Sunday, July 15, 2018
Government urged to make up €1.5m shortfall in Briery Gap funding Cost of refurbishment works at the Macroom centre has shot up to €4 million Smoke billowing from the front of the Briery Gap during the 2016 blaze Pressure is being brought...
Brexit beefs pile up for food sector The UK is the Irish food and drink industry’s largest trading partner. Stock image. GettyImages Ireland's food and drink companies fear the UK's exit from the European Union will leave them grappling with hefty...
90-bed project 'scrapped' Labour senator Ged Nash has branded a 'u turn' by the government in developing a new 90-bed facility at St Mary's on the Dublin Road as 'nothing short of a disgrace.' He has been informed that work will...
Has the Celtic Phoenix already passed its peak? Martin Shanahan (left) and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at Google – but Ireland relies too much on multinationals The Irish economy has had a phenomenal run. After being near the abyss in 2011 and...
US tariffs on Chinese imports escalate trade dispute China’s government responded quickly by announcing it will immediately impose penalties of ‘equal strength’ on US products. China has said that it will retaliate (Andy Wong/AP) The Trump administration has announced a 25% tariff...

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