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Ireland is among eight countries that have yet to levy fines for GDPR for breaches.

The financial services sector has incurred the greatest number of fines of any industry in Europe on due to breaches of the European Union’s General (...)

  Actor and climate podcaster Ceara Carney (right) and psychotherapist Louis Heath dressed as “sea gods” in Killiney Bay, Dublin, supporting Extinction Rebellion Ireland’s call on the Government to “turn the tide on its bid to tackle climate change”. Photograph: Gary O’ Neill

Campaign group Extinction Rebellion Ireland has called on the Government to act immediately to avert “calamitous consequences” of increasing temperatu(...)

 The monument depicting  Ivan Konev in Prague, Czech Republic. Photograph: Martin Divisek/EPA

“Svoikh ne brosayem,” Russian officials and military men like to declare in praise of their country’s loyalty to its people: “We don’t abandon our own(...)

Brendan Humphreys and his son Kolia in Helsinki

Working Abroad Q&A: Brendan Humphreys,  originally from Coolock in Dublin,  now lives in Helsinki, where he is a researcher and lecturer(...)

Stripe co-founders Patrick   and John Collison, whose company has announced that it is expanding into eight new European markets. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Payments technology company Stripe is set to expand its services into eight new countries, with the growth driven from its Dublin office. The company(...)

In 2016, 10.7 per cent of Ireland’s total land area was covered by forestry; the second lowest proportion in the EU. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Ireland’s status as a laggard in reducing carbon emissions has been confirmed by a new CSO report, which shows the Republic has the third highest emis(...)

Russian president Vladimir Putin: has encouraged a return to the cold war-era view of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact as a response to the appeasement of Hitler by Britain, France and other European states. Photograph: Alexey Nikolsky/Sputnik

Five states that were victims of an infamous Nazi-Soviet pact have urged Europe to fight disinformation and attempts to rewrite history, 80 years afte(...)

 European Commissioner for Agriculture Phil Hogan. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Government is “standing firmly” behind its nomination of Phil Hogan as Ireland’s next EU commissioner despite a demand for Taoiseach Leo Varadkar (...)

Ireland ranked 26th of 195 countries in the 2017 edition of the UN International Telecommunication Union’s Global Cybersecurity index.

How does Ireland fare on the cybersecurity front? It depends on who you ask. According to the 2017 edition of the UN International Telecommunicatio(...)

Garda crime prevention officers say it is vital that trusted keyholders were asked to “keep an eye on” property left unoccupied during holidays.

People who share posts on social media while abroad on holidays this summer are at higher risk of being burgled by criminals living in their own commu(...)

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