Margaret Canning, Belfast Telegraph

Margaret Canning

Belfast Telegraph

United Kingdom

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Recent articles by Margaret:

Northern Ireland businesses to find out new rates valuations

Over 74,000 businesses, from shops to restaurants and law firms, will find out their new rates valuations today. → Read More

George Best Hotel to 'open in April' as more investors seek repayment

The company behind the George Best Hotel in Belfast has said the much-delayed venue is due to open in April, as the number of investors in the property calling for repayment mounts up. → Read More

Revealed: Northern Ireland's 10 most viewed properties of 2019

From sea views to swimming pools, and generous gardens to woodland - Northern Ireland people know what makes a dream home. → Read More

New MPs told to protect NI from potential Brexit damage

Northern Ireland's new MPs have been urged to "stand up for Northern Ireland" and focus on mitigating the potential effects of the Brexit withdrawal agreement. → Read More

Listed Belfast building to get £4.5m revamp despite opposition

The £4.5m redevelopment of a listed building in Belfast will go ahead - despite it being recommended for refusal by planning officers. → Read More

Fall in new car sales reflects low consumer confidence in NI: economist

A 3% fall in the number of new cars sold in Northern Ireland during November is the latest indicator of falling consumer confidence here, it's been claimed. → Read More

Fear that homes next to Barry's could affect its future

New homes next to Barry's in Portrush have been tipped for planning approval despite fears of the impact on the up-for-sale amusement park, it has emerged. → Read More

Family behind Ireland's biggest ferris wheel eyes Barry's deal

Irish amusement park operator Curry's believes it is "the perfect fit" to take over Barry's of Portrush after it went on the market last week. → Read More

End of an era as family puts up a ‘for sale’ sign on Barry’s Amusements after 93 years

The entrepreneur behind one of Northern Ireland's biggest leisure businesses has emerged as the frontrunner to buy Barry's Amusements. → Read More

Wrightbus hiring 200 staff as rebuilding drive kicks into action

The new owner of Wrightbus has confirmed it is hiring 200 staff but admitted it would not reach former workforce numbers in the near future. → Read More

Musgrave to buy Belfast-based Drinks Inc in multi-million pound agreement

Northern Ireland drinks firm Drinks Inc is to be sold to Irish wholesale and retail giant Musgrave in a multi-million pound deal, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal. → Read More

Brexit blamed for job cuts at Northern Ireland trailer firm SDC

Top Northern Ireland manufacturer SDC Trailers, which has 650 staff here, has announced it’s making redundancies as it blamed Brexit uncertainty for a fall in orders. → Read More

Novosco chief one of the big winners at the first Belfast Telegraph IT Awards celebration

The head of homegrown IT firm Novosco, which has now been sold to a multinational business, has been named IT Professional of the year in the first Belfast Telegraph IT Awards. → Read More

New car sales plummet in 'gloomiest year on record' for NI industry

New car sales in Northern Ireland plummeted by nearly 17% last month, according to a report. → Read More

Ulster Farmers' Union calls for more clarity over 'bureaucratic' deal

The Ulster Farmers' Union has branded Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal "complex and bureaucratic". → Read More

Brexit: ‘Devil in the detail’ as Northern Ireland business chiefs give deal a wary welcome

Former DUP Finance Minister Simon Hamilton gave the Brexit deal a cautious welcome yesterday as ex-party colleagues rejected it on the basis of customs, consent and VAT provisions. → Read More

Cineworld and Hollywood Bowl to open in £17m Odyssey redevelopment

UK cinema giant Cineworld and the bowling alley operator Hollywood Bowl are to open in Belfast’s The Odyssey as work gets started on a £17m redevelopment. → Read More

Watch: Flight footage of new air taxi from Northern Ireland man's firm

The Northern Ireland man behind energy company OVO has unveiled flight footage of his new air taxi model as well as announcing the takeover of a Formula 1 engineering firm. → Read More

Margaret Canning: Remarkable turn of events in Wrightbus deal after war of words

In what seems like a remarkable turn of events, Jo Bamford has agreed terms on a deal in principle with the Wright family for the sale of their land and the factory. → Read More

Wrightbus owner is urged to agree land deal as D-Day dawns for anxious workers

Wrightbus shareholder Jeff Wright was urged to offer hope to its ex-workers by accepting a deal for the land the company is based on with time due to run out for a rescue deal this morn → Read More