A red double-decker Routemaster bus in London. Photograph: Nicolas Economou/NurPhoto via Getty

The Wrights Group, a Ballymena company that built the London red Routemaster double decker bus, known as the “Boris bus”, has confirmed it is in “adva(...)

Wrightbus has a long-standing business relationship with Transport for London. Photograph: iStock

Wrightbus in Ballymena, Co Antrim has won a multi-million pound contract from Transport for London (TfL) to build 20 pioneering hydrogen double decker(...)

Broadcaster Eamonn Holmes on his OBE: ‘It’s like getting a gold star for your homework.’ File photograph: Ian West/PA Wire

Belfast-born breakfast TV stalwart Eamonn Holmes and Dr William Wright, founder of Antrim-based Wrightbus, are among those named in the British new ye(...)

British  transport secretary Chris Grayling with head of product development for low-emissions buses at Wrightbus, Jim Morrison, during a visit to the  Wrightbus factory in Ballymena. Photograph: Department for Transport/PA Wire

The British government wants to see business as usual in Northern Ireland once the UK leaves the EU, the transport secretary has said. On a visit to(...)

Chris Patten: his report said the RUC should not be disbanded but should be renamed. It proposed a new badge, and that the British union flag should no longer be flown over police buildings

If the Patten Commission was able to reform policing in a bitterly divided society in Northern Ireland – as it did – then there is no reason why simil(...)

The  JTI Gallaher site which has closed down  and is now being sought by local engineering group Wrights. Photograph:    Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

Ballymena bus manufacturer, the Wrights Group, plans to acquire the 100-acre site which was formerly the JTI cigarette factory in its home town. Deta(...)

 Bombardier vice-president and general manager Michael Ryan (left) and Bob Homer, vice president for Europe: Mr Ryan has  sent a memo to the Canadian company’s employees highlighting its position on the Brexit debate. Photograph: Eric Luke

Bombardier Belfast has told its Northern Ireland workforce that the “UK remaining within the European Union is better” for its aerospace business. M(...)