Signs of toughening resolve from Brussels over Brexit have been reflected in a series of warnings from senior European politicians over the last week. Photograph: Emmanuel Dunand/AFP/Getty Images

Five months after the British vote to leave the European Union, the question of what Brexit will look like remains as elusive as ever. A leaked Del(...)

 Many women journalists receive graphic threats of physical and sexual violence on social media according to recent reports by the International Women’s Media Foundation.

International associations representing newspapers and editors say greater protections are needed for women journalists exposed to harassment and thre(...)

 Nobel Prize for Literature winner Bob Dylan:  “He wishes he could receive the prize personally, but other commitments make it unfortunately impossible”. Photograph: Jeffrey R Staab/CBS via Getty Images

Bob Dylan will not attend a ceremony in Stockholm next month to pick up his 2016 Nobel Prize for Literature, the Swedish Academy has said. Dylan to(...)

Mansplaining has driven one of Sweden’s largest trade unions to reach for the hotline. Photographs: Getty Images

One of largest trade unions in an EU member state has launched a hotline for workers to complain about “mansplaining” – men explaining condescendingly(...)

Contactless cards are growing in popularity, but they have a way to go before Irish consumers fully embrace them. Photograph: iStock

Earlier this month the Pricewatch desk decided to live without cash for a week. That is not to say we didn’t spend money (sadly, we did), but the plan(...)

Dublin was Europe’s fastest growing category one airport – those handling 25 million-plus passengers – in the three months ended September 30th

Dublin’s and Shannon’s status as the only EU airports with US pre-clearance is under threat as Washington is considering opening similar facilities i(...)

Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan’s continued silence over his Nobel honour has been denounced as “impolite and arrogant” by one of the members of the Swedish Academy that awarded him the prize. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan’s continued silence over his Nobel honour has been denounced as “impolite and arrogant” by one of the members of the Swedi(...)

SAS: the airline  began flying in and out of Dublin Airport in April 1966. Since then, it has carried more than 4.5 million travellers on its three routes.

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) is stepping up its services from Dublin Airport next year by adding extra flights to its three routes to and from the Iris(...)

Death in Aleppo: Response to Syrian conflict needs much more informed and constructive international debate, especially in a Europe that bears many of the actual and potential consequences. Photograph: Reuters

Aleppo’s agony commands the headlines, demands action and sets the scene for a geopolitical drama on Syria’s future in the Middle East. This intract(...)

Flights at Dublin Airport increased 8.6% per cent on September 2015 to 623 per day. Photograph: iStock

Traffic at the Republic’s three State-owned airports grew in September, according to the Irish Aviation Authority. The safety regulator and air nav(...)