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Publicans in Dublin have reacted angrily to the news they will have to further delay reopening their drink-only establishments. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Publicans in Dublin have reacted angrily to the news they will have to further delay reopening their drink-only establishments while such pubs in ever(...)

A sprinkle of positives results from Monday morning tests at Munster HQ in the University of Limerick could derail this weekend’s interpros. File photograph: Inpho

All eyes on Munster tests Rugby being cancelled in New Zealand just as it returns to Ireland is a sure sign that we will be feeling around in the dar(...)

 A lucky shopkeeper in Ballinrobe, Co Mayo is incredibly celebrating his third Lotto jackpot win. Photograph: Mac Innes

Mayo may not have got a cabinet minister in the new Government, but it does have Ireland’s latest lottery winner. There was one winner of the €2,824(...)

With the current 2m social distancing rule the Aviva Stadium would hold only 8,200 fans. Photo: Donall Farmer/Inpho

As long as the Government maintain the two-metre ruling on social distancing it will not make any financial sense for the IRFU, the provinces or the g(...)

Munster have been forced to pause the renewals of their season tickets for 2020-21. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Munster face the worst of the financial crisis caused by provinces being forced to cancel season tickets for 2020/21. An outstanding IRFU loan of €6.(...)

Aviva Stadium: “Even when the stadium is empty it still costs a phenomenal amount of money to keep it running. You have security, pitch maintenance, rates of €900,000, insurance before you open the door. There are staff costs on top of that,” said  stadium director Martin Murphy. Photograph: Gary Carr/Inpho

Brass tax. How long can the Aviva Stadium survive as a functioning business without supporters? “Not very long,” said stadium director Martin Murphy (...)

Maeve Culloty, MD of HPE Ireland, at Liffey Park Tech Campus: ‘Don’t listen to the naysayers.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s (HPE) Maeve Culloty knows all about being a visible female role model. In November she took over as managing director of (...)

Maeve Culloty is HPE Ireland’s new managing director.

HPE Ireland has appointed a new managing director, with Maeve Culloty stepping into the role. Ms Culloty began working with HPE Financial Services i(...)

HPE employs almost 700 people in Ireland, including at its offices in Kildare, pictured above, Dublin and Galway. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is set to appoint a new managing director for Ireland as the company grows its business. This is the first time the organ(...)

Lynne Parker: “Mischief is a really big part of theatre-making. Once you get pious and restricted you’re not going to have the fluidity that you need.”

Puck descends a staircase, strutting with fresh achievement, and everyone in the rehearsal room lights up. In the middle of the long playing space, w(...)

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