Thursday, January 24, 2019

Tanaiste embarks on two-day visit to Finland, Estonia and Lithuania

Tanaiste embarks on two-day visit to Finland, Estonia and Lithuania Brexit will be high on the agenda as Simon Coveney meets with the foreign ministers of the three nations. Simon Coveney said he...

FTSE 100 knocked by stronger pound

FTSE 100 knocked by stronger pound London’s top flight closed the day down 47.18 points. Vodafone led the fallers (Yui Mok/PA) The FTSE 100 ended in negative territory on Thursday, dented by a resurgent...

Ed Sheeran and Rag’n’Bone Man power British music to bumper sales year abroad

Ed Sheeran and Rag’n’Bone Man power British music to bumper sales year abroad Sheeran’s Divide was the best-selling album in the world in 2017. Ed Sheeran helped power British recorded music exports to...

Business World

Asian stocks bruised on Trump's fresh trade war threats Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, (NYSE). Photo: Reuters Asian shares came under renewed pressure on Friday as a...

Bono’s bright blue flag has the right enemies

Bono's bright blue flag has the right enemies U2 frontman Bono. Photo: Bloomberg 'Nobody knows anything" has become such a familiar line, you might even expect to hear it some day soon on...

Qatar plans ‘big new German investments’

Qatar plans 'big new German investments'   Qatar, the world's biggest exporter of liquefied natural gas (LNG), has shareholdings in companies including Volkswagen, Deutsche Bank, Siemens, Hochtief and SolarWorld. Stock photo Qatar plans to...

Cuts to funding for arts in education ‘ludicrous’, says Andrew Lloyd Webber

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...

Hoteliers urge Government to keep 9 per cent VAT so industry can thrive

Hoteliers urge Government to keep 9 per cent VAT so industry can thrive Brian McNamara, Chair of the Wicklow IHF branch Hotel and guesthouse owners in Wicklow are calling on the Government to...

Meat sector must diversify to avoid Brexit ‘catastrophe’

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,...

Sinn Fein looks to develop health service policy in wake of Brexit

Sinn Fein looks to develop health service policy in wake of Brexit Louise O’Reilly TD said that in the context of Brexit, the issue of how health services will be affected is...

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This would-be robber tried to hold up a shop but it...

This would-be robber tried to hold up a shop but it went very, very wrong And just for good measure, his trousers fell down too. (Aurora...

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