Margaret Canning, Belfast Telegraph

Margaret Canning

Belfast Telegraph

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Recent articles by Margaret:

Bombardier: fire at factory will have minimal impact on deliveries

Aerospace giant Bombardier has said a fire in its east Belfast factory will have "minimal" impact on customer deliveries. → Read More

My husband has been grand since losing seat as MP, says Diane Dodds

Former DUP North Belfast MP Nigel Dodds is now working on internal party matters, his wife has said. → Read More

Margaret Canning: Book a holiday abroad if you must... but be prepared to enter quarantine

After months of lockdown, most of us have tired of home schooling, home working and home cooking. For many, a holiday in the sun is just what's needed. → Read More

Wish you were there? Margaret Canning looks at the popular places you’ll soon be able to visit from Belfast International

As lockdown measures ease across the world, our business editor looks at what destinations could be possible for the Northern Ireland public. → Read More

First floating hotel for Northern Ireland planned with 36 cabins on 70-metre Norwegian vessel

Northern Ireland could soon have its first floating hotel after a businessman announced ambitious plans for a three-star venue on the River Bann. → Read More

771 coronavirus safety at work complaints received by watchdog in Northern Ireland

NORTHERN Ireland’s workplace health and safety watchdog has received 771 complaints from workers during the Covid-19 pandemic, the Economy Minister has said. → Read More

70,000 jobless in Northern Ireland and figure to worsen as coronavirus furloughing ends

Around 70,000 people in Northern Ireland are now likely to be unemployed as an "alarming" jump in joblessness heralds an unwelcome new trend, an economist has said. → Read More

How can you ensure social distancing on a packed bus?

Translink has faced many problems in recent years - and maintaining social distancing on its buses and trains at peak times when passenger demand increases will be yet another. → Read More

Ex-teacher from Co Tyrone Dominic Gates wins Pulitzer Prize

A Co Tyrone man living in the US who came to journalism as a second career has won a prestigious Pulitzer Prize for reporting. → Read More

Coronavirus: Northern Ireland business leaders call for cross-border cooperation on reopening economy

Business leaders in cross-border areas have suggested the reopening of the economy in Northern Ireland could be coordinated with the Republic's plan. → Read More

Wrightbus boss in push for £500m funding to create 1,500 more Northern Ireland jobs

The owner of manufacturer Wrightbus has said he hopes to bring another 1,500 jobs to Ballymena as he pushes for a Government subsidy to fund the building of more than 3,000 buses in the town. → Read More

Coronavirus: Council staff prepare 10,000 food deliveries

Council workers are preparing 10,000 food boxes to be delivered to the most vulnerable in society throughout Northern Ireland during the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Meet the people helping to keep Northern Ireland running during coronavirus emergency

While many of us are now working at home, others in essential services continue to go out to do their jobs. Donna Deeney, Margaret Canning and Emma Deighan find out how they’re coping. → Read More

Coronavirus: Ulster Carpets defends its social distancing measures

Northern Ireland manufacturer Ulster Carpets has defended its measures to enforce social distancing at work after it was accused of risking the health of staff. → Read More

Moy Park workers walk out over coronavirus safety fears at plant

UP to 1,000 workers at poultry giant Moy Park, Northern Ireland’s biggest employer, have walked out with a trade union claiming that bosses have rejected health and safety proposals. → Read More

Moy Park says 100 workers staged 15 minute walkout over coronavirus safety fears at plant

Moy Park has said 100 staff staged a walk out at one of its plants and they returned to work after 15 minutes. → Read More

Coronavirus: Banks and building societies may offer ill customers payment breaks

Ulster Bank has announced it will help customers who lose money because of the coronavirus outbreak. → Read More

Goods made in China are running low in Northern Ireland shops due to coronavirus

Supplies of Chinese-made consumer goods, such as curtains and sofas, are expected to run low in shops here due to factory shutdowns triggered by coronavirus. → Read More

Coca-Cola's £9.3m investment in Lisburn factory welcomed

Soft drinks firm Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company (HBC) has invested £9.3m in its Lisburn factory. → Read More

Belfast City Council gives green light to £77m redesign of BBC's Broadcasting House

BBC Northern Ireland has been given the go-ahead for a £77m transformation of Belfast's Broadcasting House. → Read More