‘We have spoken to our customer, apologised and explained the situation, which is now sorted,’ says a UPC spokeswoman

David Evans recently upgraded his UPC TV package to one now being advertised on the company’s website. “If you go to the ‘Broadband, TV and Pho(...)

Carl Frampton of Northern Ireland celebrates after his victory over Chris Avalos of USA for the IBF Super Bantamweight World Title at Odyssey Arena on February 28th in Belfast. Photograph: Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

He unites the people of the North in a way politicians can only dream of.World champion boxer Carl ‘The Jackal’ Frampton is riding high after retainin(...)

Bus Éireann will operate a Saturday service on New Year’s Eve with all buses stopping at around 10pm. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Dart and Green line Luas services will run late on New Year’s Eve to accommodate those celebrating in Dublin city centre. On New Year’s Day, services (...)

Fares for the late night services will be charged at the normal rate. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien /The Irish Times

It is the time of the year for celebrations and Iarnród Éireann have announced extra late night services to help people get home. Late night services (...)

Maybe you might give us long suffering shareholders a little advice on filling up the Vodafone-Verizon form(s). The Vodafone circular is very complex,(...)

It was surely the sweetest Dublin Marathon victory in 20 years, Sean Hehir becoming first Irish men’s race winner since John Treacy in 1993 – altho(...)

When paying one’s LPT online by credit card I note, with some displeasure, that Revenue sees fit to impose a charge because of doing so by this method(...)

Members of Spain’s royal family, including Queen Sofia, Princess Letizia and Prince Felipe, attending Easter Mass at the cathedral in Palma de Mallorca last Sunday. Photograph: Enrique Calvo

As he addressed a group of newly graduated judges yesterday, Prince Felipe called on them to carry out their duties with “prudence and strength”, a(...)

President Nicos Anastasiades, in his negotiation with the troika a week ago, appears to have opted for a levy on supposedly secured deposits under ¤100,000 for the sake of a lighter levy on those over ¤100,000. Photograph: Petros Karadjias/Reuters

Most of what has been written on the Cypriot financial crisis has naturally focused on Eu ropean and global economic concerns – the prospects f(...)