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Chief Justice Frank Clarke, speaking at Fordham University in New York, said there is an opportunity for Ireland to act in a significantly expanded way in dispute resolution in international litigation.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Brexit will create a significant opportunity for Ireland to become a centre for international dispute resolution, the Chief Justice, Frank Clarke, has(...)

A demonstrator holds a sign that reads “Brexit. Is it worth it?” whilst draped in European Union (EU) and Union flags, as he protests outside the Houses of Parliament London. Bank of England governor Mark Carney and chancellor Philip Hammond warned ministers yesterday of the potentially massive cost of a no deal Brexit. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty Images

Bank of England governor Mark Carney has delivered a “chilling” warning to Theresa May’s cabinet that a no-deal Brexit could lead to economic chaos, i(...)

La Touche House on Grove Road in Dublin 6 is for sale for €3.3 million

A refurbished office investment in Rathmines is on the market at €3.3 million through new agent Acres (which stands for All Commercial Real Estate Ser(...)

Nigel Coen and Julie Meehan with their daughters Amie  (4)  and Clarion Coen (7), with the school’s co-founders Maura Duignan and Gayle Nagle at Sligo Sudbury School. Photograph: James Connolly

As thousands of children settle back into classrooms under the watchful eye of their teachers, students at a new school in rural Co Sligo will be free(...)

Portugal: the Algarve has dramatic cliffs and golden sandy beaches. Photograph: Getty

After an extraordinary summer, when conflicted travel agents dreamed of rain, while rushing to get the barbecue out and plan al fresco family adventur(...)

At the moment, EU states are free to apply common rules against money laundering in different manners, a situation that has led to poor supervision in some cases. Photograph: iStock

European Union regulators have drawn up a preliminary plan for a possible tightening of rules against money laundering after a series of high-level ca(...)

Victims advocate Marie Collins (right) with Prof Gabriel Dy-Liacco of the  pontifical commission for the protection of minors (left) at  the World Meeting of Families at the RDS in Dublin last week. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

With a few exceptions, Christianity is slowly dying in the developed world. There are lots of reasons but the failure by the Catholic Church worldwide(...)

Lisa Carson: “Malta is open for business so check it out. Rents aren’t as high as Dublin and there are opportunities if you put in the work.”

Moving to Malta during the height of the recession in 2012 proved to offer much more than a lifeline for Lisa Carson. It turned out to be a great care(...)

The partnership with Air Malta is the same as the one that Ryanair agreed earlier this year with Air Europa.

Ryanair customers will be able to book flights from Malta to destinations in Africa, Asia, Europe and Russia following a deal struck by the Irish airl(...)

Aquarius crew members hand over life-jackets to migrants on a wooden boat, off the Libyan coast. Photograph: SOS Méditerranée/Stringer/AFP/Getty Images

Five EU countries agreed on Tuesday to take in 141 migrants currently on board the Mediterranean rescue ship Aquarius, prompting Malta to say it would(...)

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