Judges for Innovation Awards 2015 (front, from left) Dr Bernadette McGahon, Tim Brundle and Marion Boland, and back row (from left) Niall Campbell, Pat Daly and Frank Roche. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The_Irish_Times

Guilt-free chocolate, a revolutionary new music creation app and a host of disruptive new cost-saving advances in medicine, engineering and tech ar(...)

Wright buses have become an integral part of the public transport infrastructure in many leading cities around the world from London to Hong Kong, Dublin and Las Vegas. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

The Ballymena bus group Wrights plans to invest more than £14 million in five research and development projects and create 130 jobs in Northern Irelan(...)

Wayne Byrne and Eoin Casey of OxyMem, overall winners in The Irish Times InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards. Photograph: Conor McCabe Photography

The historic baroque architecture of Royal Hospital Kilmainham in Dublin played host to 3D presentations and a host of high-tech new innovation(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny presents The Irish Times/InterTradeIreland Innovation Award to Eoin Casey and Wayne Byrne of Oxymem, the overall winners of The Irish Times/InterTradeIreland Innovation Awards held at the RHK, Dublin, last night. Also pictured are InterTradeIreland  chief executive Thomas Hunter McGowan (left) and Liam Kavanagh (right), managing director of The Irish Times. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

UCD spin-out Oxymem is the overall winner of The Irish Times InterTradeIre(...)

North’s Minister for Finance  Simon Hamilton: said there were a number of specific measures in budget 2014 that could also deliver a “positive impact”.

The Northern Ireland Executive will get a £21.2 million spending boost from the UK’s 2014 budget, according to th(...)

Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne. photograph: bloomberg

British chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne will deliver his 2014 budget this Wednesday, making his spring statement to the House of Com(...)

Richard Haass: the American diplomant is chairing the latest multi-party talks in the North.

‘Pints not politics.’ Could that be the simple solution to finding common ground in Northern Ireland when it comes to issues such as flags and parades(...)

Mark Nodder, Wright Group’s managing director, believes the new venture “offers great prospects for the future”.

Ballymena to India is, by anyone’s standards, quite a journey to undertake. But one family firm has never been daunted by distance when it comes to wi(...)

Will Taylor is the last person in the North who will complain about rising temperatures and hot weather.In fact Taylor has been positively basking in (...)

 The Lough Erne resort  selected to host the G8 summit. The summit will deliver an immediate short-term boost to the local economy.

It is the season for end-of-term reports, and Northern Ireland is nowhere near the top of the class when it comes to wooing potential investors, one o(...)