Máirtín Ó Muilleoir is the publisher of the Belfast Media Group titles and of the Irish Echo in America.
He has been involved in journalism for over four decades and has penned columns for both that the Andersonstown News and the former daily Irish language newspaper Lá.
He is the author of several books in Irish and English including ‘Ceap Cuddles’ and ‘Belfast’s Dome of Delight’.
He has served in politics for Sinn Féin both in Belfast City Council and in the power-sharing Executive at Stormont.
As co-founder of events company Aisling Events, he has hosted a range of transatlantic conferences including the Big Irish Campfire, the New York-New Belfast Conference and the Belfast International Homecoming.
He is the proud recipient of a Honorary Doctorate from Quinnipiac University in Connecticut, USA.
Veteran republican Feilim Ó hAdhmaill, a life-long friend and comrade of Damien Gibney, has told a memorial gathering at his Riverdale home that the late Sinn Féin councillor’s life was one of unstinting service to the community and to the republican cause.
Belfast Media Group is seeking a professional sales executive to join our team serving clients across the city.
Young entrepreneurs and researchers from across Europe who gathered in the Donegal Gaeltacht last week for the MIT Innovators Under 35 Europe awards have been told their efforts to address humanity's greatest challenges show the importance of collaboration and partnership.
IT was grin-and-bear it time for the majority community in the North of Ireland — and for the majority of Ulster University students — yesterday as President Biden came to Belfast with stern orders not to spook the unionist horses.
Whatever about the confidential nature of his Brexit diary - aren't all diaries secret after all? - Michel Barnier's level-headedness, vast experience and sense of purpose and deep appreciation of the peace process all combined to make his Brexit negotiations with the British a masterclass in diplomacy. The overwhelming sense after reading this delightful account is that the negotiations were very much a case of men and boys - you pick who was who.
LOCAL politicians and civil servants have been pushed to the side by Whitehall in the arrangements for today's "blink-of-an-eye" visit to Belfast by President Joe Biden, it's been claimed.
PRESIDENT Michael D. Higgins said it best in his Gaeilge letter of congratulations to the Andersonstown News on reaching the half-century milestone: newspapers are the cornerstone of our democracy and vital building blocks of community.
St Patrick's Day in Alabama has it all - and then some.
With London and Brussels about to ink a reconfigured Brexit deal, there's no better time for the majority in the North who wish to see progress to reach out to our allies in America.
25 years on from the signing of the Good Friday Agreement, it's true that in Washington D.C. there's not the same heady buzz around all things peace process.
Near the spanking new Salesforce skyscraper which towers over San Francisco, I found myself desperately seeking a way to access the building in order to reach my seventh floor destination.
The death has taken place in New York of esteemed Irish American artist Brian O'Doherty (94) whose Teanga-Aisling an Phobail artwork stands at the entrance to Coláiste Feirste on the Falls Road.
Four go-ahead companies have been shortlisted for the Aisling Business Award sponsored by Let's Go Hydro and Argento - two companies founded by former Aisling Business Award recipient Pete Boyle.
My dad Sam taught sheet metal work at CBS Glen Road a lifetime ago.
Conrad Atkinson (82), the only artist to have his work banned at the Ulster Museum, has passed away at his home in Boustead Hill, Cumbria, England.