 is looking promising.
CHINESE New Year is fast approaching on February 5, when the Chinese community all over the world will celebrate by lighting fireworks, giving red envelopes of money to children and enjoying celebratory meals to usher in the Year of the Pig.
THE last year proved challenging after a surge in the number of retailers collapsing into administration, closing stores or cutting rents using the CVA (company voluntary arrangement) insolvency procedure.
WHAT is it about football and the Premier League that attracts so many colourful and influential characters? The civic passion it evokes across the UK, Ireland and internationally as well as the financial clout required to influence it, are two undoubted factors.
SO it's goodbye to that strange period between Christmas and New Year, when it appears everyone becomes a little larger around the waist and slightly disoriented about exactly what day of the week it is.
THE increasing availability of content-rich websites, online streaming services such as Netflix and cloud-based applications means people and businesses increasingly expect reliable, resilient and stable broadband connections.