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Fermanagh diners have been wowed this week by the fantastic range of events happening in local eateries and attractions as part of the county’s first Restaurant Week. The initiativ...
Steeped in history, heritage, folklore, fauna and culture, the shores of Lough Neagh – the largest freshwater lake in the United Kingdom – provide the backdrop for a unique set of ...
Up to £100,000 on offer in SBRI funding scheme for technology-tourism solutions
While the notions of heritage and tradition evoke a sense of belonging, value and pride they also bring a heavy responsibility for those entrusted with their rich legacies. Such a ...
Tourism NI Chief Executive John McGrillen tells Alyson Magee of the organisation’s plans for Year of Food and Drink 2016 and why industry should embrace the initiative.
Derry~Londonderry’s newest craft beer which is literally steeped in the history of the city dating back 300 years, is being launched on the banks of the Foyle this weekend as part ...
Whiskey or ‘uisce beatha’, literally ‘the water of life’, is being held true to its original name with a rebirth on the Ards Peninsula. There the Echlinville Distillery has resurre...
A County Tyrone hotel that has set its sights on cracking open new markets is hoping to do so by cracking open a few cold ones with a brand new event under the Year of Food and Dri...