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Many Leaving Cert students are still uncertain where their academic interests lie. Photograph: iStock

It may come as a surprise to many parents and students, but I often recommend that students who have secured an offer from the Central Applications Of(...)

Corre intends to sell new shares priced at €0.045 each. Photograph: Getty

Dutch company Corre Energy has announced plans to raise €10 million through an initial public offering (IPO) on Euronext Dublin. Established in 2018,(...)

When France, Germany and Britain asked US president Joe Biden to retain troops in Kabul airport past an agreed deadline to allow evacuations to continue, he refused. File photograph: Getty

Events in Afghanistan have reignited discussion of the European Union’s relationship with the United States and whether it has been overly dependent o(...)

As long as the car is part of the BMW PHEV range and is using the BMW Operating System 7 software it will automatically switch to all-electric power when it enters an eDrive Zone

BMW Ireland is rolling out its geofencing “eDrive Zones” technology for its fleet of plugin-hybrid cars, starting with areas of Dublin and Limerick. (...)

Storm Brendan batters Clontarf, January 2020. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Autumn is almost upon us, and with it comes the names for the storm season 2021-2022. The list reflects the tripartite influence of Met Éireann, the(...)

The decision by the UK government to accept teachers’ estimated grades without a standardisation process was always going to inflate performance. Photograph: iStock

I received a conditional offer of a place in a UK university earlier this year and am waiting to find out how I performed in my Leaving Cert results (...)

Hiring plans in construction, retail trade and services drove employment expectations higher by 1.2 points to 112.8 in the euro zone, its highest level since November 2018. Photograph: iStock

Euro zone economic sentiment eased more than expected in August from a record high in July, hit by a sharp drop in optimism in France and the Netherla(...)

The exterior of the Stedelijk Museum on the Museumplein in Amsterdam. Photograph: Koen Van Weel/ANP/AFP via Getty Images

A nine-year legal battle that has transfixed the international art world has come to an unexpected end with the decision by Amsterdam’s city council t(...)

An enterprise is deemed to be Irish-owned if over 50%  of its controlling interest is in the Republic. Photograph: iStock

Turnover generated by Irish multinationals abroad rose to almost €256 billion in 2019, with the UK and US accounting for almost 57 per cent of the tot(...)

A protest against the amendment to the Broadcasting Act, in Poznan. Photograph: Jakub Kaczmarczyk/EPA

Poland’s privately owned 24-hour television news channel has been granted a broadcasting licence by the Netherlands, which should allow it to remain o(...)

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