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“In the Facebook generation we are all publishers; every one of us is a Rupert Murdoch.”

Serious questions need to be addressed as to whether society wants to see its children criminalised under the law for abusing social media, a c(...)

Colin Gleeson State agencies last night came in for heavy criticism from communities around the country after widespread flooding caused (...)

Wilkie’s organic bean-to-bar chocolate.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Bean-to-bar is big news in the chocolate world. The US has been leading the way as small artisans set about procuring cocoa beans, roasting and(...)

Development levies are imposed by local authorities as a condition of planning permission for the cost of providing special services, such as a new roads or relocation of pipes.

EOIN BURKE-KENNEDY Property developers owe city and county councils more than €750 million in unpaid levies associated with planning perm(...)

Inside Track: Vanessa Greenwood, founder of Cooks Academy What distinguishes your business from competitors? We could t(...)

Bill O'Herlihy takes over from James Morris. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

RONAN McGREEVY Veteran RTÉ broadcaster and public relations executive B ill O’Herlihy has been appointed as the chairman designate of the(...)

Tribute to Dardis Clarke

Sir, – I never met Dardis Clarke – clearly my loss – but I was moved by such a wonderful tribute to him from Hilary Fannin (Fiftysomething, Mar(...)

Josephine Feehily speaking at a recent  press briefing by Revenue on the local property tax. Photograph: David Sleator

The new property valuation pages on Revenue’s website have come in for criticism for being confusing and vague and for taking no account of the act(...)

Here come the brides

I have been excited about this wedding for weeks. Ridiculously so. The night before, it is hard to find sleep. Lying in bed, I am wonder(...)

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