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An internal memo was ’sent in error’ to staff working at the Randox Teoranta plant. Image: Google

An internal memo instructing employees at a healthcare manufacturing and R&D plant in the Donegal Gaeltacht that they must speak English while at (...)

Ryanair has added an extra 75 Boeing 737 Max aircraft to its original order, bringing the total to 210 in a deal worth $22 billion (€18.1 billion), re(...)

Randox Teoranta: Medical diagnostics company  opened in Dungloe in 2008 and employs 110 people

Northern Irish medical diagnostics company Randox is building a new Covid testing laboratory at its Co Donegal facility, with capacity for up to 30,00(...)

The extraction lab where coronavirus is extracted and isolated from patient samples at Randox. Photograph: Alan Betson

In a week in which Irish lockdown restrictions eased and the world’s first Covid-19 vaccine was given approval, Randox, a Northern Irish diagnostics c(...)

Airports in the Republic are opening Covid-19 test centres as the State adopts a version of the EU’s traffic light system for safe travel

Two Covid screening centres offering tests priced between €99 and €159 each will open in Dublin Airport on Thursday. Diagnostics group Randox will op(...)

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency  has instructed Randox to recall all Randox test kits from NHS test and trace testing settings. Photograph: Getty

Up to 750,000 unused coronavirus testing kits manufactured by diagnostics company Randox have been recalled from care homes and individuals due to con(...)

Randox founder and managing director Peter FitzGerald. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker

Randox, the Antrim diagnostics company, is to invest £30 million in a new Covid-19 testing lab in a move that will lead to the creation of 200 new job(...)

Randox is currently working with the UK government to develop a new Covid-19 testing programme which will be offered to all NHS staff.

Randox, the Northern Ireland diagnostics company which has developed a rapid test to identify Covid-19, has confirmed it is no longer selling its coro(...)

A  medical worker at a drive-through  clinic to check for coronavirus infections in Seoul, South Korea. Photograph: EPA

How many people have been tested? By Monday, March 2nd, 397 people had been tested. By the following Monday (March 9th) a total of 1,784 people (...)

An Aer Lingus regional plane parked at Donegal airport. Photograph: Bryan O’ Brien/The Irish Times

A prominently located ad in Donegal Airport’s departures area poses a serious question: “Do you really need to leave?” Medical device maker Randox, i(...)

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