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Galway International Arts Festival: Covid-19 stopped the event going ahead as planned for the first time in its 43-year-history. Photograph :Andrew Downes/xposure

Significant additional funding for the arts will be required in 2021 to address the extreme challenges the sector faces in the wake of the coronavirus(...)

Stobart Air operates the Aer Lingus Regional service under contract to the larger airline

Transport business Stobart Group did not comment on reports that it had bid around €460,000 for a stake in Aer Lingus Regional carrier, Stobart Air. (...)

Aer Lingus Regional operator Stobart Air   employs 500 people

Aer Lingus Regional operator Stobart Air is poised to seek court protection from creditors in coming days as Covid-19 travel bans continue to bite. D(...)

The majority of Dublin Bus’s 3,500 employees are male, including 96 per cent of its 2,500 drivers, who are more likely to be paid overtime rates than both other employees and female drivers. Photograph: Alan Betson

The base salaries of Dublin Bus’s female employees are on average 6 per cent higher than they are for male employees, though men still take home an av(...)

Irish businesses have grown exports of dairy products to Arab countries by 37 per cent to €140 million

Exports to Arab countries could more than double to almost €12 billion over the next 15 years, a new report says. The Republic sells goods and servic(...)

The Republic’s sole House of Fraser shop appears safe from the threat of closure hanging over some of the chain’s British branches. Photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP/Getty

The Republic’s sole House of Fraser outlet appears safe from the threat of closure hanging over some of the chain’s British branches. British busines(...)

About three-quarters of builders warned that the labour squeeze was hitting their ability to finish new homes and infrastructure on time.

Builders are struggling to hire skilled workers in key trades, hitting their ability to finish houses and infrastructure on time, a new study shows. (...)

“We are keen to ensure investors are not misled or misinformed about their investments in Irish-domiciled funds,” says Derville Rowland, the Central Bank’s director general, financial conduct. Photograph: Alan Betson

Regulators are investigating more than 2,000 Irish investment funds to ensure they are not misleading customers about charges and other issues. Large(...)

The group established to monitor reform at the Department of Justice has come out in strong support of a controversial proposal to create an independe(...)

Minister for Justice  Charlie Flanagan  speaking at a post budget press conference at Government Buildings. Photograph: Garrett White/ Collins

Not all of the Garda or Department of Justice reforms recommended require money and €10 million set aside in the budget to begin the reform process is(...)

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