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In a statistical transfer, a specified amount of renewable energy is deducted from one country’s share of renewable energy in gross final energy consumption and added to another’s. Photograph: iStock

Ireland has agreed to pay €50 million to Denmark and Estonia for a “statistical” transfer of renewable energy to make up for a shortfall in our output(...)

Rays fall through the gaps between Frankfurt’s banking district buildings as the sun rises in Germany on Wednesday. Photograph: Michael Probst/AP

European stocks closed higher on Wednesday as more positive updates on Covid-19 vaccine and merger activity helped offset worries about the fast-sprea(...)

Best known in Britain for its More Than brand, RSA provides home, motor and commercial insurance and also has large operations in Canada, Ireland and Scandinavia. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

British insurance group RSA is backing a £7.2 billion (€8.07 billion) cash offer from Canada’s Intact Financial and Denmark’s Tryg in one of Europe’s (...)

While the number of Covid-19 tests being done in the Republic has fallen, the percentage of positive tests has also dropped since late October, indicating that undetected cases are also falling. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Ireland was the first country to go back into a national lockdown in Europe. However, there are signs that this has paid off, as the State has now clo(...)

 Harry Maguire scores England’s first goal at Wembley against Ireland. Photo:  Nick Potts/Getty Images

England 3 Republic of Ireland 0 Stephen Kenny insisted beforehand that he had wanted this game; one he hoped would be a special occasion that might h(...)

Study finds 8.7 billion litres of milk were processed in the State in 2019 with more than 91.8 per cent of produced domestically. Photograph: iStock

Irish dairy farmers receive the lowest price for their milk among Europe’s major milk producers but still enjoy the highest margins because of the low(...)

 Danish health authorities assisted by members of the armed forces dispose of dead mink in a military area near Holstebro on Monday. Photograph: Morten Stricker/Dagbladet Holstebro Struer/Jysk Fynske Medier/Ritzau Scanpix/EPA

The Danish government put forward hastily drawn up legislation on Tuesday to back up its order to cull all the country’s farmed mink, admitting it lac(...)

The developments will include among other amenities, homes, schools and medical and social services, according to Cork City Council. File photograph: The Irish Times

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has hailed the establishment of a new office to oversee the development of the Cork docklands. Mr Martin said the move is a (...)

Chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan outlined the new figures at apress conference at the Department of Health. Photograph:  Stephen Collins/Collins Photos Dublin

Ireland has the fastest improving incidence of Covid-19 in Europe, with a 43 per cent drop in the past two weeks, according to the National Public Hea(...)

More mink is produced in Denmark than anywhere else. File photograph: Getty

The discovery of a new strain of Covid-19 in Danish mink has sparked calls for humane culling of the animals in Ireland, particularly as fur farming i(...)

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