Ian Talbot, chief executive of  Chambers Ireland: “Businesses already pay high levels of commercial rates and cannot take any more hits.” Photograph: Alan Betson

BARRY ROCHE Chambers Ireland and Cork Chamber have called on local authorities to ensure any reduction in the local property tax is not subsidised by (...)

Cork CoderDojo member Emily Ray teaches San Francisco students how to code as part of a five-day trip developing technology links between the sister cities

Thought and voice-powered technology will replace smartphones and computers over the next decade, according to the co-founder of the company be(...)

A flooded South Mall in Cork city. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Provision

The Government was yesterday urged to speed up a €100 million flood relief programme for Cork city as business people and homeowners began a clean-up (...)

While drinks companies and sporting bodies never made any secret of their disdain for any sponsorship ban, the FoI records point to a concerted push by a well-resourced and well-informed industry to bring its concerns directly into the heart of Government. Photograph: Inpho/Lorraine O’Sullivan

The drinks industry engaged in a sustained effort to dissuade the Coalition from banning the sponsorship of major sporting events by drink companies, (...)

Colin Gleeson State agencies last night came in for heavy criticism from communities around the country after widespread flooding caused (...)