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Good Friday Agreement signatories address Co-operation Ireland event

Good Friday Agreement signatories address Co-operation Ireland event

Tony Blair, Bertie Ahern and George Mitchell were the guests of honour at a special Co-operation Ireland event organised by the charity’s chairman Christopher Moran to mark the 20th anniversary of the signing of The Agreement. Hosted by Pat Doherty at Titanic Hotel Belfast on Tuesday, April 10, the event brought together business leaders and supporters of the peace building charity.

Laois Shopping Centre Manager scoops huge industry accolade in London

Laois Shopping Centre Manager scoops huge industry accolade in London

Leinster Express - Laois Shopping Centre Manager Kevin Doyle has come runner up in the Manager of the Year at the Sceptre Awards 2017.

Mr Doyle was nominated and shortlisted for the award which he was presented with in Dorchester in London on Tuesday, June 20.

“I am thrilled, it is a great honour to be recognised I have never witnessed my parents as proud, my wife Brenda and son Brian are proud of me too,” Mr Doyle said.

The Sceptre Awards recognise best practice and the best people in the shopping centre industry.

Emotional meeting with Star Wars hero Luke Skywalker

Emotional meeting with Star Wars hero Luke Skywalker

Belfast Telegraph - 'Mark Hamill was everything I ever imagined him to be and then some' as actor is reduced to tears during meeting with teen.

Ireland's second biggest bondholder has Rolling Stones play private show

Ireland's second biggest bondholder has Rolling Stones play private show

Billionaire Edouard Carmignac is one of France's richest men, and his €50bn company, Carmignac Gestion, is now the second-largest holder of Irish bonds after Michael Hasenstab at Franklin Templeton.

The Rolling Stones played a private gig for his top clients recently and he plays polo where he hangs out with Prince Harry and Harcourt Developments' Pat Doherty...

The luck of the Irish... Pat Doherty

The luck of the Irish... Pat Doherty

BBeyond Magazine - Pat Doherty, the man who built Harcourt Developments, is not a high profile tycoon. The unprepossessing Irishman is all about substance rather than style - his younger peers in the property developments business have much to learn from him.

He rarely, if ever, gives interviews because he doesn’t need to...