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Dusting down 50-year old plans won't resolve air pollution woes

Brendan Mulgrew
JUST before Christmas a coroner in London made legal history by ruling that air pollution was a cause of the death of a nine-year-old girl, Ella Kissi-Debrah, who died in February 2013 through acute respiratory failure, severe asthma and prolonged exposure to air pollution.

Drama in the market

Cathy Dixon
THE week before last saw a major change in the usual headlines that we read about the stock market.

The complexities of post-Brexit immigration

Patrick Gallen
I ATTENDED a recent webinar organised by the NI Chamber of Commerce and delivered by Conor McCrory, who is an associate director at Cleaver Fulton Rankin specialising in business immigration law.

What are the workplace trends for 2021?

Donal Laverty
FOLLOWING a year of unforeseen and unparalleled change in the world of work, what are the key areas businesses should be focusing on in 2021 when it comes to their employees? Diversity makes good business sense, and the benefits are well evidenced.

Andrew Webb: A high price to pay for being poor

Andrew Webb
MARCUS Rashford’s work challenging the government over food vouchers during school closures is just one of a series of recent issues that continually challenge my thinking around our economic priorities, and our seeming inability to really tackle deprivation and poverty.

Talent is key to sustainability and growth

Marc Jennings
THE landscape for commerce and industry has changed and as business leaders plan for recovery now is the time for new thinking to usher in a more sustainable future.

Get more from home working in 2021

Eric Carson
JUST like most of last year, it’s quite clear that most of us now have with little option but to continue working from home.