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Green Party leader Eamon Ryan at Leinster House in Dublin on Thursday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The leaders of Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael and the Green Party may meet next week to discuss government formation, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said. Mr Var(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has been  clear that a third party is needed, not just Independents, to form a new government. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

It has almost become a ritual at this stage: a dull paragraph landing in inboxes midweek to report the latest turn of the wheel in the slow bicycle ra(...)

For some people, remote working is not an emergency measure, but a way of life, one that allows them to live in areas that are lower cost, and become part of a community, organising events, being part of the local GAA organisation. Photograph: iStock

Why has it taken so long for employers to embrace the idea of remote working? The current coronavirus outbreak and the measures put in place to help a(...)

The not-for-profit, which started life as a WhatsApp group in 2018, now has over 60 local chapters across the State and 10,000 members

Grow Remote, a community project intended to increase employment opportunities in regional areas by connecting remote workers with companies looking t(...)

Increases in air traffic to Ireland will bring more than 30 new routes to Dublin, Cork, Shannon, Kerry, Ireland West, Belfast City and Belfast In(...)

Cork Airport: Almost 200,000 passengers passed through in October. Photograph: Daragh Mac Sweeney/Provision

Last month’s storms failed to halt growth at Cork Airport, which handled almost 200,000 passengers in October. More than 197,300 people flew to and f(...)

L&R, which owns the Intercontinental hotel, formerly the Four Seasons, in Dublin’s Ballsbridge, was recently brought on board by Mr Smyth to fund his bid. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

London & Regional, a property company owned by the UK billionaire Livingstone brothers, has replaced Brown Thomas owner Galen Weston as backers of(...)

The five-star Four Seasons Hotel in Ballsbridge, Dublin: accounts lodged by the company that operates the 197-bedroom hotel show that the firm recorded pre-tax losses of €2.8 million in the 12 months to the end of October 31st last year, in spite of a sharp increase in revenues.

Pre-tax losses increased almost threefold last year to €2.8 million at the firm that operates the exclusive five- star Four Seasons Hotel in Dublin.Ac(...)