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Aerial view of Giant's Park
A world-class Environmental Resource Park is to be established at Giant’s Park to attract local, national and international investors and create a substantial number of new jobs for Belfast.+ more
26 May 2015
fun
Pupils of the ‘Teenage Kicks ‘dance programme almost lifted the roof of the Ulster Hall as they celebrated at the 2015 finale.+ more
22 May 2015
cityhall
Belfast City Council has confirmed a report into health and safety issues at the Robinson Centre has highlighted that extensive work would be required to deal with significant levels of asbestos and legionella present in the building to make it safe for use. Further extensive improvement works would also be required to bring the building up to a satisfactory operating standard. The cost of refurbishing the centre is estimated at a conservative £5 million.+ more
22 May 2015
recycling boxes
Belfast has had the greatest improvement in its carbon index compared to other councils in Northern Ireland, according to the spring Recycling Carbon Index report.+ more
20 May 2015
Councillor Deirdre Hargey and Paul McCormack from Belfast Met launch the Super Connected Cities Business Growth masterclasses for businesses
Businesses can still attend a number of free masterclasses taking place in the city to help them get ‘super connected’ and grow their business.+ more
20 May 2015
court gavel
26 May 2015
Belfast City Council has welcomed a landmark legal ruling – the first of its kind in the UK – in which three people were sentenced for the sale and distribution of so-called ‘legal highs’.
Aerial view of Giant's Park
26 May 2015
A world-class Environmental Resource Park is to be established at Giant’s Park to attract local, national and international investors and create a substantial number of new jobs for Belfast.
fun
22 May 2015
Pupils of the ‘Teenage Kicks ‘dance programme almost lifted the roof of the Ulster Hall as they celebrated at the 2015 finale.
cityhall
22 May 2015
Belfast City Council has confirmed a report into health and safety issues at the Robinson Centre has highlighted that extensive work would be required to deal with significant levels of asbestos and legionella present in the building to make it safe for use. Further extensive improvement works would also be required to bring the building up to a satisfactory operating standard. The cost of refurbishing the centre is estimated at a conservative £5 million.

Lord Mayor Arder Carson launches the Nine Nights spectacle
21 May 2015
The traditional 'Nine Nights' tale is to be performed in a spectacular outdoor production in Belfast in October.
Clarendon House
20 May 2015
Belfast City Council has agreed to purchase the Clarendon House site on Adelaide Street and develop a new 100,000 sq ft office building in a £24.7m deal with McAleer & Rushe.
Sir John Tusa at Belfast City Hall.
20 May 2015
More than 150 people gathered for the first meeting of Belfast City Council’s newly-established Culture Forum at the City Hall earlier this week.
recycling boxes
20 May 2015
Belfast has had the greatest improvement in its carbon index compared to other councils in Northern Ireland, according to the spring Recycling Carbon Index report.

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