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Mayo’s 42km Great Western Greenway runs from Westport to Achill and is used by 250,000 people every year

The notion that we might willingly allow outsiders build pathways across our property is farcical considering our often craven, clawing grasp of land.(...)

Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Monday teatime and Mattie McGleenan is in the car, beating up the road to Dublin. The Cavan manager is headed for Abbotstown, there to take a training(...)

Opel finished 2016 with new cars sales of 7,888, representing a 5.38 per cent share of the market, down from 6 per cent in 2015. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

The distributor of Opel cars in Ireland saw its operating profits rise by 41 per cent in 2016, to over €1 million. It followed a 9 per cent rise in tu(...)

 Everton’s new signing Theo Walcott: “I have a new manager I have to impress and get the ball rolling.” Photograph: PA Wire

Having spent 12 years at Arsenal, scoring 108 goals in 397 appearances and helping the club win two FA Cups, Theo Walcott might have expected his depa(...)

Dnata: the company, which employs more than 40,000 people, made more than $300 million profit in 2017

More than 200 jobs have been announced across Ireland, with the high-voltage specialist H&MV Engineering to double its workforce in Limerick and t(...)

The court heard the pregnancy posed a massive risk considering Sarah O’Callaghan’s tumour, diagnosed as an unusual and aggressive form of throat cancer. File photograph: Collins Courts

A woman who sued over an alleged delay relating to a cancer diagnosis has settled her High Court action for €700,000. The settlement was made without (...)

Technology is playing an ever increasing role in asset management. Photograph: Getty Images
Funding the future

Ireland is home to 5 per cent of worldwide investment funds assets, making it the third largest global centre and the second largest in Europe, after (...)

Simon Harris  said that if it was the “sad reality that we have been exporting this issue, are we now accepting that women must import their own solutions”. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Abortion is a reality for women living in Ireland and is an issue that is not going to go away, Minister for Health Simon Harris has said. “Ultimatel(...)

Stephen Norman: ‘Opel Ireland is not, effectively a subsidiary of Vauxhall Motors, but a subsidiary of the Opel-Vauxhall group in Europe, acting just as any other major country’

Stephen Norman is not a man to be drawn on speculation. Appointed as the new managing director of both Vauxhall Motors in the UK, and Opel’s Irish ope(...)

Singer Dolores O’Riordan performs live at Dublin’s Castle on April 29th, 2000. Photograph: Ferran Paredes/Reuters

A band who were set to record a song with Dolores O’Riordan have said they are “heartbroken” the collaboration will not go ahead after the death of th(...)

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