Health and education are the major beneficiaries of £131m in additional money for Northern Ireland. The move was announced by Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire, as part of a reallocation of funds known as a monitoring round. Health is to receive most of the cash - £60m - with education getting £30m. The remainder of the money will be divided between other departments, with civil servants in control of spending after the collapse of Stormont.
Health and education are the major beneficiaries of £131m in additional funds for Northern Ireland. The move was taken by Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire, who announced it in a written statement to the House of Commons. Health is to receive most of the cash - £60m - with education getting £30m. The remainder of the money will be divided between other departments, with civil servants in control of spending after the collapse of Stormont.
A 66m tapestry telling the story of TV series Game of Thrones has been unveiled at a Belfast museum as part of a new tourism campaign. Tourism officials use the HBO show to draw visitors to Northern Ireland, where much of the hit series is filmed. The tapestry was woven and hand-embroidered from material provided by Thomas Ferguson Irish Linen in Banbridge. It is one of the last surviving mills in Northern Ireland.
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Selecting a term
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