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Niamh Brown and Mary Conlon (and Nelly) at Ormston House cultural centre. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

On May 24th, alongside the local and European elections and a referendum changing the divorce law, the people of Limerick, Waterford and Cork will be (...)

Climate change has become for companies as investors seek information about their greenhouse gas emissions.  Picture Nick Bradshaw

Companies throughout the world are to be challenged to reveal annually the full extent of their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions at the launch of an ini(...)

 Photograph: Trinity Mirror, now called Reach,  agreed to pay £127 million (€144 million) in cash and shares to buy rival titles The Daily Express and Daily Star. Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

The Irish competition authority has decided to carry a “phase two” investigation into the proposed acquisition by the UK’s Trinity Mirror group of a 5(...)

The two newspaper titles owned by Express Newspapers alongside The Mirror newspaper, which is owned by Trinity Mirror. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Reuters

The publisher of the UK’s Daily Mirror was cleared to buy rival tabloids the Daily Express, Daily Star and OK! magazine on Wednesday, with the UK gove(...)

Microsoft is due to publish its financial results on Thursday. Photograph: Brian Snyder/Reuters

Monday Results: BlackRock, Netflix Indicators: Irish balance of trade (May); euro zone inflation (Jun) Meetings: Social Justice Ireland launch of(...)

Mr Noonan acknowledged that there was pressure on the Government to provide finance for infrastructure spending but said there should be no reason to raid the rainy day fund, which was announced in last year’s budget and is due to be established in 2019.

There should be no need for the incoming taoiseach Leo Varadkar to raid the proposed “rainy day fund” to pay for infrastructure spending, the Minister(...)

Limerick City and County Council’s chief executive Conn Murray: he said over the last three years, multinationals have committed to creating 7,800 jobs in Limerick. Photograph: Liam Burke/Press 22

Limerick “Twenty Thirty” is essentially taking the place of private sector developers and spending €500 million to kick-start the revival of the city’(...)

Operating in Ireland since 1989, Northern Trust provides asset and fund administration services to businesses and individuals.

Banking group Northern Trust is to expand its operations in Limerick creating 300 new jobs over the next three years.This is the US firm’s second majo(...)