Yvette Shapiro, Belfast Telegraph

Yvette Shapiro

Belfast Telegraph

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Past articles by Yvette:

History won't be rewritten on my watch, but people guilty of Troubles crimes must face justice: James Brokenshire

The Secretary of State has insisted that he will not be party to the rewriting of the past in Northern Ireland. → Read More

Menarys is back on track after it posts pre-tax profits of over £160k

The family-owned retail chain Menarys has moved back into profit after several loss-making years that resulted in store closures and debt restructuring. → Read More

Firm that rose from ashes of failed Mivan given £500k funding

The new company formed after Antrim joinery business Mivan collapsed with the loss of almost 250 jobs has received almost £500,000 funding from Invest NI to help recruit staff. → Read More

Buyers rush to snap up new homes in Northern Ireland as housebuilding market heats up

Building work is under way on thousands of new homes on sites across Northern Ireland - including a 700-house development in Belfast - as prices edge upwards. → Read More

US software company BDNA Corporation creating 17 Belfast jobs

A Californian software company has said its decision to open a European base in Belfast was a "no-brainer". → Read More

Divided Stormont Executive will hit Northern Ireland in Brexit talks: Report

The Stormont Executive is "manifestly unprepared" for Brexit, according to a group of leading political experts from Queen's University. → Read More

Bubbacue boss raps rising cost of city centre rents

One of Belfast's most successful restaurant entrepreneurs has said the city is starting to "price itself out" with soaring rents and high rates. → Read More

Boojum boss raps rising cost of city centre rents

One of Belfast's most successful restaurant entrepreneurs has said the city is starting to "price itself out" with soaring rents and high rates. → Read More

Co Down entrepreneur's ice cream 'boutiques' going down a treat on the high street

Co Down couple Michael Nugent and Caitriona Doherty are whipping up sweet success with their second "ice cream boutique". → Read More

Gold rush as Northern Ireland investors take a shine to the precious metal as safe haven

Gold coins are becoming hard to find as Northern Ireland investors rush to put their money into a "safe haven". → Read More

Business leaders urging Stormont to work with community over plans for Brexit

Business leaders have called on the First and Deputy First Ministers to have "meaningful and structural engagement" with the community as they draw up a plan to deal with the → Read More

Belfast city centre enjoying retail revival as raft of stores open doors

Belfast city centre's shopping scene is undergoing a major revival that will see a raft of new stores opening before Christmas, one leading retail expert has said. → Read More

Belfast insurance software firm sold to US buyer

The Belfast-based company, Relay Software, has been bought by a leading American insurance technology firm. → Read More

Brexit: Theresa Villiers summons business leaders to talks on impact of EU Referendum result

The pro-Brexit Secretary of State has summoned Northern Ireland's business leaders to a meeting to discuss last week's vote to leave the EU. → Read More

Confidence in Northern Ireland commercial property slumps as Brexit vote uncertainty takes hold

The Brexit vote has hit confidence in the Northern Ireland commercial property sector with some investors jittery about the implications of the EU referendum result. → Read More

Eddie Izzard and DUP's Sammy Wilson lock horns in EU debate and it's all tears, fears and cheers

Sammy Wilson is renowned for his joke-filled speeches at the DUP's annual conference. → Read More

EU poll: Politicians hold little sway with public

Two-thirds of people in Northern Ireland are set to vote in next month's EU referendum - a significant increase in turnout on recent elections. → Read More

EU Referendum: Northern Ireland says no to Brexit

Northern Ireland voters are overwhelmingly in favour of the UK remaining in the European Union, but Protestants are far more divided than Catholics on the issue. → Read More

How a trip to NASA led to an out of this world career for Armagh-born Sinead O'Sullivan

Sinead O'Sullivan was destined for a career in space technology. As a student at Southern Regional College in Armagh she won a competition to attend NASA's space school in the United St → Read More

Livestream: Watch big EU Debate in Belfast as politicians lock horns over Brexit

Two of the leading campaigners for the UK to leave the European Union will today join forces to lobby fishermen and farmers ahead of a major debate in Belfast tonight. → Read More