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The High Court ruled in December that a €220m plan to upgrade the N28 road was properly assessed by An Bord Pleanála.

A campaign group representing up to 10,000 Co Cork residents is to seek to overturn a High Court decision which allows Transport Infrastructure Irelan(...)

The High Court  dismissed a challenge to An Bord Pleanála’s approval for the 14km M28 motorway between Cork and Ringaskiddy

A campaign group is to meet with its legal advisors this week to consider whether to lodge an appeal against a High Court decision to dismiss their ch(...)

Some 1,000 of Pfizer’s 3,800 staff in Ireland are members of the pension scheme in question. Photograph: Reuters

What we have, we hold – so goes the old trade union mantra. And that is clearly the strongly held view of union leaders at the the Ringaskiddy plant o(...)

About 1,000 Pfizer employees in Ireland are members of the defined benefit scheme. Photograph: Brendan McDermid/Reuters

US pharma giant Pfizer has acknowledged failure in its efforts to persuade unions at its Ringaskiddy plant to accept pension reforms. The unions at R(...)

Wave energy could  compliment other renewable energy forms  and provide greater energy self sufficiency, security and reliability

The jagged, splintered Irish western coastline is the geological result of the unrelenting pounding it has taken from powerful waves over millions of (...)

Revenues at a Ringaskiddy-based unit of pharma giant, Novartis last year increased by 3.5 per cent to 112.12 million. However pre-tax profits at Nova(...)

More than 240,000 passengers and crew including visited Cork in 2019.

Efforts by the cruise liner sector to minimise its environmental impact is seeing the industry continuing to grow and among the beneficiaries is the P(...)

The Connect trade union, which represents the craft workers concerned, said its members at Pfizer’s Ringaskiddy plant had rejected the proposals ‘quite decisively’. Photograph: Getty Images

A second trade union at US pharma giant Pfizer’s Ringaskiddy plant has voted against plans to reform the company’s pension plan. Craft workers at the(...)

Bishop Fintan Gavin: ‘Carrigaline is just one of the communities now heavily dependent on the pharmaceutical sector and this announcement by Novartis highlights the danger of our dependence on global companies.’ Photograph: Gerard McCarthy

Ireland must not be lured into a false sense of security by its reliance of foreign multinationals but instead should invest more in local indigenous (...)

Chairman of IDA Ireland Frank Ryan, Minister for Enterprise Heather Humphreys, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and IDA chief executive Martin Shanahan. Photograph: Chris Bellew /Fennell Photography

Sometimes even the best planning comes unstuck. IDA Ireland has long been planning a move out of its long-time home on Wilton Place. Any pluses from i(...)

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