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Global stocks recovered some of their recent losses on Tuesday and government bond yields retreated as investors bought back into riskier assets ahead(...)

Declan Fuller of Killarney Mountain Meitheal group undertakes the difficult work of clearing rhododendron in Killarney National Park. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan

Ten years ago Flor McCarthy realised he had a major problem on his farm in MacGillycuddy’s Reeks. Not only was land being taken over by rhododendron, (...)

Technology and communications stocks  were stronger in New York on Thursday. Photograph:  Angela Weiss/AFP via Getty

European stocks ended at a record high on Thursday after relief around property developer China Evergrande benefited China-focused mining stocks. In(...)

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European stocks were little changed on Thursday after concerns about US inflation spike offset some relief around property developer China Evergrande (...)

Building materials group CRH did some of the heavy lifting in Dublin, up more than 3%  to €40.79 on a positive read through from its peer Saint Gobain, which gave a positive update to markets

European stocks marked their best showing since July on Thursday, as easing oil and gas prices offered relief to investors worried about runaway infla(...)

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European stocks rallied in early trading on Thursday as easing oil and gas prices offered some relief to investors worried about runaway inflation. T(...)

Tipperary is leading the way in pup-friendly packages.

Leading the way Apparently inquiries about dog adoption rose by 134 per cent during the pandemic, but what do all those new dog owners do about a fam(...)

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European shares pulled back on Tuesday after hitting record highs a day earlier, as tobacco companies weighed on UK stocks and many regional indexes (...)

Ditch fast fashion for a slower, fairer style. Photograph: iStock

It’s the toxic relationship too many of us can’t quit. An impulse purchase here, a pick-me-up there. A quick scroll, a flirty click, a casual add-to-b(...)

was prosecuted on poaching charges under the Wildlife Acts  earlier this week. He was fined €300 and banned from holding a firearms licence for five years. Photograph: iStock

A man has been convicted of deer poaching in Co Wicklow following a “vigorously contested” prosecution that came a year-and-a-half after he was found (...)

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