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Netwatch Group chief executive Kurt Takahashi says there is ‘great pride’ in the Irish business.

Netwatch Group, the security technology company that includes Carlow-based Netwatch (Ireland), is eyeing revenue growth in the wake of a pandemic-rela(...)

Tyrone celebrate their Ulster final victory over Monaghan at Croke Park. Photograph: Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Tyrone 0-16 Monaghan 0-15 Tyrone’s ceaseless whip-hand over Monaghan continues. For the fourth time in nine seasons, they ended their near neighbours(...)

HaloCare CEO David Walsh: ‘We know that outcomes for elderly people are far better when they are living in an environment that they know.’ Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Going global but staying local is what entrepreneur David Walsh is all about. The founder of Carlow-based security monitoring group Netwatch credits r(...)

Champagne Football is a book to enjoy now but also to look forward to rereading again in a decade, just to see how stranger than fiction it all was. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

The Best Champagne Football by Mark Tighe and Paul Rowan (Penguin, €12.99) We’re a mad little country at the back of it all. Where else (...)

HaloCare is the brainchild of David Walsh and Niall Kelly, the Irish founders of global remote monitoring security firm Netwatch, and entrepreneur Johnny Walker.

A new Irish software company co-founded by former Netwatch chief executive David Walsh aims to enable older people to live independently for longer. (...)

All remaining league games will be played without any spectators. Photograph: Philip McGowan/Inpho

More than seven months since the last kick of a ball, or 223 days to be exact, nowhere is the mood of uncertainty hanging over the conclusion of the A(...)

Cathal Cregg scored one of Roscommon’s two second-half goals against Kildare in Newbridge. Photograph:  Ryan Byrne/Inpho

Kildare 0-13 Roscommon 2-11 Cathal Cregg and Enda Smith hit the Kildare net in the last 17 minutes in Newbridge to breathe new life into Roscommon’s(...)

Racing 92’s Donnacha Ryan and Simon Zebo after the Heineken Champions Cup game against Munster at Thomond Park. Photograph: Ryan Byrne/Inpho

‘Ordinary Joe’ can be used by publishers to convince athletes and coaches of the need to hire a professional writer to work alongside them. Ironicall(...)

David Walsh, co-founder and chief executive of Netwatch. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

David Walsh will step down as chief executive of Carlow-based security monitoring group Netwatch at the end of this year, having co-founded the compan(...)

Kildare fans after the 2018 All-Ireland SFC qualifier win over Mayo at St Conleth’s Park in Newbridge. Photograph:  James Crombie/Inpho

The temperature was holding and the fever still hot and especially around the ice cream vans. Those first in headed straight for the shade, the rest (...)

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