Monthly Archives: December 2008
THE average UK family is only £7 a week worse off compared to November last year, an improvement of £4 from its lowest point in September, according to Asda’s monthly tracker.
Sainsbury’s celebrated the launch of their new wine coding system today with a special tasting event in the city centre. Continue reading
LITTLE did British film director Bill Clark know that when his wife encouraged him to read a children’s book it would become a project that would take over his life for more than a decade. Continue reading
BELFAST Zoo has enlisted the help of eight Northern Ireland celebrities including Zoe Salmon, Colin Murray and Gerry Anderson to promote their new website by impersonating the animals. Continue reading
A NEW global marketing survey has predicted a struggling and challenging year for the industry in 2009. Continue reading
PLANS have been unveiled to celebrate Chinese New Year 2009 in Belfast.
FOLLOWING the announcement from the Department of Health on new tobacco control measures in England and Wales, the Ulster Cancer Foundation has called on Health Minister Michael McGimpsey to restrict the availability of tobacco to young people in Northern Ireland. Continue reading