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Johnny Ronan: apologises unreservedly for appearing to make light of coronavirus in a video. Photograph: Collins

Developer Johnny Ronan and former Olympian Philip Cassidy apologised on Wednesday after a video showing them joking in a South African bar about coron(...)

The Government wants renewable power to generate 70 per cent of the electricity used in the Republic by 2030. Photograph:  VCG

Irish group Shannon Energy and Danish company Obton plan to kick off a €300 million investment in the Republic by spending €60 million on plants that (...)

A United Airlines aircraft being loaded with cargo. The US airline has launched a cargo service between Dublin and Washington DC, operating three times a week

US carrier United Airlines has begun flying three cargo services a week between Dublin Airport and Washington DC. The airline confirmed on Monday th(...)

Flooring, Grass, Soccer - Sport, Spotted, Abstract

Irish technology developer Future Ticketing has struck deals with English Football League (EFL) clubs Fleetwood Town FC and Rochdale AFC. Future Tick(...)

Debenhams on Henry Street in Dublin on Thursday. The retail chain has announced that it is permanently closing all its stores in the Republic.  Photograph: Leah Farrell/RollingNews.ie

Coronavirus is poised to claim around 2,000 jobs with the closure of department store chain Debenhams’ shops in the Republic. The fashion and househ(...)

ESB pledged to pay the exchequer a dividend of €88 million from its 2019 profits.

Efforts to cut greenhouse gas emissions from its operations in the Republic are costing the ESB €60 million, according to the State-owned energy group(...)

Flutter Entertainment, which owns Paddy Power,  is scheduled to announce its financial results for 2019 on February 27th. Photograph: Michael Stephens/PA Wire

US gambling group Boyd Gaming says a deal with Paddy Power owner Flutter Entertainment is helping to lure new customers to its casinos. The news come(...)

Several companies in the O’Flynn group are suing former employees  saying they made a €12.5m profit on a student accommodation project at the business’s expense. The former employees deny the allegations. Photograph: iStock

Developer Michael O’Flynn was very unhappy that his group paid former investment manager Patrick Cox “extraordinary” fees of hundreds of thousands of (...)

Developer Michael O’Flynn told the High Court that Patrick Cox had downloaded 36,677 internal documents to an external hard drive in May 2015, months before he left. Photograph: Collins Courts

Developer Michael O’Flynn dismissed as “blackmail” allegations that his business kept the State’s National Asset Management Agency (Nama) in the dark(...)

Obton and Shannon Energy intend spending €300 million over three years on building solar farms that will generate up to 500MW of electricity.

Danish group Obton and Irish company Shannon Energy plan to spend €300 million building plants that will generate electricity from solar power in the(...)

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