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Andrew McDowell, European Investment Bank vice president with Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform Paschal Donohoe and Barry Napier, chief executive at Cubic Telecom. Photograph: Andres Poveda

Irish technology company Cubic Telecom received €23.5 million in funding from the European Investment Bank (EIB), the company announced on Thursday, t(...)

The number of new homes built in Dublin tumbled 17 per cent in the three months ended June 30th, according to research by stockbrokers Goodbody.

Builders are slowing the rate at which they finish new homes as high prices put off potential buyers, a report published on Thursday says. The number(...)

The funeral of actor Karl Shiels takes place in Dublin today. Photograph: PA

The funeral Mass for Karl Shiels (47) has heard the actor “filled his life and lived it to the full”. Addressing a packed Church of Our Lady Mother (...)

The bypass cost nearly €350 million.  Photograph: M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy PPP Scheme website

Long tailbacks in Enniscorthy in the heart of Co Wexford are set to become a thing of the past as locals finally welcome the opening on Thursday of a (...)

Newly elected MEP Clare Daly has hired the son of her political colleague Mick Wallace as her European Parliament assistant. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Newly elected MEP Clare Daly has defended hiring the son of her political colleague Mick Wallace as a European Parliament assistant. Fionn A Wallace (...)

Teckro’s Gary Hughes: “People are attracted to a company where they can make a positive impact. Our products are very much focused on healthcare and new therapies.”

Life sciences tech company Teckro is adding 45 jobs in Dublin, doubling its current numbers in the city as it targets growth. Teckro, which uses inf(...)

Zara’s polka-dot dress. Photograph: Zara

Zara has produced an unexpected viral hit this summer: a relatively shapeless, long-sleeved, mid-length polka-dot dress. It has not been seen on any (...)

    Prof Alex (Archie)Thompson (retired), Emeritus Professor Luke Drury, DIAS, Hillary O’Donnell (former technician) at the launch at Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies of the programme of events for July to mark the 50th anniversary of the first humans landing on the moon as part of NASA’s Apollo 11 mission. Photograph Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Apollo 11 has a very special place in the history of Irish space research. Irish hands were among the first to take possession and evaluate moon rock (...)

US aviation unions accuse Norwegian Air of using its Irish subsidiary as a flag of convenience to hire pilots and crews cheaply from agencies.

US legislators want to ban so-called “flag of convenience” airlines in a move one says was prompted by Irish-registered Norwegian Air International’s (...)

Dr Ivana Dusparic, Ussher assistant Professor in Future Cities and the Internet of Things, TCD

We hear a lot about how connected devices can support smarter cities. What are you working on? “I look at how to co-ordinate connected devices using (...)

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