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Mourners at the funeral of Michael and Johnny Cash on their way to  Farranree Church, in Cork.

Gardaí must be “more assertive at dispersing people” when large numbers of mourners attend funerals, a leading Traveller advocate has warned. Martin (...)

St Patrick’s Athletic are teaming up Frontline Make Change and Dublin South City Partnership to deliver food parcels to struggling families in the Inchicore area as a result of Covid-19. Volunteer Greg Kelly loading Food Parcels for delivery within the community. Photograph Nick Bradshaw / The Irish Times

While it is difficult to find positive elements in the present Covid 19 crisis, the sense of communal solidarity witnessed by unprecedented acts of ki(...)

Marie Murphy from Donaghmede participates in a protest over conditions related to the closure of Debenhams,  on Henry Street, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Government has been urged to intervene to save more than 2,000 jobs in Debenhams and associated companies as the retail sector faces the possibili(...)

Kostal, which was set up by Leopold Kostal in 1912, is a leading supplier of automotive electrical systems with turnover of €2.6 billion in 2018 and operations at 46 locations in 21 countries employing some 20,000 people.

One of Munster’s largest employers, German automotive electrical systems manufacturer, Kostal is to suspend production at its Cork and Limerick plants(...)

Covid-19: Tackle it with London College of Political Technologists’ Coronavirus Tech Handbook.

Can techies help beat the coronavirus? The London College of Political Technologists thinks so. This independent UK-based organisation has created an (...)

 Paul Townend rides Al Boum Photo to win the Gold Cup on the final day of last year’s Cheltenham festival. Photograph:  Getty Images

Tuesday 1.30 Skybet Supreme Novices Hurdle Abacadabras (G Elliott) 4-1 Asterion Forlonge (W Mullins) 5-2 Berkshire Royal (W Mullins) 33-1 Captain Gu(...)

Millennials – the cohort aged between 18 and 37 – are  most likely to pay for things using contactless or digital, with 57%   saying they favoured such methods over cash

Cash is no longer king, and the shift from physical money to its virtual equivalent has reached a tipping point, a survey published on Friday morning (...)

Gavin Slark: He said growth was expected again this year in the company’s Irish merchanting arm, but that it could be lower than previous years.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Revenue at Grafton Group rose in 2019, as strong growth in the Irish merchanting business helped offset the shadow cast by Brexit in the UK. The com(...)

Maggie Molloy from @CheapIrishHouses pictured in Kilcommon, Co Tipperary. Photograph: Diarmuid Greene

In the market to buy a house? How about a cottage on 1.4 hectares (3.5 acres) in Co Sligo, for €29,000? Or perhaps a 15th century castle in Co Clare, (...)

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) has seized cash, Rolex watches and expensive clothing in Dublin raids

The Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab) has seized cash, Rolex watches and expensive clothing in Dublin raids against three men, two of them teenagers, invol(...)

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