CNN - Andrew Stevens looks at the shipyards where the Titanic was born, and now are being transformed into a tourist destination and a commercial hub.
Belfast Live - The Titanic Hotel Belfast was crowned 'Northern Ireland's Leading Hotel 2019' at the World Travel Awards in Portugal.
The World Travel Awards, now in their 26th year, honour excellence within the hotel industry and the standard of service the hotel has demonstrated to visitors throughout the year.
The awards are considered the most prestigious travel and tourism event of the year, bringing together many leading industry figureheads and VIPs from across all continents.
Irish Independent - Harcourt Developments' Cúil Dúin scheme in Citywest is a five-minute walk from the Saggart Luas stop that Harcourt part-funded during the Celtic Tiger - it was among a number of developers to finance a 4.2km-extension of the Tallaght Luas line to the Citywest Business Campus.
Harcourt really had to bide its time before the investment paid off: the extension didn't open until 2011. But the Luas extension finally bore fruit in 2016, when the first phase of 45 houses at its Cúil Dúin development sold out within a matter of weeks, thanks to demand from first-time buyers.
Belfast Telegraph - Winter has been coming for seven seasons of fantasy epic Game Of Thrones - and with the final season due to start in the early hours of Sunday, it will finally arrive.
Rarely has a series gripped imaginations across the world, and the success has brought tens of thousands of tourists to Northern Ireland, where much of the show has been filmed.
From today fans can immerse themselves in the world of Westeros with Game Of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition running at the Titanic Exhibition Centre until September.
Bellingham Herald - The Port of Bellingham and Harcourt have completed several projects on the 137 acres of waterfront property. The team are now gearing up for a variety of projects for the waterfront district, including some construction work that could get going in the second half of the year. Here’s an update on what’s happening on the former Georgia-Pacific site.
Irish Times - A prime commercial development site in the heart of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter, next to the award-winning visitor attraction, Titanic Belfast, has gone on the market.
The latest site for sale – Plater’s Yard – occupies a waterfront location, and is positioned within an area that has already received outline planning permission and full planning permission for two hotels, 152 apartments, 12 commercial units and a 382-space underground car park.