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Mayo goalkeeper Rob Hennelly is unable to keep out Paul Mannion’s early goal. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Mayo 0-12 Dublin 2-10 If ever you saw a four-point hiding, this was it. Dublin stretched their record against Mayo under Jim Gavin to 10 wins from 13(...)

EuroMillions winner Dolores McNamara invested in Detroit property.

It’s that time of year where we round up the top 10 business stories online. And a bit like Manchester United, Budget 2018 was stuck in second place. (...)

International athletics athlete Thomas Barr with students from Newpark Comprehensive School, Blackrock, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

So little time and so many teachers to talk to is a common complaint about teacher-parent meetings at secondary schools. But teachers of one subject a(...)

The North leads the UK in terms of jobs established as a result of tech-focused FDI with an average of 95 roles created by each inward investment into the region.

The amount of tech-related foreign direct investment (FDI) into Northern Ireland remains low compared to the rest of the UK. However, the region ranks(...)

Hilton Charlemont Place, Dublin:  In the four-star Hilton category Paris was more expensive than Dublin but London was cheaper.

New Zealand-based tourism expert Michael Hall hit out at “rip-off” Dublin when he went to book a hotel for two nights this weekend. It was €400 for o(...)

A night in Dublin will set you back about €186,  the second most expensive in our selection of cities.

New Zealand tourism expert Prof Michael Hall said on Thursday that he would never recommend a short break in Dublin because the city is a “rip-off”. (...)

 Mayfield Eatery on Terenure Road North: an  old butcher shop that was turned it into ‘a tiny neighbourhood restaurant with real personality’. Photograph: Alan Betson

International tourism expert Prof Michael Hall has said he would never recommend Dublin to anyone for a short break as the city is a “rip-off”. The p(...)

A stag party pictured in Temple Bar, Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

An international tourism expert has said he would never recommend Dublin to anyone for a short break as the city is a “rip-off”. Professor Michael H(...)

The weakness of sterling has affected cross-border trade patterns already, according to EY. Photograph: Owen Humphreys/PA Wire

The resilience of the Irish economy is likely to be tested in an “uncertain” 2017 but it will grow by an average of 2.7 per cent per year over the nex(...)

British  chancellor of the exchequer  Philip Hammond, who delivered his autumn statement this week.  Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/AFP/Getty Images

Northern Ireland’s proposed lower rate of corporation tax of 12.5 per cent from April 2018 will “will not be enough to attract inward investment on i(...)

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