Minister for Communications Alex White: Nobody in the radio sector is ‘naive enough to think the industry’s challenges have gone away’. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Vision fund, but the funding is limited to pre-recorded programmes rather than the gathering of live news(...)

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has set out some new assurances for staff working at Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann. Photograph: Collins 3:43

Éireann for all existing personnel due to the overall growth in the bus market.The Government hopes the(...)

Demonstrators climb on a destroyed Baltimore Police car in the street near the corner of Pennsylvania and North avenues during  protests. Photograph: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images 1:26

(...) and 144 vehicles set on fire during Monday night’s riots in the city.The news came as Baltimore(...)

‘Independent bookshops have a deep engagement with the culture of their city and country and they can reflect that in their stock.’ Maurice Earls of Books Upstairs on D’Olier Street, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

King Street, but as its customer base expanded it moved to Market Arcade and then College Green, where(...)

Obamacare is working better than even its supporters expected – but its enemies say that the good news proves nothing, because nobody predicted anything different

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Prime minister David Cameron giving a speech at the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Moorgate, London. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

(...) services.”That’s a straightforward “no-news-here” vista but things could be different. “If the new(...)

PTSB had a €1.1 billion capital buffer above the 7 per cent trigger at the end of December

(...) market for the riskiest bank debt has swollen to about $80 billion in Europe since Banco Bilbao Vizcaya(...)

Natasha Dow Schull wears the Muse headband, which monitors brain waves. photograph: kayana szymczak/the new york times

(...)” in industry parlance – soon took up this idea, expanding the market for fitness activity and health(...)

(...) chance for an African farmer to produce and sell at market prices. As long as there is economic and(...)

News of the Central Bank examination of Siteserv’s sale by the former Anglo Irish Bank comes as Government prepares to publish terms of reference today for an inquiry into the transaction by IBRC’s special liquidators. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

(...), The Irish Times understands.News of the Central Bank examination of Siteserv’s sale by the former(...)