Saturday, January 19, 2019
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...
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...
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...
Staying out in front - from the dock Alastair Blair leads a very different Accenture from the one he joined, writes Group Business Editor Dearbhail McDonald Alastair Blair, country managing director for Accenture Ireland at its offices in The Dock in...
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...
Redrow calls for Brexit clarity as profits rocket The housing market has slowed markedly since the Brexit vote. Redrow has spoken out about Brexit (PA) Housebuilder Redrow has urged the Government to provide clarity over Brexit as it reported soaring annual profits. The...

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The hidden cost of those 'free' gambling apps Some of the most downloaded and highest-grossing video games in leading app stores use casino motifs for their designs, raising questions about the potential dangers of gambling apps. Enlarge Image Many popular gaming apps...
Cuts to funding for arts in education ‘ludicrous’, says Andrew Lloyd Webber The West End musical impresario’s comments were made at a Royal Albert Hall conference staged by the Prince of Wales’s charity Children & The Arts. The Prince of Wales...
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...
People of Balbriggan to get say in town's strategy Cllr Tony Murphy, Cllr Grainne Maguire and Cllr Malachy Quinn united in welcoming investment in the town. Balbriggan councillors have welcomed what they called 'Fingal County Council's commitment to submit a multi-million...

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