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A sign for a Covid vaccination centre in London on Monday. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

The UK has reported its sixth consecutive fall in daily coronavirus cases with 24,950 new infections recorded on Monday, the lowest figure for three w(...)

 Labour Party leader Sir Keir Starmer (right) leaving the Garden Museum in south London on Tuesday after holding a press conference. Photograph:  Justin Tallis/AFP via Getty Images

Keir Starmer has shattered Britain’s fragile, cross-party consensus on coronavirus, calling for a “circuit breaker” lockdown in England lasting two or(...)

Nursing homes have borne the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic in Ireland, accounting for 54 per cent of the 1,606 deaths from the virus in the State. File photograph: iStock/Getty Images

The State’s health watchdog will today raise major shortcomings in the oversight of care for the most vulnerable citizens in nursing homes, the people(...)

The latest disposal comes two months after the company first said it was looking into potential options for its payments arm

Software company Sage is to sell its payment processing unit Sage Pay for about £232 million (€271m) to Elavon, a payments company and unit of US Banc(...)

Ocrex founder and chief executive Brendan Woods

Irish technology company Ocrex, which trades as AutoEntry, has been snapped up by accounting software giant Sage for an undisclosed sum. Founded by B(...)

Some of the best value to be had eating out this summer is in the State’s finer establishments – just as long as you get in and get out early. Photograph: iStock

Restaurant owners bemoan the current environment for their business in Dublin. Luna, and Jo’Burger to are just two of the recent closures as restaurat(...)

Judge said the advocacy group Sage  should ensure what it says about the case is “accurate and comprehensive” and “does not give rise to a possible misunderstanding of the situation by members of the public”

A man in his sixties with severe epilepsy and brain disease who was at the centre of the first ever High Court sitting in a nursing home is to remain (...)

Sage chief executive  Stephen Kelly: company keen to “exploit embedded technologies”. Photograph: Bloomberg via Getty Images

It may be the largest software firm in the UK and the second biggest in Europe, but Sage isn’t necessarily a name that immediately springs to mind whe(...)

Alan Laing,  Sage’s chief executive for the UK and Ireland.

A failure to use technology to manage their businesses is costing Irish small enterprises an estimated €3 billion annually, a new survey has found. A(...)

A torture chamber in Phnom Penh. Photograph: Adrees Latif/Reuters

The Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment defines torture as “any act by which severe pain or suffe(...)

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