Margaret Canning, Belfast Telegraph

Margaret Canning

Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by Margaret:

£1.25bn Navy deal for five frigates seen as 'a lifeline' for shipyard

Harland & Wolff has been thrown a lifeline after a £1.25bn deal for Royal Navy vessels went to an aerospace and defence giant which had linked itself to the Belfast shipyard. → Read More

Plans for expansion as law firm Mills Selig marks its 60th anniversary

Corporate law firm Mills Selig, which has worked with plcs First Derivatives and DCC Energy, has said it plans to hire more staff as it marks 60 years in business. → Read More

Energia signs £34m greener electricity deal with NI Water

NI Water has awarded a £34m electricity contract to energy giant Energia in one of the biggest deals entered into by the Government-owned company. → Read More

'Light at end of the tunnel' for shipyard as agreed lay-offs go on

Administrators for Harland & Wolff have extended the temporary unpaid lay-off of workers in what a trade union said was a "light at the end of the tunnel" for the stricken shipyard. → Read More

Bans for Northern Ireland restaurant owners who failed to account for £651,890

Two restaurateurs in Co Down have received boardroom bans for a combined 16 years for under-declaring sales and failing to account for cash. → Read More

Northern Ireland employment hits highest rate on record

Employment in Northern Ireland has hit 72.2%, the highest on record, latest figures show. → Read More

Coach tours driving up Northern Ireland tourism market and providing boost to businesses from shops to garden centres

The coach tour business is booming in Northern Ireland, providing businesses like garden centres with a major cash boost. And it is not just big-spending international visitors indulgin → Read More

Ex-H&W boss calls on Government to intervene and save renowned business

Former Harland & Wolff boss Sir John Parker - one of the UK's most respected businessmen - has called for the Government to step in and save the shipyard after it went into administrati → Read More

Administrators officially appointed to Harland and Wolff

Administrators have now been appointed to historic shipyard Harland and Wolff after a court hearing as the insolvency process gets underway. → Read More

Shipyard will ‘consider offers’ as workers plead for council intervention

Harland & Wolff has said it is still considering offers to take over the stricken shipyard which faces 48 hours until insolvency if a deal is not finalised. → Read More

Brian Conlon: Hundreds say farewell to unassuming man behind a world-beating business

Mourners at the funeral of prominent businessman Brian Conlon heard yesterday that his achievements managed to fill the whole world. → Read More

I'm ready to do deal for Harland & Wolff says US investor Flacks

The boss of a global company has said he wants to take over Harland & Wolff and secure the jobs of its 130-strong workforce, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal. → Read More

Applause as hundreds pay respects at funeral for First Derivatives chief Brian Conlon

The funeral of Brian Conlon, one of Northern Ireland’s most successful businessmen, has been held in Newry. → Read More

Prepare for no deal Brexit, say retail chiefs as exit from the EU nears

Business leaders in Northern Ireland today warn that firms should be prepared for a no-deal Brexit with just 100 days to go until the October 31 deadline. → Read More

Translink's financial crisis could put brakes on Northern Ireland services

Public transport in Northern Ireland is close to crisis point as cash levels run dangerously low at provider Translink, a government department has warned. → Read More

£1,200-a-week Erne holiday home lands coveted four-star rating

A luxury holiday home in Co Fermanagh, with its own private jetty for your speedboat and a price tag of £1,200 for a week's stay, has been awarded four stars by Tourism NI. → Read More

Anonymous buyer snaps up ex-famine hospital in Northern Ireland for £51k

A former hospital in Co Fermanagh where starving people died during the potato famine has been sold at auction for £51,000. → Read More

How NI teen entrepreneur's business spirit was crushed in battle with drinks giant Coca-Cola

A teen entrepreneur from Dromore in Co Down has been prevented from selling her alcohol-free drink after a legal battle with Coca-Cola. → Read More

Employers 'face bills running into of tens of millions' after judgement on PSNI holiday pay

Northern Ireland employers from MOT centres to private companies could face bills of tens of millions of pounds for underpaying workers after a landmark legal decision on holiday wages. → Read More

Ambitious £50m waterfront plan for Northern Ireland town

The long-awaited £50m revamp of Bangor's Queen's Parade will include a "world-class" public realm on a site currently occupied by a car park, it's been claimed. → Read More