Jersey

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Willie O’Dea had a 0.91 per cent stake in the business, according to its website. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Fianna Fáil TD Willie O’Dea and former minister Batt O’Keeffe have left the board of a UK property developer linked to the bulk sale of social housing(...)

Annie Maunder: faced barriers because of her gender

Trinity College Dublin has elected Linda Doyle as its new provost; after almost 430 years, Ireland’s oldest educational establishment will have its fi(...)

French fishing vessels  protesting  outside the harbour at St Helier, Jersey. Photograph: Gary Grimshaw/Bailiwick Express/PA Wire

The maritime drama off Jersey kept Britain entertained on Thursday as each of the actors played the parts and recited the lines that have been crowd-p(...)

A French fishing boat takes part in a protest in front of the port of Saint Helier off the British island of Jersey on Thursday. Photograph:  Sameer Al-Doumy/AFP via Getty Images

Why has British prime minister Boris Johnson sent royal navy patrol vessels to the waters around Jersey? The immediate threat to which the prime mini(...)

The British patrol ships are of a type that is generally armed with 20mm and 30mm guns and can carry 45 crew with as many as 50 Royal Marines, according to the ministry of defence website. File photograph: Getty Images

French fishermen have ended their protest off Jersey’s main port of St Hellier after talks aimed at resolving a dispute that has seen Britain and Fran(...)

Jersey Reds and Nottingham will be the first English rugby teams to play in front of supporters this year when they meet at Stade Santander International Stadium on Saturday.

Irish business Future Ticketing will help open the stadium doors to more than 1,000 rugby fans for the first time on Saturday when Jersey Reds clash w(...)

Paul O’Connell with Lions supporters during the 2009 tour of South Africa. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

The itinerary for the proposed British & Irish Lions tour of South Africa this summer, which is due to be confirmed on Tuesday, is expected to fea(...)

Accountants EY recently highlighted Dublin as the most popular destination for UK financial services businesses relocating in Brexit’s wake.

Multinational law firm Hatstone is establishing its EU base in the Republic through a deal with the partners of Tully Rinckey (Ireland). Hatstone has(...)

Exeter  director of rugby Rob Baxter. Photograph:  Dan Mullan/Getty Images

Exeter’s Rob Baxter has described the British and Irish Lions’ stance as “a little bit disingenuous” over player release ahead of this summer’s South (...)

Lives Lost: Anna O’Faherty from Donegal, 1929-2021.

This article is one of a series about people who have died with coronavirus in Ireland and among the diaspora. You can read more of them here. If you (...)

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