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Easing of trade tensions between Mexico and the US lifted the mood of global markets.

Global stocks rose on Monday as US president Donald Trump suspended plans to hit Mexican imports with tariffs, easing trade war fears. DUBLIN Trade(...)

Now is the  time to rifle through the pages of the new crop of seed catalogues. Photograph: Richard Johnston

January- that mournful month of small, grey days and an invalid sun that hangs low and weak in the winter sky - is never an easy time of the year for (...)

Glen Matlock: “I think Sam Neill would make a great James Bond”

Favourite current book? I’m halfway through A Walk on the Wild Side by Nelson Algren. It’s about Fitz Linkhorn, a ne’er-do-well from the American Mid(...)

Hyundai’s come a long, long way and the i30N is the pinnacle of its achievements

If you were to compile a list of the worst cars of all time (and yes, that’s exactly what I like to spend my Saturday nights doing…) the Morris Marina(...)

Delivery charges give car dealers a  crucial bit of wiggle room when it comes to discounting.

If you order a new jumper, a pair of jeans, some DVDs, a book, or even some household cleaning products from almost any online source, chances are tha(...)

Following a record year in 2016 for the Irish hotel market, transaction volumes for the opening half of 2017 have returned to more normal levels after(...)

The La Cala resort, situated on 1,000 acres of the Costa del Sol in Spain

Irish hotel group FBD Hotels and Resorts has reported a 14 per cent increase in pre-tax profit to €7.2 million for 2016. Speaking to The Irish Times(...)

Wolseley said revenue grew 16.7 per cent to £4.27 billion in the three months ended April 30th.

Heating and plumbing supplier Wolseley forecast full-year trading profit in line with market expectations, as it reported a 9.5 per cent rise in third(...)

 Alison O’Reilly is through to the finals of BBC MasterChef

Dubliner Alison O’Reilly is through to finals week on BBC MasterChef. Just five amateur cooks remain in contention, from more than 25,000 applicants, (...)

Traders  on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange. Apple’s 1.3 per cent gain made it the top stock on the S&P and the Nasdaq. Photographer: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

US and European stocks pushed higher after financial firms rebounded from a six-week low as investors speculated selling sparked by US policy uncertai(...)

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