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OX Belfast goes to London

23 March 2017

Tourism Ireland joins forces with Condé Nast Traveller magazine to bring London foodies a ‘feast from Northern Ireland’

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Promoting the Tourism Industry in NI through the Tax System

20 March 2017

The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee has called on the Government to investigate if powers over VAT, likely to be repatriated to the UK upon leaving the EU, can be used to boost the tourism sector in Northern Ireland. 

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Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards Introduce New Categories

14 March 2017

YEAR eleven of the Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards will break fresh new ground with the introduction of TWO new categories.

And other elements of the initiative have been revised and revitalised as the political and economic landscape enters a fascinating period of change.

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PSNI and Holylands Off-Sales Agree Voluntary Closure on St Patricks Day

14 March 2017

Commenting on the agreement by local Off-sales and the PSNI, Colin Neill, CEO Hospitality Ulster said:

 "I can understand both sides of this debate. I have sympathy with residents of the Holylands, who have been subjected to unacceptable behaviour on St Patrick’s Day, year after year. However, I also have sympathy for the local Off-sales and commend them for voluntarily agreeing to close"

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Register For Alcohol Wholesaler Registration Scheme

08 March 2017

Commenting on the agreement by local Off-sales and the PSNI, Colin Neill, CEO Hospitality Ulster said:

 "I can understand both sides of this debate. I have sympathy with residents of the Holylands, who have been subjected to unacceptable behaviour on St Patrick’s Day, year after year. However, I also have sympathy for the local Off-sales and commend them for voluntarily agreeing to close"

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28 Business Orgs and Chambers of Commerce Support Targeted Rate Relief

21 February 2017

Commenting on the agreement by local Off-sales and the PSNI, Colin Neill, CEO Hospitality Ulster said:

 "I can understand both sides of this debate. I have sympathy with residents of the Holylands, who have been subjected to unacceptable behaviour on St Patrick’s Day, year after year. However, I also have sympathy for the local Off-sales and commend them for voluntarily agreeing to close"

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