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Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney revealed Cork Airport is on target to complete the refurbishment of its runway on time. Photograph: iStock

Cork Airport is on target to complete the refurbishment of its runway on time and restore passenger numbers to 70 per cent of its peak by the end of n(...)

Rainfall at the Phoenix Park in Dublin was just 56 per cent of the average for September. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Many parts of Ireland had the warmest September on record with temperatures well above normal everywhere. Eleven weather stations in the Republic had(...)

Cork  Airport will be closed until November 22nd to facilitate the €40m reconstruction of the main runway. Photograph: Andy Gibson

Management at Cork Airport have defended the decision to close the airport for the next 10 weeks to allow reconstruction of the airport’s main runway,(...)

Ryanair will fly the State-subsidised Dublin-Kerry service previously operated by Stobart Air. Photograph: François Lenoir/Reuters

Ryanair and Minister for Transport Eamon Ryan clashed on Friday over plans to restore Dublin-Kerry flights lost when Stobart Air folded last month. S(...)

Outgoing Aryzta chairman Gary McGann (left) with chief executive Kevin Toland. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Shares in Aryzta fell on Thursday amid speculation that the company’s move to line up a replacement for chairman Gary McGann meant it had not yet foun(...)

A woman walking in the rain on Dublin’s O’Connell Street in June. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Rainfall totals were above average for most weather stations last month, according to a report from Met Éireann. Newport in Co Mayo had its wettest (...)

People out walking at Portmarnock Strand during the first week of social distancing measures. March temperatures were generally colder than usual. Photograph: Alan Betson

March was a cold month, with below average temperatures recorded across the country. Temperatures were below average or just average everywhere for t(...)

Padraig McNiffe stands in the flooded fields near his farm in Newtownflood, outside Athlone. Photograph: Laura Hutton

It was the wettest February since records began in many parts of the country, with some places experiencing once-in-100-years levels of rainfall. Two(...)

Kellogg, the firm which trades as Kellogg’s, made an operating profit of $1.7 billion (€1.5 billion) in 2018.

Cereal giant Kellogg is proposing to cut up to 58 roles from its Irish operation as part of a restructuring of its European business. The multination(...)

The Beast from the East: snow-covered roads leading up to the M3 at Dunboyne, Co Meath, during the snowfall associated with Storm Emma last year. File photograph: Alan Betson

Dramatic weather events in Ireland and elsewhere that marked last year shows “the fingerprint of climate change is becoming more evident”, the former (...)

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