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Tony Abbott, Australia’s prime minister, said he was “worried and concerned” by ABC’s reporting of leaks concerning Australia from US whistleblower Edward Snowden. Photograph: Jason Alden/Bloomberg

Australia’s conservative prime minister Tony Abbott was a journalist in the 1980s, but that hasn’t stopped him getting very close to calling for news (...)

Is the social media giant doomed to extinction? Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg

Facebook has spread like an infectious disease but we are slowly becoming immune to its attractions, and the platform will be largely abandoned by 201(...)

1 Which five companies were admitted to trading on the Irish Stock Exchange in 2013? 2 Which companies will Ervia oversee next year? 3 Ryan(...)

Mark Little: set to get about €5 million from €18 million sale of Storyful. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former RTÉ broadcaster Mark Little hit pay dirt yesterday when he sold his social media news agency, Storyful, to News Corp for €18 million, pocketing(...)

Mark Little said News Corp was a “dream partner” for Storyful, which he said would hire up to 10 new technology staff in Dublin next year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Former RTÉ broadcaster Mark Little, who left the station in 2010 to set up technology company Storyful, will earn about €5 million after selling th(...)

England’s Prince William photographed which  Kate Middleton during a visit to the St Andrews Museum in  2011.   The News of the World hacked voicemail messages from the prince to Ms Middleton, a court was told today. Photograph: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire
Kate Middleton ‘voicemails hacked’
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  • December 19, 2013, 14:52

The News of the World hacked voicemail messages from Prince William to Kate Middleton, including one in which he “nearly got shot” by blank rounds in (...)

UPC held its annual Christmas lunch on Wednesday, the first festive media outing for its new chief executive, the genial Magnus Ternsjo from Sweden. E(...)

Gay Byrne presenting his show on RTÉ Lyric FM. Photograph: Alan Betson

In studio Gay Byrne is a vision in cornflower cashmere. He has his newspaper clippings, which he reads out during the show, carefully pasted on to A4 (...)

Surfers carrying their boards walk past two women sunbathing and a sign warning swimmers of dangerous surf conditions on an autumn day at Sydney’s Manly Beach today. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters

After 22 years of unbroken prosperity, Australia now faces “serious economic challenges”, the inaugural Australia Lecture in Dublin heard last nigh(...)

“My essential views, as those who most dislike this column would point out, haven’t changed much.” Photograph: Claire Keogh/Provision

Not many people get to read their own obituary. I will have something like that dubious pleasure tomorrow, though – sorry to disappoint so many people(...)

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