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Ireland has the potential to deliver a world-class power system by 2030 with an electricity grid capable of operating with close to 100 per cent renewable energy, but it has to convince people of the benefits first, Eirgrid’s chief executive has said. File photograh: David Sleator/The Irish Times.

Ireland has the potential to deliver a world-class power system by 2030 with an electricity grid capable of operating with close to 100 per cent renew(...)

Belarusian opposition leader Svetlana Tikhanovskaya in front of the European Parliament in Brussels on Monday. Photograph: Stephanie Lecocq/EPA

The European Union’s member states failed to reach a consensus to impose sanctions on Belarusian officials in response to a rigged election and a crac(...)

The city of London financial district and the river Thames

Britain plans to buttress the City of London’s global competitiveness and openness once it moves outside the EU with new financial services sector leg(...)

Dr Ronan Glynn, acting chief medical officer.  Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

Public health officials have called on people to halve their social contacts over the new week, as almost 700 new Covid-19 cases were reported over th(...)

Containers are loaded on to trucks at Dover port. Photograph: Andy Rain/EPA

The Irish Road Haulage Association has urged the Government to help set up a fast, direct daily ferry service with continental Europe for lorries to a(...)

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The Government is bringing forward new legislation to recognise UK divorces in Ireland after the Brexit transition period expires at the end of the ye(...)

Ryanair flights to some 24 destinations currently account for some 81pc of all business at Cork Airport which has seen all other airlines cut services during Covid-19. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP via Getty

Ryanair has re-iterated its warning that it will close its operations at both Cork and Shannon Airports for the winter unless the Government adopts th(...)

Dublin Waste-to-Energy lights up in blue to honour healthcare and emergency services workers. Photograph: Chris Bellew/Fennell Photography

The Dublin Waste-to-Energy facility in Poolbeg turned blue in honour of frontline healthcare workers during the early part of the pandemic. It was an(...)

Ernest Blythe: cut the old-age pension by a shilling a week in his 1924 budget

One of the most “unlucky deeds” ever carried out by a minister for finance was when Ernest Blythe cut the old-age pension by one shilling per week in (...)

Photograph: Jim Wilson/The New York Times

Facebook said it may have to pull its social media platforms from Europe if a ban on the transfer of personal data from EU citizens to servers in the (...)

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