Interviewers. A Probation Services report before the court outlined that the man continues to claim the sexual(...)

Belfast-based Joe O’Sullivan: oncology consultant and musician.

Sarah Williamson, a health services manager, the songs were rehearsed with a view to recording them(...)

(...) record labels and not streaming services, remember). There is a much bigger question, though, and(...)

Optical fibre: researchers at San Diego received data after it voyaged 12,000km through cables with standard amplifiers and no electronic regenerators.

(...) this could assist in many industry’s aims to accommodate more services under the internet of things(...)

Samsung president of corporate affairs Sangwoo Kim: one of the speakers at  Asia Business Week

Hayashi, Moody’s Investors Services chief credit officer Colin Ellis, Minister for Education and Skills(...)

Sinéad Pembroke works in Trinity College Dublin’s School of Nursing and Midwifery: “I can’t think about buying a house or starting a family”. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

(...) of any tender for publicly funded services. Home helps employed directly by the Health Service(...)

Roscommon County  Council paid €92,500 to three debt collection  agencies in 2014, far more than any other local authority.

(...) payments include a subsidiary of US-based media and financial services giant Bertelsmann; law firms(...)

Eircode has two elements: a three-figure ‘route key’ number and a random, four-digit mix of letters and numbers that pinpoints the address.

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The minimum hourly living wage a person needs has been put at €11.50 an hour by the Living Wage Technical Group, an increase of 5 cents on the 2014 rate. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

(...), transport, clothes and other services. The rate of €11.50 means a living wage is one-third higher than the(...)

‘There would almost certainly be numerous specific impacts on consumers.’ Photograph: Thinkstock

(...)’s hardly surprising, given just how big the picture is. Some €1 billion of goods and services are traded(...)