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Wolf Inns announces £500,000 investment in Romas, Newtownards

Romas £500,000 refurbishment

One of North Down’s most famous bar and bistros, Romas in Newtownards, is to undergo a £500,000 refurbishment. The investment by Wolf Inns, one of Northern Ireland’s leading pub operating groups, will further enhance the warm hospitality that Romas has offered patrons from Newtownards and beyond for many decades. The complete refitting of the Regent…

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6 minute average security processing at Belfast City Airport

A new security search system and equipment at George Best Belfast City Airport has slashed average passenger processing time to only 6 minutes. The £1.5 million investment has seen the complete refurbishment of the security search area, with the introduction of new security lanes which can process up to six passengers at a time. New…

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Significant investment signals growth of Sliderobes Group

Significant investment signals rebirth for Sliderobes Group

The flagship Belfast showroom of leading furniture supplier, Sliderobes, has opened following a full refurbishment after significant investment by its owners. The company, which designs, manufactures and installs bespoke furniture and storage solutions, was acquired in 2016 by businessmen Mervyn McCall and Paul Rothwell who have outlined their plans to grow the business with additional…

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Studio Souk offshoot, Born and Bred, lands in Belfast City Airport

Born and Bred, the brainchild of Belfast entrepreneur Linzi Rooney, is to open a retail store in the departures lounge as part of the ongoing £15 million refurbishment in the airport. The Born and Bred store will offer passengers Belfast themed gifts and souvenirs, quirky homeware and modern textiles designed by Northern Ireland artists.

As part of the £15 million refurbishment of the departures area, George Best Belfast City Airport has announced its first new retailer, local lifestyle and gift store Born and Bred. Born and Bred is the brainchild of Northern Ireland native Linzi Rooney, best known for her enterprise Studio Souk, based on Ann Street in Belfast.…

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