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The population of the EU was almost 513.5 million at the beginning of 2018

Ireland’s birth rate was the highest in the EU last year while the rate of deaths recorded here was the lowest, according to a newly-published Eurosta(...)

’On average women spend double the time of men on caring and almost twice as much time on housework’

Irish adults spend more than 30 hours a week on unpaid care provision and housework, the third-highest level in Europe according to new research. Th(...)

Lisa Smith: Her most likely exit from the al-Hawl camp in northeastern Syria is with the involvement of the International Committee of the Red Cross. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Lisa Smith has made a complex diplomatic situation even more difficult by doing media interviews in which she continues to stop well short of stepping(...)

The businessman gave evidence that he left Ireland permanently about 2004 or 2005 and had spent time in Italy, Germany, France, Spain and Portugal putting tarmac on driveways. The commission heard he had spent most of the last 20 years in Malta (pictured), where he had set up a company. Photograph: Reuters

An Irish businessman based in Malta has successfully challenged a tax demand for almost €1 million from the Criminal Assets Bureau (Cab). The marrie(...)

Miss Ellen’s Sweet Shop and Sweet Truck

It can often be a road less travelled, the decision to bring your product to the people rather than the other way around. But for one Irish entreprene(...)

Garda crime prevention officers say it is vital that trusted keyholders were asked to “keep an eye on” property left unoccupied during holidays.

People who share posts on social media while abroad on holidays this summer are at higher risk of being burgled by criminals living in their own commu(...)

Ryanair says it will switch six Malta-based aircraft on to the country’s register, and increase this number to 10 within three years

Ryanair confirmed on Tuesday that it will buy Malta Air in a move that will open more non-EU markets to the Irish airline. It emerged this week that (...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe on budget day last year. Asked whether he was dismayed at the fact the Government was ignoring IFAC’s advice, its chairman said: “The Government are ignoring their own advice and projections.”

The Government’s medium-term projections for the public finances are “not credible”, the State’s fiscal watchdog has said in its latest assessment of (...)

Easing of trade tensions between Mexico and the US lifted the mood of global markets.

Global stocks rose on Monday as US president Donald Trump suspended plans to hit Mexican imports with tariffs, easing trade war fears. DUBLIN Trade(...)

Ryanair already operates six aircraft at its Maltese base under its own brand, servicing more than 60 routes.

Ryanair is in advanced talks with the government of Malta to launch a new airline on the island called Malta Air, it is understood. Ryanair said on M(...)

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