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The new plants Intel is planning would be part of a drive by the US group to build cutting-edge manufacturing capacity in Europe to help avoid future supply shortages of the kind currently crippling the automotive industry in particular. Photograph: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg

The Republic looks to be facing stiff competition from Germany and Italy in the race to secure a major new Intel investment. Rome is drawing up an o(...)

Micheál Martin spoke as EU leaders gathered in Brussels to discuss the contentious issue of migration amid a deteriorating situation on the union’s eastern border. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/Pool/AFP via Getty

The traffic of people from the Middle East to the borders of the European Union by the Belarus regime as a tactic to pressure member states is “morall(...)

EPIC, the Irish Emigration Museum,  has been voted Europe’s leading visitor experience for the third year in a row.

For a record breaking third successive year a small museum in Dublin has seen off some of the largest and most famous visitor experiences in the world(...)

Dublin city centre. Dr Brian Caulfield of TCD is concerned whether enough care will be taken when permitting the use of e-scooters to ensure we don’t face the sort of issues that have affected other cities across Europe. Photograph: iStock

Ready, set, go? After what seems like forever it looks as though e-scooters will soon be legally permitted on Irish roads. The Government approved dra(...)

Edwards Lifesciences CEO Mike Mussallem:  investment shows “confidence in the midwest of Ireland”. Photograph: Diarmuid Greene

US medical device business Edwards Lifesciences is to create an additional 250 jobs at its Limerick manufacturing site, bringing the total number empl(...)

Fergal Black, of the Irish Prison Service, said prisons were ‘full of poor people...Not just poor economically, but also poor emotionally, educationally, socially and in the context of their health status’. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Many Travellers have their first positive experience of school in prison, an Oireachtas committee heard on Thursday. Anne Costello, coordinator of th(...)

Poland’s prime minister Mateusz Morawiecki arriving at the EU summit in Brussels on Thursday. Photograph: Olivier Hoslet/POOL/AFP via Getty Images

European Union leaders attempted to talk Poland down from an audacious challenge to the EU’s legal order at a tense summit in Brussels on Thursday tha(...)

Shares in luxury goods and Birkin bag maker Hermès rose 1.41 per cent to €1,328 after it reported strong quarterly sales. Photograph: Romeo Gacad/AFP via Getty

European markets steadied on Thursday as mining stocks fell on property developer China Evergrande’s woes. DUBLIN A difficult day for Dublin’s heavy(...)

European stocks retreated from six-week highs on Thursday, with miners leading the declines on renewed concerns about China’s property sector, while mixed quarterly updates from companies dampened risk appetite.

European stocks retreated from six-week highs on Thursday, with miners leading the declines on renewed concerns about China’s property sector, while m(...)

Covid-19: the European Commission has compiled a list of scientifically validated antigen tests. Photograph: E+/iStock/Getty

I read that the Government is introducing antigen tests to help prevent the further spread of Covid-19. How will this work? Fully vaccinated close con(...)

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