New Skoda Superb: now on sale in Ireland with prices starting at €26,795 for the entry-level 1.4-litre petrol version

Skoda plans to achieve a market share of over 7 per cent - and a top five position - in the coming years. That’s according to its brand director in I(...)

Sean Mulryan: he outlined the Savarin tender process run for Ballymore by Cushman and Wakefield, adding that Flow East “gave no confirmation of proof of funding”

Property developer Sean Mulryan was prevented from reading a statement to the banking inquiry yesterday in response to a story in The Irish Times c(...)

Ilac Shopping Centre, Dublin. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

A pregnant store manager who was forced to work 70-hour weeks for less than minimum wage has been awarded €55,000 by the Equality Tribunal. In a case(...)

Nicholas Winton, who saved at least 664 children from the concentration camps. Photograph: Michal Cizek/AFP/Getty Images

Sir Nicholas Winton, who has died aged 106, became known belatedly as “the British Schindler” for his part in rescuing more than 600 children in Czech(...)

Among the leaked emails, files and digital records were four emails sent between members of the Defence Forces and employees of the company. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Emails sent between members of the Defence Forces and a company specialising in hacking and eavesdropping have been leaked online. A Defence Forces (...)

New Irish citizens at a citizenship ceremony in 2013. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Nigerian citizens were the largest single group among those who received Irish citizenship in 2013, according to figures by Eurostat. Nigerian citize(...)

British prime minister David Cameron, who is due to set out the UK’s plans for a renegotiation of its European Union membership at a summit on the Greek crisis. Photograph: Carl Court/Getty Images 1:54

British prime minister David Cameron will set out Britain’s plans for a renegotiation of European Union membership when he arrives in Brussels today f(...)

The EU’s growing power in the field of data protection and internet regulation has divided member states, pitting a number of so-called “northern” countries including Ireland, Britain and the Netherlands against countries such as France and Germany. Photograph: PA

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has written to European Council president Donald Tusk ahead of this week’s leaders’ summit urging the European Union to get the “(...)

Temperatures continue to soar in Azerbaijan, rising above 35 degrees yesterday, which of course meant spending the morning down by the pool. As in (...)

Together both alcohol and tobacco in Ireland costs 70 per cent more than the EU average price. Photograph: Thinkstock.

Alcohol and tobacco prices in Ireland are the most expensive in the European Union, according to a Eurostat survey. Together both alcohol and tobacco(...)