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Square has an e-money licence from the Central Bank of Ireland, which allows it operate elsewhere in Europe. Photograph: iStock

Payments and hardware solution provider Square has launched its services to businesses in Ireland, following a trial of the offering earlier in the ye(...)

L-R: Hilliard Lombard of BiaVest, husband and wife team Rachel and Brian Nolan of Nobo, and David McKiernan of BiaVest. Photograph:  Aisling McCoy

BiaVest, a food-focused investment firm, has taken a stake in Nobó, a dairy-free ice-cream and chocolate producer founded by a Dublin-based husband an(...)

Workers should be provided with suitable facemasks and other essential personal protective equipment (PPE), the union said.

Industry Correspondent Face masks should be made mandatory for workers on building sites, one of the main construction trade unions has said. The Co(...)

Sinead Delaney of Phoenix swimming club celebrates after winning the 100th Liffey Swim women’s race,. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A 15-year-old boy and a 38-year-old garda, both from Co Meath, were the winners of this year’s Liffey Swim. Teenager Mark Hanley, who is a membe(...)

Ireland should be particularly concerned about unemployment levels for both households and young people

Ireland should be particularly concerned about unemployment levels for both households and young people in light of today’s Unicef report, a leading i(...)

Brian Nolan, who was awarded €310,000 over a defamatory newspaper article describing him as the “king of the swingers”, must be paid €50,000 within 36 days as a condition of the paper being allowed to appeal the award, the High Court has ruled.

A former Kildare county footballer awarded €310,000 over a newspaper article describing him as the “king of the swingers” must be paid €50,000 within (...)

Kildare’s Brian Nolan (left) and Dublin’s Paul Curran during the 1993 football league. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

A former Kildare Gaelic footballer has been awarded €310,000 damages after a High Court judge found he was “grossly defamed” in two Sunday World artic(...)

Former Kildare Gaelic footballer Brian  Nolan  at Washington Street courthouse in Cork city. Photograph: Daragh McSweeney/Cork Courts

A judge has reserved judgment in the case of a former Kildare Gaelic footballer who is suing the Sunday World newspaper for defamation and breach of (...)

The Sunday World is being sued for defamation and invasion of privacy. File photograph: Getty Images

A former inter-county Gaelic footballer said he told a newspaper reporter that he would give him the names of others who attended a swingers’ party if(...)

The conference heard income growth in Ireland was flat during the 1970s and 1980s but then rose sharply until 2008

Rising income inequality in parts of the UK has been widely blamed for the British vote to leave the EU, but it is “very hard” to pin down a direct co(...)

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