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Chief executive Terry Fox holding a re-cyclable and a compostible cup at Cup Print, Ballymaley Business Park, Ennis, Co Clare. Photograph: Eamon Ward

For many, the disposable coffee cup is the poster image for the waste scourge, used once, not recyclable, ending their short lives in landfill dumps, (...)

If you’re in the Cork area and ever fancied giving rowing a go, look no further than Rushbrooke Rowing Club

Sports clubs are not just a great way to keep your health and fitness on track, but they can give you a new way to meet people and socialise, especial(...)

Andrew Long at Ennis Court: he has pleaded not guilty to  assault causing harm

A woman has told a court in Co Clare that a HSE paramedic knocked her out when he placed his arm around her neck. At Ennis Circuit Court, Mary Nihill(...)

A man has appeared in court on 10 separate counts of dangerous driving across Ennis and east Clare during a single night. At Ennis District Court, A(...)

A gritting snow plough on the M50 near Ballymount during the snowfall associated with Storm Emma. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Airports All airlines operating out of Dublin Airport have suspended operations on Thursday with no flights likely to depart until Saturday at earli(...)

Commuters make their way in the snow this in Lucan, Co. Dublin. Photograph: Collins

Many key transport networks across the country will be shut down for large parts of Thursday and in some cases into Friday due to continuing blizzard-(...)

Kenny’s Bookshop in Galway was online long before Jeff Bezos set up Amazon

Viewed through a certain prism, the threat the online retail revolution poses for Irish businesses is terrifying and deadly. With internet giants doin(...)

Comedy show Father Ted ran between 1995 and 1998.

Hundreds of Father Ted fans are expected to flock to “Craggy Island”, normally known as Inis Mór, for Tedfest celebrations ahead of the 20th anniversa(...)

Grace Dyas: “I think everyone should have a house. It shouldn’t be that someone having a load of property means that someone else doesn’t.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

What is your death-row meal? Gary: Mine is a snack box from the Savoy chipper on the North Circular Road. It has to have a breast of chicken, it ha(...)

Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon with Northern Powerhouse director Henri Murison and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys at the launch of Enterprise Ireland’s Northern Powerhouse report. Photograph: Sam Boal/

Even with the threat of Brexit on the horizon there are “opportunities in the UK which are untapped from an Irish perspective”, Enterprise Ireland has(...)

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