Month: July 2018

Four killed and dozens injured in fire at Tokyo building site More than 20 people were seriously injured in the blaze. Smoke rises from a building under construction in...

There is risk ahead, but let’s enjoy the good news while we still have it Some unprecedented uncertainties have had only limited effects on a still thriving Irish economy,...

Free travel for people going to see the Pope at Phoenix Park More than half a million people are expected to attend mass in Dublin. The Pope will visit...

‘We’ll improve the business for the next generation’ – Meet the family looking after Irish people since 1825   Stephen Eustace says staff accommodation is a big challenge. ‘The...

Facebook shares fall amid slowdown in revenue and user growth Facebook’s monthly active user count was 2.23 billion, slightly behind the 2.25 billion forecast by analysts. Facebook shares were...

Comment: Eamon Dunphy had become an obstacle for serious debate on Irish football and he will not be missed Dunphy was always showbiz, but in recent years he had...

Dental app takes bite of US market Toothpic founder Mark Moore Have a worrying niggle in your tooth, but don’t have the time, or finances, to get to the...

US stock markets well-positioned to weather any trade war storms Workers lift bundles of steel pipe with a crane at a stockyard on the outskirts of Shanghai. The latest...

Human rights protections after exit ‘must cover whole of Ireland’ Stock picture The whole of Ireland should enjoy the same human rights protections after Brexit, an influential watchdog has...

Taoiseach won’t rebuke minister for denouncing housing plan Taoiseach Leo Varadkar at the 16th International Architecture Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia – in Venice yesterday. Photo: Andrea Avezzù...

‘Undue delay’ in child sex ring review is not acceptable, Government is told Prof Geoffrey Shannon has been appointed to lead review. Picture: Damien Eagers The Government has been...