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John Cooney has proven his fitness and is in the Ulster XV to face Ospreys on Sunday. Photograph: Inpho

Robbie Diack, Callum Black and Charles Piutau will play their final games in Ulster colours after being named in the starting team for Sunday’s Champi(...)

Ulster’s Rory Best scores a try against Munster in April. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

One game to go now in Ulster’s season from hell and yet they head towards Sunday’s crunch Champions Cup play-off against the Ospreys at the Kingspan S(...)

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(...)

Traders working on floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

European shares dipped on Thursday although sectors such as banking and mining provided investors with some respite. DUBLIN Airline Ryanair fell 1.1(...)

Entekra plans to hire 100 people in the areas of design, engineering, finance, marketing and customer support by the end of the year.

A Monaghan-based design, engineering and manufacturing company plans to create 100 jobs following a $55 million (€46 million) investment. Entekra, (...)

 Leinster’s Luke McGrath:  he  must prove the ankle damage sustained against  Saracens  has healed sufficiently.  Photograph: Alex Davidson/Inpho

The Natal Sharks and a second South African side are set to join the Guinness Pro 14 in 2019/20. Having become increasingly disillusioned with the Sup(...)

Permanent TSB declined 1.6 per cent to €1.75. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Iseq index stood out as a weak spot across European markets on Friday as a drop in the value of sterling against the euro as a result of weaker-th(...)

Ulster coach Jono Gibbes speaks to the media on Tuesday. Photograph: Matt Mackey/Inpho

News journalists were precluded from attending Ulster Rugby’s weekly press conference at the Kingspan Stadium on Tuesday afternoon at which a coach an(...)

Kingspan CEO Gene Murtagh:  “I see our entry into Brazil as the beginnings of us taking on the Latin American market.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Gene Murtagh, the chief executive of Kingspan, says he sees its recent entry into the Brazilian market as “the start of a push into Latin America” for(...)

Ulster’s Tommy Bowe: a huge tranche of the rugby community  would like to see him bow out in style in his final home match. Photograph: Giuseppe Fama/Inpho

Ulster v Glasgow Warriors Kingspan stadium (6.05pm, live on BBC 2) On a night when the Ravenhill faithful will be biding a fond farewell to two of (...)

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