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Retailers in Northern Ireland enjoy nearly 13% rise in footfall

High street stores and shopping centres in the Northern Ireland enjoyed their highest footfall levels in the month of April since 2012, just released fresh data showed.

According to the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium/Springboard Footfall data, Northern Ireland's retailers enjoyed an impressive year-on-year increase of 12.8 per cent in the number of people passing through stores in April.

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Ladbrokes reports nearly 13% decline in Q1 revenues

Betting services group Ladbrokes Ireland suffered a decline of around 13 per cent in first quarter revenues as it made big payouts to punters who bet and won on soccer bids during the quarter.

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Doctors Look for Fresh Union Audit After Pay Package of €10m

The Irish Medical Organisation's (IMO) governing council is proposing to secure the vote of the members to see whether they want to move ahead with the intended investigation about how the organisation has been running over the recent years.

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NAMA Units Yet to be Handed Over to Local Authorities

Out of 5,000 estimated units that were deemed suitable for social housing by NAMA only 518 have been handed over till now to the local authorities. It is reported that around 90, 000 applicants have been listed by the council.

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Starlite Aviation Adds Four Helicopters in $100m deal

Ireland based Starlite Aviation has signed a deal worth $100m with Airbus Helicopters for four new aircraft which will be delivered over two to three years.

Deutsche Bank is financing the acquisitions which are a part of the expansion and fleet renewal plan of Starlite.

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