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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 (...)

SBIR Ireland manager Marguerite Bourke

Flooding, illegal dumping, bathing-water quality, and increasing the number of cyclists on Dublin’s streets are some of the problems being addressed i(...)

The Coast Guard came  to the assistance of a walker during high winds and swells on Dublin’s great south wall as the tail end of Storm Diana crossed the East Coast   on  November 27th. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Temperatures were above average in most places last month, according to Met Éireann’s latest weather reports. Average temperatures for November rang(...)

Once Norwegian Air exits the Northern Ireland market, there will be no direct flights from the North to the US or Canada. Photograph:  Reuters

Norwegian Air is to withdraw its low-cost flights from the North. However, it is advising potential customers in Northern Ireland that they “remain (...)

Bjorn Kjos, chief executive of Norwegian Air International, which has cancelled route from Cork and Shannon to Rhode Island.

State airports company DAA said on Wednesday that it had made “significant” efforts to keep Norwegian Air International’s Cork-US service through next(...)

Shannon Airport had almost twice (195 per cent) the average monthly rainfall in January. Photograph: iStock

It was wetter than usual in January with the west of Ireland experiencing some heavy rainfall while Dublin Airport experienced its wettest hour in alm(...)

Shannon sought independence from Dublin Airport’s operator, DAA, because it believed it could do better if it were in control of its own destiny. Photograph: Kate Geraghty

Government aviation policy is coming under fire from Shannon Group, the State company responsible for the mid-western airport, aviation cluster and ot(...)

Trees which stood for over 100 years at the Marina in Cork city following Storm Ophelia. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Storm Ophelia brought the highest gusts ever recorded to parts of Co Cork, according to Met Éireann. A wind speed of 84 knots (155.6 km/h) was regis(...)

Some 14 per cent of work permit breaches on fishing vessels    related to ‘working without permission’. Photograph: Getty

Almost 200 breaches of work permits on fishing boats have been identified over the past 18 months by the Workplace Relations Commission (WRC). In a r(...)

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