Randox

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Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency  has instructed Randox to recall all Randox test kits from NHS test and trace testing settings. Photograph: Getty

Up to 750,000 unused coronavirus testing kits manufactured by diagnostics company Randox have been recalled from care homes and individuals due to con(...)

Randox founder and managing director Peter FitzGerald. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Randox, the Antrim diagnostics company, is to invest £30 million in a new Covid-19 testing lab in a move that will lead to the creation of 200 new job(...)

Randox is currently working with the UK government to develop a new Covid-19 testing programme which will be offered to all NHS staff.

Randox, the Northern Ireland diagnostics company which has developed a rapid test to identify Covid-19, has confirmed it is no longer selling its coro(...)

A  medical worker at a drive-through  clinic to check for coronavirus infections in Seoul, South Korea. Photograph: EPA

How many people have been tested? By Monday, March 2nd, 397 people had been tested. By the following Monday (March 9th) a total of 1,784 people (...)

An Aer Lingus regional plane parked at Donegal airport. Photograph: Bryan O’ Brien/The Irish Times

A prominently located ad in Donegal Airport’s departures area poses a serious question: “Do you really need to leave?” Medical device maker Randox, i(...)

Managing director of Randox Laboratories Dr Peter Fitzgerald. Photograph:   Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Randox, the Antrim-headquartered healthcare diagnostics group, had a record turnover last year of £100 million (€114 million). But the group, founded (...)

Tourism is still a massive resource for Donegal, with unspoilt beaches, Mount Errigal (above), Glenveagh National Park, Tory Island  and the marketing success of the Wild Atlantic Way. Photograph:  Getty Images

While the 2016 Census results saw most counties experience some level of population growth over the last five years, three counties experienced a decl(...)

Bombadier vice-president  Michael Ryan: wrote to the  workforce to say he believed it was better for the Canadian aerospace group if the UK remained part of the EU

Northern Ireland’s two biggest private sector employers have said they are focused on growing their businesses following the UK vote to leave the Euro(...)

Minister of State for Diaspora Joe McHugh: ‘It is important that I as Minister work closely with the companies that are seeing gaps relating to skills or education, and be a bit more targeted, use the global Irish network that we have, rather than putting out a call, or putting a minister on a plane on St Patrick’s Day.’ Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill / The Irish Times

Joe McHugh was recently appointed Minister of State for Diaspora and Overseas Development Aid, the second junior minister to hold specific responsibil(...)

Randox’s  telecoms infrastructure upgrade will involve laying down 12 kilometres of fibre-optic cable, stretching from Nutts Corner to the Lough Neagh shoreline. Photograph: Andrew Matthews/PA Wire

Randox, the global biotechnology company, has invested £400,000 in a project to upgrade the telecoms infrastructure near its County Antrim headquarter(...)

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