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£2.5M airport forecourt to land in 2017

Plans for a £2.5 million forecourt adjacent to Belfast International Airport have been cleared for take-off. Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council unanimously approved the project on July 20. It will create 35 new jobs and support 30 more during construction. The new Airport Road facility is scheduled to open in the spring of next year. Developer, Dunadry-based Moorefield Contracts Ltd, ...

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Maxol announces AWARE as new charity partner

Maxol has announced mental health charity AWARE is to be their new charity partner. The forecourt retailer said the aim of the partnership, which will run until at least the end of 2017, is to promote positive mental health in communities across Northern Ireland. It will support the range and level of important services delivered by AWARE in Northern Ireland ...

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IGD director joins Summit line-up

The director of retail insight at the Institute of Grocery Distribution (IGD), Ben Miller, has joined the world-class line-up of speakers for the Summit 2016 in September. Mr Miller is a leading authority on retail and supply trends, and leads IGD’s retail team. He is responsible for global insight programmes covering retailer performance and strategy, grocery market development, and tracking ...

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Topaz scores top ten in Europe

Ireland’s largest fuel and convenience retailer, Topaz, has been recognised as one of the Best Large Workplaces in Europe for the fourth time. The company joined the prestigious top-ten of the Best Large Workplaces in Europe during a black tie event attended by over 400 people in the RDS in Dublin. It’s the first time Topaz, acquired by the Couche-Tarde ...

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Brexit triggers ‘unwelcome’ instability for Ireland and EU

Irish business group Ibec has described the UK’s vote to leave the EU as a “very significant blow” that will lead to a “protracted and unwelcome” period of uncertainty and instability. The influential group called for the Irish Government, EU institutions and central banks to minimise financial, economic and political instability and ensure Irish interests are safeguarded during exit negotiations. ...

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Maxol Group celebrates launch of Maxol Mulhuddart

Some 50 guests have joined the celebrations as the Maxol Group officially launched its largest service station at Maxol M3 Mulhuddart. Maxol’s company directors, contractors, trade partners and the sites licensees, Donal and Liam Fitzpatrick, were among the guests attending the event. Maxol Mulhuddart is the company’s largest service station in almost 100 years of company history. Since opening recently ...

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