A climate change activist prepares for a demonstration in New York. Photograph: Reuters / Adrees Latif
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This week: ‘Endies’, soft drinks calories and activists on stilts

Ryanair held its annual shareholders meeting in Dublin yesterday, September 25th, and told investors it expected to reach the upper end of its earnings projections for the fiscal year. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Ryanair climbs 1.2% but Iseq ends session little changed as index sheds early gains

Minister for Communications Alex White, who has been asked to set up a commission on the future of the Irish media sector. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Minister for Communications Alex White ‘looking very closely’ at public funding

Coffee beans: some 70 per cent of respondents to a survey across all professions admitted that their working ability would be affected without a daily dose of coffee.   Photograph: Reuters

No bed-haired, bedraggled addicts here: the marketing of caffeine fixes is as smooth as ever

UTV Ireland presenter Alison Comyn: a male news anchor will shortly be appointed to join Ms Comyn on the core presenting team, while some news correspondents will act as presenter substitutes as required. photograph: cyril byrne

The fitout of its studio in Dublin’s Docklands is due to be completed next month

The first full series of the RTÉ show, in which teenagers plan their family’s holiday, is due to air later this year

The broadcaster is developing a new entertainment format called ‘Total Recallers’

Actor Jack Reynor (right) with Jon Florsheim, director of TV and Fixed at Eircom Group at the launch of its eVision on-demand service. Photograph: Robbie Reynolds

The company has priced the latest titles in its eVision library at a competitive €3.99

Alan Kelly, head of creative at advertising agency Rothco

Local messaging not always straightforward for global brands, says creative director

“We’re open to any partners who want to join us,” the Ceann Comhairle of the Dáil, Seán Barrett, said in his remarks.   Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Ceann Comhairle Seán Barrett says carriage on the platform should be free-of-charge

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