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  • Kennedy gears-up for Northern Ireland cycling seminar

    Transport Minister Danny Kennedy will today open the first government cycling seminar ever to be held in Northern Ireland.

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    Image of invite to Northern Ireland  Changing Gear Conference 16 October 2014
  • Getting involved with maths as easy as 1,2,3

    Thousands of schoolchildren will take a new look at maths this week and parents are being encouraged to help. Maths Week Ireland runs from 11-19 October 2014.

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    O'Dowd supports Maths Week Ireland initiative.Pictured (L-R) are Education Minister, John O’Dowd, Eoin Gill (Maths Week Ireland) and Ethan Ferguson (9).
  • £5.5million investment opens footbridge to cyclists: Storey

    A £5.5million investment in Belfast City Centre’s infrastructure will mean important new access for cyclists and the potential for future development of the Queen’s Quay area.

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    Social Development Minister Mervyn Storey MLA announces new Lagan Weir footbridge
  • Foster announces 75-job investment by Boston software company, Rapid7

    The software engineering company is setting up a development centre in Belfast.

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    Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Arlene Foster and Invest NI Chief Executive Alastair Hamilton are pictured with Corey Thomas, President and CEO of Rapid7, after announcing that the Boston software engineering is setting up a development centre in Belfast, creating 75 jobs.
  • Keep fireworks legal and safe - Ford

    Justice Minister David Ford has reminded the public that anyone wishing to use fireworks requires a fireworks licence.

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    Firework safety leaflet
  • Robinson and McGuinness announce 800 jobs in PwC

    PricewaterhouseCoopers, the global financial and professional services firm is expanding through two projects, representing an investment of over £40 million.

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    First Minister Peter Robinson and deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness are pictured with Paul Terrington, PwC Regional Chairman.
  • O'Dowd launches new phase of Education Works

    The new phase of the advertising campaign highlights the value of a good education for teenagers.

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    Education Minister, John O’Dowd, has launched a new phase of the Education Works advertising campaign aimed at the parents of teenagers.

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