Community news: Charleville

Community news: Charleville The winning group in Charleville Golf Club’s President’s Prize competition. Included are Joan Dore, Lady Captain, Ladies winner Valerie O’Keeffe, President Jim Harmon, Denis Murphy, competition winner and Jim...

Boom time for corporate hospitality as Leinster bounce back from recession

Boom time for corporate hospitality as Leinster bounce back from recession Victorious: The Leinster team in high spirits after beating Parisian side Racing 92 in the European Champions Cup final in Bilbao...

10 best things to do in Hong Kong – from dim sum to Disneyland

10 best things to do in Hong Kong - from dim sum to Disneyland Ireland now has direct flights to Hong Kong. Regular visitor Gillian Tsoi takes off to explore the Asian...

The right moves: Cutting red tape with build deals and cheap land could ease...

The right moves: Cutting red tape with build deals and cheap land could ease crisis Paul McNeive The housing crisis is back centre stage and all agree that the problem is a lack...

Smurfit’s Venezuelan operation seized by government

Smurfit’s Venezuelan operation seized by government The list of charges the company faces includes price fixing, speculation and corruption. The FTSE 100 firm’s shares edged down (Kirsty O’Connor/PA) Venezuela’s socialist government has seized control...

Canada’s dry weather may stem US cattle stampede across border

Canada's dry weather may stem US cattle stampede across border Ranchers sort cattle for early weaning in Beulah, North Dakota. Picture: REUTERS/Andrew Cullen/File Photo Parched pastures and crops in Western Canada are driving...

Call for entries into inaugural Invest In Ireland Awards

Call for entries into inaugural Invest In Ireland Awards (L-R) Peter Squires, Partner, Vistra; Leo Moore, Partner, William Fry; Martin Shanahan, CEO, IDA Ireland, Stephen Mullin, Director, CPL; Gerry Drum, Enterprise Manager,...

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Richard Curran: Permanent TSB remains on the right track - but to where? Permanent TSB CEO Jeremy Masding and CFO Eamonn Crowley at the announcement of the bank’s interim results for 2018...

Early school start hits tourism earnings by 10pc

Early school start hits tourism earnings by 10pc Sophie Turley (4), from Forkhill, enjoying the heatwave earlier this summer at Blackrock beach in Co Louth. Photo: Arthur Carron The early start of the...

‘More is best’ mantra fails if the public feels left behind

'More is best' mantra fails if the public feels left behind Dublin’s ranking of 41st in the Economist’s Intelligence Unit’s Global Liveability Index reflects the progress still to be made Ireland's growth is...

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John McCain buried at Naval Academy alongside longtime friend Years ago, Chuck Larson, an ally throughout the senator’s life, reserved plots at the cemetery. Defence Secretary...

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