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EY has recommended that INM sell its printing plant in Citywest

Independent News and Media should consider closing its printing plant in Citywest and outsourcing the activity to The Irish Times, according to a reco(...)

The International Transport Federation has called on Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan to suspend a scheme allowing non-EEA fishermen to crew Irish boats. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

KITTY HOLLAND Social Affairs Correspondent Sixteen fishermen from outside the EU, who gardaí suspect have been trafficked for exploitation in the i(...)

'The Western obsession with travel for travel’s sake is based upon the idea that the real substance of life is to be experienced in a place that is other.'

There are some sentiments which it is simply unacceptable to utter aloud without evoking the horror of everyone around you. Here is one such – I am no(...)

Young men burn e-waste at Agbogbloshie dump near Accra in Ghana, putting themselves at risk of serious illness. Many of them contract cancer while still in their 20s. Photograph: Cristina Aldehuela/AFP/Getty Images)

In the grim wetlands of Agbogbloshie in Ghana, the remains of technologies once used in homes now find others lives. Bulky old monitors are spaced out(...)

Baileys Almande, a ‘creamy’ alcoholic liqueur that combines almond oil and extract with vanilla.

Vegan-friendly Baileys A vegan-friendly, dairy-free beverage has joined the Baileys range, with the launch of Almande, a “creamy” alcoholic liqueur t(...)

Sir Richard Wallace aged 70. Photograph: Copyright The Wallace Collection

They are first and foremost places to watch the river of life float by, to enjoy a busking troubadour or catch a whiff of Gauloises smoke. The public (...)

 Roberto Arturo Lopez, a coffee farmer in Honduras, Juliet Arku Mensah of  Volta River Estates in  Ghana, and Dario Sotoabril, chief executive of Fairtrade International, at the launch of Fairtrade Fortnight in Dublin on Monday. Photograph:  Shane O’Neill

Sales of Fairtrade products in Ireland grew by 25 per cent in 2017, with consumer spending on the goods, which are sourced from producers who work in (...)

Akwasi Frimpong of Ghana during day six of the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games in South Korea.  Photograph: David Davies/PA Wire

One is a former illegal immigrant from Ghana who sold vacuum cleaners door to door to fund his “crazy” Winter Olympic dream. The other is a Jamaican w(...)

Guinness, owned by Diageo, is one of a number of Irish companies with a significant presence in Ghana. Photograph: iStock

The Republic has signed a double taxation agreement with Ghana in a move seen as an important step towards increased trade with West Africa. The agr(...)

Tullow Oil chief executive Paul McDade: “It’s a very strong outcome, it puts us in a great position to move forward with the growth of the company.”

Irish explorer Tullow Oil reported a surprise €18 million operating profit on Wednesday after three years in the red and said it expected the first oi(...)

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