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A model at the Limerick School of Art and Design’s fashion show

A fashion incubator centre, the first of its kind in Ireland, is to be established next year by the Limerick School of Art & Design to nurt(...)

 Neither of the gas interconnectors with Britain, built at a total cost of €600 million, can be used to export gas from here, as when they were built in 1993 and 2003 the Government was focused on securing supplies to meet high projected demand. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

State company Bord Gáis Networks is to investigate whether there is a need to invest €200 million in re-engineering its interconnectors with Br(...)

Model Amber Jean Rowan wears one of the creations showcased at The Limerick School of Art & Design, LIT, Fashion Show. Photograph: Patrick McHugh

Fashion designs inspired by a myriad of themes ranging from Barbie dolls to the East End gangsters The Kray twins were showcased at this year’s(...)

From January 1st next year all statutory responsibilities for water services, together with all water and sewage infrastructure currently controlled by local authorities, will transfer to Irish Water.

Assistant city manager Séamus Lyons said it remained unclear which services would be transferred to the new utility and how local author(...)

Vodafone Ireland is among the companies shortlisted for the Bord Gáis Energy Social Media Awards.

  Universal Pictures Ireland, Cow and Gate, Dublin Zoo and The Carphone Warehouse are among the companies shortlisted for the Bord Gáis En(...)

Outside. I’d forgotten how great it is, and not in a George Michael kind of way. Those poor, tormented people who live in California and the like d(...)

Barryroe,  a Providence interest off the Cork coast, which could potentially be the next commercial field in the Republic’s waters. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

A single commercial oil or gas find in Irish waters could provide close to 800 jobs for 31 years and deliver €4.5 billion in corporate taxes to(...)

Lower wholesale gas and Brent crude costs helped push down energy prices, after the coldest March in 50 years drove prices to a record high. Photograph: Retuters/Nerijus Adomaitis

Energy prices fell 12 per cent last month after hitting a peak in March, according to the latest Bord Gáís Energy Index. Lower wholesale(...)

TODAYResults: Amtech Systems; Italcementi Indicators: European Retail Sales. (Mar); European Sentix Investor Confidence (May); German (...)

Bord Gais has begun the sale of its energy division, which supplies electricity and natural gas to businesses and consumers, opening the door to potential bidders.

Bord Gáis formally kicked off the first of what will be two bidding rounds for its energy division, which the State-owned comp(...)

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