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Volunteer and ‘Be a Saint’ for the day

EMPLOYERS from across the north are being urged by Business in the Community to release their employees for the annual 'Be a Saint Day' on Friday March 16 to help a range of charities through volunteering.

How can we skill up to cope with automation?

Gary McDonald Business Editor
DESPITE more than 420,000 jobs in Northern Ireland, ranging from typists to bankers, at risk of being replaced by technology in the next 10 years, automation also provides significant opportunities to "reskill and reconfigure" the workforce.

'Fresh ruling' possible on new Belfast-Derry express bus service

Gary McDonald Business Editor
A NEW express bus service between Belfast and Derry in direct competition to Translink - and in turn linking the north west directly with Glasgow - has moved a step closer after an apparent climbdown by the Department of Infrastructure.

UK food and farming industry outlines Brexit goals

Gareth McKeown
THIRTY-seven organisations representing the UK’s food and farming industry, including the Ulster Farmers’ Union, have set out what a successful Brexit means to them in a joint statement.

Auchan customers to taste luxury granola from Co Down

LUXURY breakfast granola producer Just Live a Little in Portaferry has won business with Auchan in France, which is the 11th largest food group in the world, with a significant presence in 15 countries and employing more than 300,000 people.

A month to forget?

Cathy Dixon
IN 2016 we witnessed a terrible start to the year; the worst ever.

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