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  • 14

    Mar
    2019
    Northern Ireland’s ‘bread and butter’ businesses can help power the local economy on the world stage says HM Homegrown
    New campaign celebrates Top 50 local SMEs and calls for more  Government support for traditional NI industries Government support for clusters of traditional Northern Ireland industries is needed to power the local economy on the world stage says HM Homegrown, a new campaign for local SMEs which launched today.   HM Homegrown celebrated the success of Northern Ireland’s small businesses, which make up over 99% of the local business sector, by recognising the Top 50 ‘bre...

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  • 14

    Mar
    2019
    Employers’ Guidance on Recruiting People with Conflict-related Convictions
    The Review Panel: Employers’ Guidance on Recruiting People with Conflict-related Convictions   invites you to an Outreach Event to:         Promote the Employers’ Guidance on Recruiting People with Conflict-related Convictions         Hear of citizenship issues affecting those with conflict-related convictions and their families         Learn of the future work programme o...

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  • 8

    Mar
    2019
    EU Settlement Scheme: Information Event
    The Home Office’s EU Settlement Scheme will be fully open for applications at the end of March 2019. The Scheme will enable EEA citizens resident in the UK, and their non-EEA family members, to obtain the immigration status that they need to continue living in the UK after 31 December 2020. Go to gov.uk/eu-settled-status for more information The Executive Office has arranged for the Home Office to provide a series of information sessions on the Scheme for EU Citizens resident in NI, Volu...

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  • 6

    Mar
    2019
    Launch of RHANI
    The Renewable Heat Association Northern Ireland is the body representing the Renewable Heat Industry (owners, trade bodies, suppliers, installers, users) in Northern Ireland. The Renewable Heat Industry is a strong, credible and crucially important part of our energy and economy mix. The issues surrounding the Renewable Heat Incentive, recently and widely receiving much exposure in the media, have created the need for a single body speaking with one voice, to represent the interests of those wh...

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  • 6

    Mar
    2019
    HMRC info on EU Exit
    Please see information below on HMRC’s letter to UK traders that trade outside the EU. Also included is information outlining how you can help your members and clients prepare for EU Exit.Letter to Rest of World tradersAttached is a letter we have published on GOV.UK<https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/letters-on-no-deal-brexit-advice-for-businesses-trading-with-the-eu-andor-the-rest-of-the-world>.  We have sent it to 135,000 UK traders that currently trade outside of the...

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  • 1

    Mar
    2019
    MAC Stakeholders
    The MAC have noticed a gap in the responses for NI in the areas of STEM and manufacturing and so have opened up their online form to receive any further submissions in these occupational groups/sectors.The link to the form is here: https://www.homeofficesurveys.homeoffice.gov.uk/s/SOL2018/Once you have put your email address in you receive a password (check spam folders) and enter details.This form will only be open until close of business on Thursday 7th March so you have a week to respond...

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  • 28

    Feb
    2019
    Brexit Briefing with Invest NI & Mineral Products Association
    Invest NI in association with the Mineral Products Association and Manufacturing NI are hosting a breakfast briefing covering People Movement and Immigration and Transport & Logistics. Tullyglass Hotel, Ballymena 08:00am 07 March 2019 Two expert speakers will present the key issues in these areas and take part in a Q&A. Transport and logistics covering an assessment of Brexit-related risks, analysis of current routes and alternative options. Impact of ...

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  • 28

    Feb
    2019
    2019 Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards Launch
    FORMER investment banker turner job-creator Darragh McCarthy says there is a "hugely competitive war for new talent" - and that attracting, retaining and developing the best people is imperative for the success and growth of any business. The chief executive and founder of financial services group FinTrU - which will soon grow its payroll in Belfast and Derry to 800 people - was speaking at the formal launch the 13th running of the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, which take place ...

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  • 28

    Feb
    2019
    Practicalities rather than Politics
    This originally appeared as comment from Manufacturing NI Chief Executive Stephen Kelly as part of Insider's Top 100 NI Manufacturers   Stephen Kelly, chief executive of Manufacturing NI, explains what’s been happening behind the scenes as businesses prepare for a ‘deal or no deal’ Brexit and how this will affect the manufacturing sector in Northern Ireland. “Overall, the cumulative impact from a ‘no deal’ scenario is expected to be more severe in Nort...

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  • 22

    Feb
    2019
    Challenge to County Tyrone gold mine plan rejected
    Originally from the BBC website: A judge has rejected a challenge to proposals to build a controversial gold mine in the Sperrin Mountains. Canadian firm Dalradian has applied for permission to develop the mine near Greencastle in County Tyrone. But the development was opposed by some residents, who challenged aspects of the planning process in the courts. The Department for Infrastructure has welcomed Friday's judicial review judgement. Residents from Greencastle, Rouskey and Gortin had ...

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