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Metal cables and  the Samson crane at the Harland and Wolff shipyard in Belfast.  It is  remarkable that the business, which once employed more than 30,000 people but has not built a ship since 2003, survived this long.  Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Harland & Wolff (H&W) going into administration is being billed as a symbol of the end of the super-employer era in Northern Ireland. It is a(...)

Northern Ireland has seen an upsurge in visitors on the back of the success of the Game of Thrones - this stained glass installation at Belfast City Hall was set up to mark the success.

From a £12 million investment in a new manufacturing facility by Terex Corporation, one of the North’s longest-established US inward investors, to amb(...)

Traders at the  New York Stock Exchange  on Monday. The benchmark US Treasury yield rose after matching a one-month low on Friday. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Crude oil futures hit a six-month high yesterday as output disruptions were expected to eat into a long-standing glut in the market, while higher com(...)

New regulations to make it safer for people cutting down trees have been recommened by an inquest jury in Cork.

New regulations to make it safer for people cutting down trees have been recommened by an inquest jury in Cork. It follows the death of a father of (...)

Kingspan was one of the day’s better performers, climbing 1.25 per cent to €23.01

Car makers, miners and luxury goods manufacturers led a near across-the-board fall in European shares triggered by China’s decision to devalue its cur(...)

Northern Ireland enterprise minister Arlene Foster, pictured with  chief executive of Invest NI Alastair Hamilton  and president of Terex Materials Processing Kieran Hegarty, said the announcement was a ‘boost for Northern Ireland’s vibrant materials-handling sector’.

A US manufacturing company has announced the creation of 260 new jobs for Co Tyrone. Terex, which makes equipment for the construction, quarrying and (...)