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Gael gáire: Kneecap

What: Rap as Gaeilge with lashings of humour Where: Belfast Why: It was inevitable that the reach of hip-hop would have an effect on Irish language (...)

Cairn Homes fell 2.2 per cent on the Iseq to €1.18.

European shares rallied on Wednesday as investors welcomed conciliatory talk from US president Donald Trump on trade and became more convinced that Br(...)

Asda is planning to merge with Sainsbury’s, although the deal is to be subjected to investigation after the Competition and Markets Authority said it raised sufficient concerns to be referred for an in-depth review. Photograph: Chris Radburn/PA Wire

UK supermarket giant Asda is to start consulting with staff over potential job losses next year, which could total almost 2,500, according to sources.(...)

Photograph: Barry’s Fireplaces

MAKE YOUR MARK A statement fireplace is the focal point of a room. The wood-burning Odin design by Dik Geurts pictured above makes the point by visib(...)

Patisserie Holdings chief executive Paul May has stepped down as a non-executive director at Restaurant Group.

The boss of Patisserie Valerie has resigned from the board of Restaurant Group in order to focus on his role at the cafe chain which just days earlier(...)

Vithit managing director and founder Gary Lavin: The drink is stocked by leading British retailers such as Tesco, Sainsburys, Boots and WH Smith

Vithit, the fast-growing vitamin drink manufacturer established by Dubliner Gary Lavin, is aiming for revenues of €40 million this year on the back of(...)

Asda has agreed a deal to merge with Sainsbury’s.

Asda, the UK’s third-largest supermarket chain and operator of 10 outlets in the North, said its same-store sales grew for a fifth consecutive quarter(...)

Butlins said the data at risk included names, home addresses, email addresses and telephone numbers.

Butlins has said up to 34,000 customer records may have been accessed by hackers. The holiday camp firm said the data at risk included names, home ad(...)

The story goes that Austrian soldiers didn’t like Venetian wines, so they took to adding soda water to punch up their acidity. So ‘spritz’ derives from the German word spritzer, ‘to spray’

It took Russell Norman a glass or two of wine to ask what the locals were drinking. This was Venice in the mid-00s and, in the city’s back-street bars(...)

Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange.

World stocks were flat on Wednesday amid growing anxiety ahead of Washington’s end of week deadline to impose tariffs on Chinese imports. The MSCI All(...)

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