‘Keeping Graham Dwyer safe in custody will present a challenge to the authorities.’  Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

(...) extensive media coverage, and excited commentary across all sectors of society. When the victim and(...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan: said ‘an unsuccessful bidder’ for Siteserv had complained to his department about the 2012 sale process for the business. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

(...) other companies were prepared to pay a higher price, Mr Noonan said following the complaint by the(...)

Ireland’s beef trade is the single biggest component of the country’s €10 billion food and drink export business.

(...).“It is completely intolerable that the beef sector would be hung out to dry for the benefit of other(...)

Shia Muslim rebels hold up their weapons during a rally against air strikes in Sanaa, Yemen, on Thursday. Oil prices jumped around the world after Saudi Arabia and its allies carried out the strikes. Photograph: Khaled Abdullah/Reuters

(...) of shares fell 1.6 per cent to 5,994 points in line with other European bourses.There was a weakness(...)

“Editors, writers, contributors, and analysts, cannot but be influenced by the prevailing climate at a given point in time” - former Irish Independent editor Gerry O’Regan.

(...) had ultimately ended up in NAMA. Mr O’Regan said the issue required context; the newspaper, like other(...)

Three of the AIB Start-up Academy finalists. The pressure is on for the entrepreneurs, who must compete against each other after becoming friends during the eight-week Academy.

(...) compete against each other after becoming friends during the eight-week Academy. They will each pitch for(...)

Left: co-founder of The Gravity Centre Cian O’Cuilleanain with Fred Schmidt, director of international affairs at Capital Factory, Austin.

(...), and bringing companies in both directions, entering each other’s markets,” he says. The new initiative(...)

The editor of the ‘Irish Examiner’, Tim Vaughan, told the banking inquiry information on the economic conditions that would lead to Ireland’s crash was simply not available to the media.

(...).”The inquiry heard the Irish Examiner’s policy on covering the economy and property sectors during the boom(...)

‘During our meeting (the Summit of European Mayors for Climate: on the road to COP21) in Paris, on March 26th, we pledge to move further with our respective “climate plans”.’ Photograph: Getty Images

(...) concentrated on the “green” sectors of the economy and “low carbon” industries (modernisation of production(...)

Elizabeth Fingleton  of Obeo pictured during Week 4 of the AIB Start-up Academy. The  Start-up Academy will come to a close this week when the entrepreneurs give their final pitch to a team of judges on Thursday night.

(...)-up is kind of isolating, but when you meet other start-ups you realise you’re in the same boat, and it(...)