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28/05/2013        BUSINESS    FINANCE    The Chairman of NAMA Frank Daly .Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES for interview with Ciaran Hancock     see Michael McAleerChairman of NAMA Frank DalyNAMA  FRANK DALYNAMA chairman

On September 11th, 2001, Frank Daly was woken by an early morning call from his sister-in-law to see if he was alright. He was in Washington DC wit(...)

About 200,000 Irish users, representing some 8 per cent of all internet users here, access the Pirate Bay sites monthly, court told

Four major music companies are seeking court orders requiring six internet service providers to, within some 30 days, block or disable access by subsc(...)

The Government must conclude talks with the troika before announcing a date for the introduction of water charges, Minister for the Environment Phil H(...)

Wommera in South Australia has been closed to the public since 1947, when it was used for Cold War rocket and nuclear tests by Britain, Australia and the US. Image: Google Maps

Australia will ease access restrictions on the world’s largest weapons test range in the remote outback - an area larger than England - to unlock an e(...)

The European Union has agreed to put an end to decades of over-fishing and rebuild dwindling stocks by 2020, as part of a deal to overhaul the union’s fisheries policy. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

Minister for the Marine Simon Coveney has welcomed a deal reached by the EU that will put an end to decades of over-fishing and rebuild dwindling stoc(...)

Ryanair’s 29.8 per cent stake in Aer Lingus may be leading to higher fares on routes between Ireland and the UK, the UK Competition Commission has found. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

Ryanair may be required to cut its share holding in Aer Lingus over concerns that its 29.8 per cent stake may result in higher fares on flights betwee(...)

Killer robots are seen as the next step on from drones, unmanned aerial vehicles intended initially for surveillance bu adapted for carrying out targeted killings. Pictures is an X-47B pilot-less drone combat aircraft flying over the aircraft carrier, the USS George H. W. Bush. Photograph: Jason Reed/Reuters.

“Killer robots” that could attack targets autonomously without a human pulling the trigger pose a threat to international stability and should be bann(...)

A screen grab from the RTE Investigations Unit programme A Breach of Trust. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Government said today that the State’s childcare inspection regime needs to be strengthened in the wake of last night’s RTE Prime Time programme, (...)

A police officer yesterday stands next to floral tributes, flags and balloons left for British soldier Lee Rigby, near the scene where he was killed in Woolwich in southeast London.  Photograph: Reuters/Luke MacGregor

One of the two suspects in the murder of UK soldier Lee Rigby was released from the hospital and taken into custody at a London police station. The 22(...)

Free Syrian Army fighters prepare to launch a rocket in Deir al-Zor. International estimates put the number of Free Syrian Army fighters and assorted jihadists at about 70,000. Photograph: Reuters/Khalil Ashawi

The EU decision not to renew an arms embargo on the Syrian opposition appears to give the green light to countries such as France and Britain to suppl(...)

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