Queen’s University has announced an ambitious investment programme that will see a major boost to the South Belfast area.
Education Minister John O’Dowd paid a special visit to St Oliver Plunkett Primary School to see how pupils are learning through daily use of their new iPads.
Last week’s investment package from Belfast City Council, announced in a fanfare of publicity, gets the thumbs-up from this paper today.
SOUTH Belfast is to “benefit hugely” from Belfast City Council’s new Investment Programme which promises to revamp and create facilities and attractions over the next three years.
News of a reprieve for the Continental service linking Belfast and the US is good news for all the people of this city, not just those who take that transatlantic flight. The news that Twitter has chosen Dublin this week for its European base — the 11th major digital company to locate major operations there — shows that Belfast is still behind the curve when it comes to attracting inward investment.