Airlines – part of the problem: One of hundreds of “agitprop” posters, part of the “Brandalism” project, put up by activists on bus shelters in Paris.

International aviation and shipping have rightly been dubbed “the elephants in the room” at COP21, and there is now a real danger they will escape yet(...)

Chief commercial officer of Shannon Airport Andrew Murphy: “Both the inbound and outbound markets are continuing to grow”

Irish airports enjoyed “exceptional” passenger numbers over recent days, with Shannon recording its busiest August bank holiday weekend for five years(...)

Slainte Healthcare chief executive Andrew Murphy and Beacon Hospital chief executive Michael Cullen.

Sláinte Healthcare has signed a multimillion-euro deal with the Beacon Hospital in Dublin that will see it become Ireland’s first digital, paperles(...)

The airport added 16 new routes during the first half of the year, including nine operated by low-cost carrier Ryanair.

The number of people travelling through Shannon Airport in the first six months of the year grew 15 per cent to 653,894 from 568,133 during the same p(...)

Longford’s Conor Egan celebrates with his daughter Elaine in Croke Park after victory in the Lory Meagher Cup final at the weekend. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

LIMERICK PROTEST: Making a point Sky had their cameras pointed the wrong wayon Saturday. While Kilkenny were busy splattering Offaly like a bu(...)

Andrew Murphy obtained a degree in chemical and process engineering in CIT, going on to work for Henkel Loctite in Dublin, originally as process engin(...)

Andrew Murphy, chief executive Slainte Healthcare, announcing new jobs  with Minister for Enterprise Richard Bruton and Minister for Health James Reilly. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Big projects always start with a big idea.The History of the IFSC, a book by Irish Times journalist Fiona Reddan, recounts how Charles Haughey gatecra(...)

 Jake de Barra with an antique carousel for sale on eBay. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Your junk may be worth something – but how do you know how much “gold” you have in your attic? TV programmes and a recent Gumtree survey sugges(...)