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Danish jewellery maker Pandora, sank 24.2% to a four-year low after cutting its sales and profit margin guidance  and announcing  400 job cuts

European shares rose on Tuesday and made their way back to positive territory for 2018 as investors cheered UniCredit results, oil prices boosted ener(...)

Minister for Transport  Shane Ross with  newly appointed directors  to public transport boards Liam O’Rourke (CIE), Suzy Byrne (Irish Rail), Elaine Howley (Dublin Bus) and Kevin Kelly (National Transport Authority). Photograph: Alan Betson

People with disabilities should have the same right to easily travel on public transport as able-bodied people, a newly appointed director to Irish Ra(...)

Dr Liam Morrison of NUI Galway, who has led a new study on the impact on human health of arsenic in seaweed used for animal feed, collecting samples of Ascophyllum Nodosum seaweed on the shoreline.

Arsenic found in a type of seaweed harvested on the Irish coastline for use as animal feed has a “negligible impact” on human health, a study led by a(...)

Minister for Health Simon Harris told the Cabinet last week that if agreement cannot be reached with the IMO, the State could unilaterally set its own fees. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Ministers have been warned that GPs may use Government promises to introduce abortion services by next year as a negotiating ploy to seek “significant(...)

A CGI of a redeveloped 3-6 Cardiff Lane in Dublin 2

An infill redevelopment site close to Facebook’s office in Dublin’s south docklands is on the market at more than €5 million through Savills. The 440(...)

Controversy came to light after terminally ill Limerick woman Vicky Phelan (above) settled a High Court action last month. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Government has agreed to provide an immediate ex-gratia payment of €2,000 to each woman affected by the CervicalCheck controversy. The Cabinet on(...)

About 40% of the revenue generated from corporation tax comes from 10 companies. Photograph: Getty Images

A shock to the State’s corporation tax base, which generated a record €8 billion last year, is more or less inevitable, economist Seamus Coffey has wa(...)

Coillte chief executive Fergal Leamy on the State’s view of forestry: “We just don’t get it yet” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The chief executive of Coillte estimates that output from Irish forestry will double in value to nearly €5 billion over the next 10 years, as the curr(...)

The Irish motor trade has responded to the release of the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission (CCPC)’s report into the use of Personal Cont(...)

AIB chief executive officer Bernard Byrne:  fund will  “help accelerate the provision of much-needed social housing and a sustainable property sector.” Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

AIB has set aside a €100 million for a new social housing development fund, which it hopes will accelerate the supply of much-needed homes. The fund(...)

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