Clodagh Rice will take over as Business Correspondent at BBC NI, replacing Julian O’Neill who is now the BBC NI Home Affairs Correspondent.
The European Council is meeting at a special summit on 10 April where Theresa May is expected to request a further extension to the Article 50 process.
The UK Government has agreed to begin preparing the country to take part in the upcoming European elections in case a long extension is required.
The first week of Parliament’s Easter recess, which was due to begin this coming week, has been cancelled.
The Belfast City Council Strategic Policy and Resources Committee have agreed that a City Growth and Innovation Commission be established to integrate and join up major strategic projects facing the city of Belfast for the next 10-20 years. The Commission will be led by the Council’s Chief Executive.
The Census in 2021 will gather information on sexual orientation and armed forces veterans for the first time.
Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council have published “Connect, Invest, Transform”, a 10 year investment plan proposition document.
Parliament’s Business Committee has recommended that the “Big Four” accountancy firms be broken up to improve the quality of auditing.
The Secretary of State Karen Bradley will answer oral questions in the House of Commons on Wednesday 10 April.
The opening night of Belfast Film Festival takes place on Thursday 11 April.