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Green shoots: Financial Times

Posted on April 26th, 2009 · Posted in Financial Times

Armagh represents Ireland’s history and its future. It is the island’s oldest city, still the ecclesiastical capital and, with important symbolism, the planned headquarters for cross-border institution the North/South Ministerial.. read more

Upward curve: Financial Times

Posted on November 8th, 2008 · Posted in Financial Times

Leicester’s Curve theatre, which opens on November 15, is a striking design from one of the world’s most respected architects, Rafael Viñoly. It is an exciting new cultural development that.. read more

Mea culpa! : Getting my Malin confused with my Fanad: Financial Times

Posted on July 12th, 2008 · Posted in Financial Times

I got it wrong – Fanad Head is the one on the North West Donegal, while the Malin peninsula is another description for Inishowen.  A Financial Times reader put me.. read more

Community and character: Financial Times

Posted on July 4th, 2008 · Posted in Financial Times

Community and character By Paul Gosling Published: July 5 2008 01:07 | Last updated: July 5 2008 01:07 With miles of empty silver beaches, several of the best golf links.. read more

Rapprochement brings rehabilitation

Posted on November 10th, 2006 · Posted in Financial Times

Life in Northern Ireland has been transformed. Five years ago you were likely to face a British ­soldier pointing a rifle when you looked out of a car window into.. read more

Burnt-out councils discover high performance

Posted on August 11th, 2006 · Posted in Financial Times

After decades of municipal neglect and incompetence, many of England’s largest and oldest cities are witnessing a management overhaul that is rapidly improving services.