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PBS president and chief executive Paula Kerger will speak at the event

The RTÉ Audience Council will invite members of the public next Monday to give their “views on what the future of public sector broadcasting in Ire(...)

Kepak, which bought ABP’s former Silvercrest plant in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, last month,   has confirmed that burger production has resumed at the plant.  Photographer: Mario Proenca/Bloomberg via Getty

The ABP Food Group, which was at the centre of the horse meat scandal, has announced plans to DNA-test almost a million cattle a year. The firm says t(...)

Prof John Horgan at the launch of the Press Council of Ireland Office of the Press Ombudsman annual report. Photograph: Eric Luke

TheJournal.ie’s application for membership to the Press Council of Ireland is “well underway” and will be processed soon, says the Press Ombudsman, Pr(...)

 Daithi O’Ceallaigh, Chairman, Press Council of Ireland (left), Conor Brady, and Professor John Horgan, Press Ombudsman, at the launch of the annual report 2012, in Dublin today. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Government should consider an Irish equivalent of France’s agreement with Google to set up a €60 million fund to assist the French newspaper secto(...)

 The Burger King logo hangs outside a Burger King restaurant

Burger King has signed a deal with Kepak that will it take supplies from the Ballybay meat plant at the centre of the horsemeat crisis. T(...)

Like most journalists, I’m widely regarded as an indispensable force for good in the battle to restore western civilisation. Oops, I’m co(...)

The 122 staff at Silvercrest will be transferred as part of the deal

Áine McMahon The ABP Food Group has agreed a deal to sell the Silvercrest facility at Ballybay, Co Monaghan, as part of its plan to exit (...)

Aine McMahon The ABP Food Group has agreed a deal to sell the Silvercrest facility at Ballybay, Co Monaghan, as part of its plan to exit (...)

Even the idea of a “royal charter” sounds almost quaint from this side of the Irish Sea but there’s been nothing genteel about the loud and mos(...)

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