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The new Domino’s Pizza store in Ringsend.

Domino’s Pizza group has opened its 50th store in the Republic as part of an expansion plan to have 75 outlets in this market. The London-listed comp(...)

Cherub and sphinx statue in the gardens of the Palace of Versailles near Paris.

If you’ve travelled abroad this summer, you may have handed over some of your hard-earned cash at one of the world’s leading tourist attractions. You (...)

Lake Constance: the staging of Carmen, Bregenz Festival’s opera on the lake, has to be seen to be believed

On my list of things I didn’t expect to see in the Lake Constance region is one of the largest Fabergé eggs in the world. Yet here I am, in the darken(...)

 Migrants wait at a naval base in Tripoli, after being rescued in the Mediterranean.  Photograph:  AFP/Mahmud Turkia/Getty Images

A spectre is haunting Europe – the spectre of the immigrant. No force is doing more to shape contemporary politics than the fear of mass immigration. (...)

The 377-foot Luna, docked in Dubai, is the second-largest expedition yacht in the world, and comes with two helipads, nine decks, a swimming pool and a mini-submarine

A Russian oil billionaire has been ordered by the High Court to transfer a £350 million (€400 million) luxury superyacht to his ex-wife in the latest (...)

Ian Beatty makes it to snowy Austria in the Tesla

If Elon Musk can send a car to Mars then surely I can drive one of his Teslas from Ireland to Austria without too much complaint. That’s the idea behi(...)

A visitor to the Ikea museum in Almhult, Sweden, takes a photo of a portrait of the late Ingvar Kamprad, founder of  Swedish multinational furniture retailer Ikea, today. Photograph: Ola Torkelsson/TT News Agency/Reuters

Sweden is mourning the death at 91 of Ingvar Kamprad, the billionaire founder of flat-pack furniture leviathan Ikea. A global Swedish brand and ambas(...)

The Chateau Louis XIV, which was sold for over $300 million two years ago, in Louveciennes, France. Photograph: Lea Mandana/The New York Times

When the Chateau Louis XIV sold for over $300 million two years ago, Fortune magazine called it “the world’s most expensive home,” and Town & Coun(...)

Under the IPPR’s “shared market” model, Britain could diverge from the EU — or vice versa — on matters such as goods, services, capital and state aid. The other party would then have a right to raise an objection. If no agreement were reached within six months, the diverging side would “lose a proportionate level of its preferential trading arrangement”. Photograph:  Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS/AFP/Getty Images

Britain and the EU can permanently align their rules after Brexit, with a mechanism to allow some divergence in exchange for compensation, an influent(...)

Irish broadband: quality of service is a pressing issue for thousands of households. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Ireland is one of the most expensive countries in the developed world for broadband, with prices here almost four times those in the cheapest country (...)

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