Fermanagh rider Lee Johnston has confirmed to race organisers that he is fit to compete in the MCE Ulster Grand Prix, having sufficiently recovered from injuries sustained in June at the Isle of Man TT.
Seven of Northern Ireland’s most ambitious companies and two outstanding individuals have been honoured at the ninth annual Aer Lingus Viscount Awards in London.
Ballymoney’s William Dunlop is focused on making amends for another difficult season, by ending the international road racing season on a high at the MCE Ulster Grand Prix next month.
After several weeks of speculation, it has been confirmed that Guy Martin will not compete at the MCE Ulster Grand Prix next month.
New Zealand’s Bruce Anstey is to ride a two stroke at Dundrod next month, in what will result in a major shake-up to the lightweight race, organisers of the MCE Ulster Grand Prix have announced.
Kainos Group plc (KNOS), a leading provider of digital services and platforms, is celebrating the first graduation of a student from its ‘Earn as you Learn’ career development initiative.
Cora Nicholl and Ava Canney, 13-year-old pupils from St Mary’s College in Derry, have been named the champions in the 2017 Mount Charles Big School Cook Off in association with the Irish News and Business in the Community.
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