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Bumi, the scandal-hit mining group, has revealed a $200 million black hole at its main subsidiary, as it released much-delayed financial results for 2(...)

The European Union has agreed to put an end to decades of over-fishing and rebuild dwindling stocks by 2020, as part of a deal to overhaul the union’s fisheries policy. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Minister for the Marine Simon Coveney has welcomed a deal reached by the EU that will put an end to decades of over-fishing and rebuild dwindling stoc(...)

Carbery Group’s flavours unit Synergy yesterday unveiled its new plant in Bangkok which will form the basis for its expansion plans in Thailand(...)

Twitter reaction to the announcement of Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson’s retirement was at its busiest at 9.34am yesterday, 17 minutes after the soccer club tweeted the news. Photograph: Reuters/Phil Noble

Reaction to the announcement by Manchester United that Alex Ferguson is to retire as manager of the soccer club dominated social media yesterday(...)

Bumi is working to separate from its other Indonesian coal affiliate PT Bumi Resources

Bumi, the coal company at the centre of dispute between co-founders Nathaniel Rothschild and Indonesia's Bakrie family, said it hasn’t uncovere(...)

From left, Clement Attlee, Harry Truman and Joseph Stalin at the Potsdam Conference in July 1945

In a hotel room in Soho, the American historian Peter Kuznick starts telling me about the origins of his and Oliver Stone’s television series, The (...)

In the first couple of decades after the second World War, limits on cross-border money flows were widely considered good policy. Photograph: Alan Betson

Whatever the final outcome in the Cyprus crisis, one thing seems certain: for the time being, and probably for years to come, the island natio(...)

Dr Mari Pangestu: “The question for a developing country is how to achieve environmental sustainability and still have development. You can’t just say stop cutting down trees, no more fishing, no more palm oil, because then how are people to live?” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Over lunch in Dublin this week, Indonesia ’s minister of tourism and creative economy, Dr Mari Elka Pangestu, recalled a visit to her home some(...)

The Government are urging people to avoid excessive drinking during St Patrick’s Day festivities. Photograph Johnny Green/PA Wire

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore has appealed to people to avoid the excessive drinking that sometimes mars St Patrick’s(...)

Michael Noonan will be the most senior minister in the country on St Patrick’s Day

A total of 20 Government representatives will travel abroad to represent Ireland on St Patrick’s Day. The Government Chief Whip will go (...)

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