Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Dalata chief McCann attacks 'imbalanced' Vat rate report Dalata CEO Pat McCann The CEO of Ireland's largest hotel group has hit out at a report that criticised the tourism sector's special 9pc Vat rate and insisted he's not given up hope...
Young people enjoy being away from their iPhones more than you think Tralee man Jimmy O’Donnell has been a member of Tralee Scouts for nearly half a century. He chats to Stephen Fernane about his time as scout leader, and...
Apple’s takeover of Shazam gets green light Regulators have been probing the deal. Apple is taking over Shazam (PA) EU authorities have cleared Apple’s £300 million takeover of UK music recognition app Shazam. The European Commission concluded on Thursday that the deal “would...
An evening of nostalgia for Junior Chamber Former members of the now defunct Junior Chamber Wexford are invited to attend a special reunion at Wexford Boat Club on September 8 at 8 p.m. The club, which was also called Jaycee Wexford...
Graigue's spirit of enterprise impresses judges Judges for Bank of Ireland's national competition to find the country's most enterprising town visited Graiguenamanagh where they were given a royal welcome and a tour of the town. The search is under way, with...
Eva helps sniff out more than 12,000 smuggled cigarettes Customs detector dog EvaThe haul of 12,920 cigarettes discovered at Rosslare Europort Revenue officers have seized 12,920 cigarettes that were smuggled into the country at Rosslare Europort. They were concealed under parcels for...
BioMarin expands its Cork facility with €37m investment Minister Simon Coveney welcomed the news A LEADING drugs firm has confirmed a €40 million investment at their Cork plant with the creation of 51 new jobs. BioMarin unveiled plans to develop a new...
Our nation is still booming - despite housing shortages and many risks There is no sign that the shortage of homes is deterring people from coming to Ireland to live and work. Every business needs three things: people; a physical place...
Farmers and villagers hit out at plans to hunt for gold in beauty spot Locals are concerned about environmental damage. (Getty Images/Lonely Planet Image) A plan to search for precious metals including gold in the hills of Mid-Ulster is angering locals. Slieve...
Meat sector must diversify to avoid Brexit 'catastrophe' Processors call for state aid in modernising plants and product development A no-deal Brexit would be “catastrophic” for Ireland’s €1.7billion  meat exports trade with Britain, Meat Industry Ireland (MII) has warned. It is calling...

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