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One million visitors recorded at Giant’s Causeway

THE Giant’s Causeway, the north’s first Unesco World Heritage site, is celebrating one million visitors since the start of the year, the only visitor attraction in Northern Ireland to reach such a milestone.

Record 97% of CAP payments made by DAERA

THE Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has announced that a record 97 per cent of farmers in the north have received a full or balance CAP payment in December 2017.

The year that was 2017

Cathy Dixon
WITH Christmas approaching swiftly we are suddenly near the end of another year.

Co Derry woman behind Eat Naked NI unveils expansion plans

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POSITIVE changes made to her own eating habits have lead Co Derry caterer and cross-fit enthusiast, Caoimhe O'Kane, down a new business track, selling nutritionally balanced meals to health-conscious clients across Ireland.

The growth of India's economy

Jonathan Sloan
Changes are afoot in India, changes that will likely raise the sustainable growth rate for the Indian economy.

The robots are coming - but humans still have upper hand

Trevor Bingham
AS artificial intelligence (AI) becomes more sophisticated and its ability to perform human tasks accelerates with the advances in machine learning, we’re just beginning to realise what part we as humans will still have to play, in the future.

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