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The Low Carbon Pledge was taken last year by 47 major Irish businesses to cut emissions by 2030

A progress report on a scheme for companies that have pledged to reduce their carbon emissions concludes that the Irish market is “immature” when it c(...)

Waterford Airport: it  has not had commercial flights since 2016

The Government will give almost €14 million in taxpayers’ money to regional airports this year, including €5 million to one that has no scheduled serv(...)

Loretta Kennedy of MamaBear

Irish children are not eating well. Almost 25 per cent of their meals include high fat, salt and sugar (HFSS) foods, while almost a third of the snack(...)

A computer-generated image of the planned Salesforce Tower. Johnny Ronan, who  is seeking permission to add two extra storeys to the office block, ha secured €478 million in development finance

The big four accountancy firms in the Republic have warned of a potential for confusion over the plans for public grades on the quality of their audit(...)

Windmills in the sunset. Wind turbines motion landscape at sunset with plane in background

Rapid change is making energy a hot topic right now. For a utility, that’s unusual. “The whole clean energy transition from carbon based to renewable (...)

Declan O’Callaghan, the senior solicitor and principal of Kilrane O’Callaghan, Ballaghaderreen’s best-known and largest legal practice. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

December 2009 should have been an unremarkable month in the young life of Brian Colleran. The 21-year-old from Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon was a ke(...)

Gerry Shirren, managing director of Cartoon Saloon: “Currently, Cartoon Saloon has a number of projects in the China market with a number of different local partners such as the ‘Puffin Rock’ TV series, where we are working Tianjin-based China Nebula Productions.”
All the way to China

Dawn Meats Dawn Meats sells premium grass-fed Irish beef products, which are processed and frozen, to individual customers’ requirements. Richard Cli(...)

Irish consumers have a distinct preference for beef from grass-fed cattle. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Ireland’s livestock sector shows little signs as yet of engaging with so-called “clean meat”, a new technology expected to cause significant food-sect(...)

Irish beef in China: “There is certainty in Ireland, and that’s the message we’re bringing,” said the Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed. Photograph: EPA

Set atop a bed of green foliage, beside a pyramid of aubergines and carrots in a round refrigerated container, Irish beef made an auspicious debut at (...)

At a reception at the Irish embassy in Beijing, Irish beef was served for the first time since a ban was imposed in 2001 on EU beef imports over BSE. The ban was formally lifted in April.

Three Irish beef plants and one pork plant have had access to the Chinese market confirmed during a trade mission to China led by Minister for Agricul(...)

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