Met Éireann warns of flooding risk as ‘persistent rain’ expected this weekend

Met Éireann warns of flooding risk as 'persistent rain' expected this weekend (stock photo) Irish weather will take a sharp turn this weekend, according to Met Éireann. Thursday is set to be the hottest day this week,...

TV3 owner injected ‘€10m to €15m’ to drive turnaround in station

TV3 owner injected '€10m to €15m' to drive turnaround in station TV3 owner Liberty Global injected "€10m to €15m" into the Irish broadcaster to drive a turnaround, according to the CEO of the global cable...

AstraZeneca’s sales dragged down by loss of statin patent

AstraZeneca’s sales dragged down by loss of statin patent Analysts said the firm had a good pipeline of new drugs to make up for the loss of sales. Undated handout photo issued by AstraZeneca of test...

Guinness and gin sales help drive profits at Diageo

Guinness and gin sales help drive profits at Diageo Guinness sales in Ireland grew 2pc in 12 months (Stock image) Operating profit at drinks giant Diageo increased 3.7pc year-on-year to £3.7bn (€4.2bn) in the 12 months...

Number drawing down a mortgage jumps

Number drawing down a mortgage jumps Stock image The number of people drawing down a mortgage has jumped as house-building activity has increased. Some 17,337 people were issued with a home loan in the first half of...

Paddy Power workers awarded up to €1K each for denial of rest breaks

Paddy Power workers awarded up to €1K each for denial of rest breaks Photo: Caroline Quinn Fourteen Paddy Power staff members have been awarded up to €1,000 each for denial of rest breaks. The Mandate Trade Union...

‘I am not frightened to die, but I don’t want to’ – woman who...

'I am not frightened to die, but I don’t want to' - woman who had two cervical smears 'misinterpreted' tells court 25/7/2018 L-R: Paul and Ruth Morrissey, of Kylemore, Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen, Co Limerick pictured at...

Culled dairy cows driving prices down for beef men

Culled dairy cows driving prices down for beef men   Carrick on Suir Mart. Picture: Pat Moore Figures supplied by the factories to the Department of Agriculture for last week show the overall kill to be 36,373....

Facebook’s grim forecast: privacy push will erode profits for years

Facebook's grim forecast: privacy push will erode profits for years Facebook shares lost as much as a quarter of their value on Wednesday (stock photo) Facebook shares lost as much as a quarter of their value...

Taoiseach meets with Italian Prime Minister in Rome

Taoiseach meets with Italian Prime Minister in Rome TAOISEACH Leo Varadkar is meeting this morning with the Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte on the final day of his Brexit offensive around Europe. The pair are to...

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