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A number of large wind-farms are already planned for the shallow banks off the east coast but in time technology will allow the development of floating wind farms in the far-deeper Atlantic waters off the west coast. Photograph: iStock

A major political row has erupted over new marine legislation that will pave the way for developing ocean power and offshore wind farms in future. Th(...)

 The aim of the sale by AIB is to keep as many borrowers in their homes as possible. Photograph: Tom Honan

AIB has sold a portfolio of underperforming loans to an “ethical” investment consortium, the first such transaction undertaken by a lender in the Repu(...)

Impossible Project founder Florian Kaps: “What makes the analogue so appealing in a digital world is that we are in the end human beings who are living through their senses and who are here to leave traces on earth. You just can’t do that with your mobile phone and digital data.”

“My mantra during the Impossible days was a quote by Edwin H Land: ‘Don’t undertake a project unless it is manifestly important and nearly impossible.(...)

The  Gate Theatre is to appoint an independent professional adviser to deal with allegations of sexual harassment

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar last night said it is “right and appropriate” that people who may have been affected by alleged sexual harassment or abuse of p(...)

 Gathering to mark the settlement between Paddy McKillen (front row centre) and the Barclay Brothers and members of McKillen’s team including Mike Aynsley (front row with glass in hand) and Richard Woodhouse (front row second from right)

For many years, Mark Hollingsworth has used his role as a journalist and author to spy on people and inveigle information useful to his wealthy client(...)

Thierry Jarnet riding Treve (centre) crosses the finishing line to win the Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe horse race at Longchamp, outside Paris, earlier this month.  There is a growing interest in Irish bloodstock in Qatar: Sheikh Fahad Al Thani of the Qatari royal family and Mubarak Al Naemi, chairman of the Qatar Owners’ and Breeders’ Association both invested in Irish stud farms recently. Photograph: AP Photo/Thibault Camus)

Increasing links between the Irish and Qatari horse industries was discussed yesterday when Minister for Agriculture Simon Coveney met Qatari business(...)