Scoliosis: ‘It seems as though those who shout loudest get seen first’ Joseph Hornick  at home in Taghmon, Co Wexford, whose daughter Amber (11) was diagnosed with a severe spinal curve in October 2018.  ‘We were told her case was urgent and she was in the frame for surgery, but we could get no response.’ Photograph: Patrick Browne

Some parents of children with spinal curvature are paying more than €200 for a private appointment

How Microsoft and DAA use AI to innovate the airport passenger's journey Dublin airport has seen a 45 per cent growth in traffic over the past five years

AI is allowing Microsoft and the DAA meet demand and improve services at our airports

Sponsored by Microsoft
Paisley expects EU to pressure Ireland to ‘move aside’ in Brexit talks DUP MP for North Antrim Ian Paisley. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire.

DUP MP would tell Varadkar: ‘Listen mate, you have had enough fun with the politics of this’

Global upheaval has had little impact on mergers and acquisitions activity Trump, tariffs and trade wars: the geopolitical three Ts currently dominating news cycles worldwide are yet to have an impact on M&A activity here.

US Deloitte survey indicates optimism for Irish M&A activity in 2019

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