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Will Electric Ireland shed some light on this situation?

John Healy writes to say his grandson has been confronted with a “truly Orwellian situation” when dealing with Electric Ireland. John’s grandson is(...)

The European Parliament has approved plans that would force food producers to identify the country of origin of meat used as an ingredient in processed foods.  File photograph: Patrick Seeger/EPA

The European Parliament has given its backing to plans that would force food producers to identify the country of origin of meat used as an ingredient(...)

“The (European) Commission went to the industry lobby groups and asked if more transparent labelling would cost more, so of course it said it would,” said Sinn Féin MEP Lynn Boylan. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Department of Agriculture has expressed serious reservations about proposals before the European Parliament which would force producers to supply (...)

An Post’s latest “love stamp” is the ninth of its kind and comes in pink, red and yellow at €6.80 per book.

In a nod to what is likely to be a very big talking point in 2015, An Post has described its new, almost rainbow-coloured love stamp as being ideal fo(...)

The new Central Bank rules on mortgage lending have divided opinion. Hugh Linehan and Conor Pope thrash out the pros and cons. Photograph: Daniel O’Connor.

Hugh Linehan: Conor, like you, I’ve been following with interest the debate following the announcement of the Central Bank’s new rules for mortgage l(...)

A Brazilian Contemporary Cultural Centre has come up with a novel way of engaging social media users with literature. Barco’s thinking seems to be tha(...)

Wow Air, which uses A320 and A321 craft, is a relative newcomer to the international jet set, having been set up in 2011 by Icelandic entrepreneur Skúli Mogensen.

The first salvo in what could become a transatlantic price war has been fired by a low-fare Icelandic airline which is promising to fly people from Du(...)

People take part in the anti-water charges rally crossing the Talbot Memorial Bridge in Dublin at the weekend. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Irish Water has reported a surge of people registering with the utility since Friday and said that close to one million of the 1.5 million homes which(...)

The Healthwave move is likely to cause disquiet among many in the pharmacy sector, who have expressed concern about the practice of delivering drugs to people in their homes.

Pharmacists are to begin calling to customers’ homes across the State to review prescriptions before giving the green light for drugs to be couriered(...)

Ray D’Arcy pictured as he started his new afternoon show on RTÉ Radio 1 at the RTÉ Radio Centre in Donnybrook, Dublin this afternoon. Photograph: Brian McEvoy

Ray D’Arcy’s defection from Today FM to RTÉ late last year caught everyone off-guard, but nearly two months after the news broke one would think that (...)

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