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“In fairness, the singers were good customers. Along with songs, they were murdering large quantities of drink.”   Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

I was slightly concerned over the weekend to learn that one of my favourite Dublin pubs, the Gravediggers in Glasnevin, has introduced a credit card m(...)

The second Irish Quidditch Cup took place in Dublin’s Trinity College with the winning team going on to represent Ireland in the European Quidditch Cup Division 2 2019 in Poland

Twenty-five years ago the word quidditch barely existed in the English language. Today, not only is this term instantly-recognisable to legions of Har(...)

US House speaker Nancy Pelosi. Photograph: Michael Reynolds/EPA

Ambassadors from several European countries – including Irish ambassador to the United States Dan Mulhall – have urged US Congress to support the rece(...)

Central Bank of Ireland governor Philip Lane. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times.

Austria has dropped its plan to propose a new member of the European Central Bank’s Executive Board as it doesn’t see a suitable spot amid the impendi(...)

People putting  snow chains on their cars  during heavy snowfall near Untertauern, Austria. Photograph: . EPA/Christian Bruna

Europe’s Alpine regions are facing dangerous storms, avalanches and potential food shortages after days of snowfall have left Austrian and German town(...)

Market sources said that the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) plans to raise about €3 billion through the sale of 10-year bonds as early as Wednesday.

The Republic is set to test the market for the first time since the European Central Bank (ECB) ended its €2.6 trillion stimulus programme last month.(...)

Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban: “slave law” enforces   hundreds of hours of overtime without full or immediate compensation. Photograph: Akos Stiller/New York Times

Hungarian opposition groups and trade unions have pledged to hold more street protests and threatened to launch strike action, unless the nationalist (...)

Jysk, which  has more than 2,700 stores and 23,000 employees across 51 countries, is coming to Ireland

Danish home retail group Jysk plans to open 15 stores across Ireland over the next two years, creating more than 200 jobs in the process. The compan(...)

People attending the citizenship ceremony at  the University of Limerick in 2017. File photograph: Sean Curtin/True Media

The number of British nationals becoming Irish citizens has increased by nearly seven-fold in the past two years, rising from from 98 in 2016 to 665 i(...)

Austrian chancellor Sebastian Kurz: ‘In addition to the European plan ... we will take a national step.’ File photogragh: Robert Ghement/EPA

Having failed to broker a deal on a digital tax during its European Union presidency, Austria said on Saturday it planned to introduce its own levy o(...)

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