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 Alana Kirk with her daughters at the Women’s March in Dublin on Saturday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

If I asked my children how they might like to spend their Saturday afternoon, marching through town in the freezing cold would not be high up on their(...)

The S&P 500 and Nasdaq trimmed early gain but remained higher in early afternoon trading. Photograph: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

European shares rose on Friday aided by a strong performance from the region’s banks. DUBLIN The Irish market performed in line with its European pe(...)

Seán Canney (2nd from left) with his Independent Alliance colleagues. He predicted that public service pay, rather than Brexit or Donald Trump’s election, will put the biggest pressure on the Government. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Shane Ross is being unfairly targeted by the media because of his history as a journalist, his Independent Alliance colleague, Seán Canney, has said.(...)

The greenback rose to $1.0367 against the euro by the time European markets closed. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

The dollar soared against the euro on Thursday to levels not seen since late 2002 after the US Federal Reserve signalled it is likely to increase inte(...)

CRH, which generates about 40%  of its profits in the US, advancing 1.3%

CRH and Bank of Ireland stood out as strong spots on a buoyant Iseq index on Thursday as European stocks moved higher as the US Federal Reserve’s rate(...)

Trinity College is also selling up shares in two companies linked to the Dakota access pipeline in North Dakota. Photograph: Alyssa Schukar/New York Times

Trinity College Dublin has moved to sell as much as €6 million of fossil fuel company shares, including ExxonMobil and BP. The university’s endowme(...)

A woman walks past posters from the far-right political movement Casapound calling for a “No” vote in the constitutional referendum in Rome. Photograph: Filippo Monteforte/Getty Images

Traders in Dublin will have their eyes on New Zealand on Sunday night as polls close in Italy’s landmark referendum – or, more precisely, on New Zeal(...)

Britain’s businesses need clarity on Brexit, prime minister Theresa May has acknowledged, but she failed to provide much further illumination yesterda(...)

Demonstrators protest on sidelines of  COP22 climate conference in Marrakesh, Morocco, on Sunday. Photograph: Fadel Senna/AFP/Getty Images

It is unwise to write history when you’re living through it. Seemingly unremarkable events in their time may be judged very harshly with the benefit o(...)

Nell McCafferty graduated from Queen’s University Belfast with a BA degree in 1964. Photograph: Court Collins

It may have been over half a century since she first graduated from the groves of academe but feminist and civil rights campaigner Nell McCafferty ha(...)

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