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A discharge into Dublin Bay from the Poolbeg Ringsend water treatment facility in late February. Photograph: Eoin O’Shaughnessy/Dublin City Shots

If there are major delays in building a large waste water treatment facility in north Co Dublin, it will add to difficulties at Irish Water’s overload(...)

Irish Water said the Clonshaugh plant was necessary because the Ringsend facility is operating at over capacity.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Campaigners opposing a wastewater treatment plant in North Dublin intend to mount a legal challenge against the development after it was granted permi(...)

SDC Trailers said it was unable to confirm how many jobs might be under threat at the company

One of the North’s leading manufacturers which employs 800 people has warned that it is going to be forced to make “a number of employees redundant” b(...)

The survey highlights Irish SMEs’ concerns over Brexit.  Photograph: AP

Nearly half of SMEs in the Republic have cancelled or postponed investment plans because of Brexit, according to a survey by AIB. The bank’s Brexit (...)

Earlier this year Wrightbus secured a multimillion pound contract, from Transport for London to build 20 pioneering hydrogen double-decker buses which will produce no exhaust pollution. Photograph: Getty

Wrightbus, the Ballymena company which famously produced the new UK prime minister’s Boris Bus when he was mayor of London, has confirmed it is lookin(...)

A Finnebrogue Artisan stall at a trade exhibition. The company was founded by Denis Lynn more than 30 years ago, and today has an annual turnover or more than £90m

Finnebrogue Artisan, a Downpatrick-based food manufacturer, plans to create 125 jobs in the North to expand production of its nitrite-free bacon produ(...)

Eddie Fullerton, a Donegal county councillor who was killed by the UDA. His daughter Amanda wants a meeting with the Taoiseach to discuss the implications of the non-disclosure

The North’s police ombudsman has called for an independent review to be carried out after “significant, sensitive information” about Troubles killings(...)

Students from anti-Brexit protest group outside Stormont in Belfast. Photograph: Clodagh Kilcoyne/Reuters

Business leaders across all sectors in Northern Ireland were “extremely frustrated” by the UK prime minister’s decision to park the House of Commons v(...)

Enterprise Ireland is seeking to make it easier for industry and academia to work together.

The latest research carried out by Enterprise Ireland shows that companies engaging in research and development and innovation (RD&I) perform sign(...)

Venture North camp in Northern Territory, Australia

The oval cocoon of leaves is pulsating. Within seconds, a nest of green ants surges out. They spill out in vast numbers, justifiably angry that their (...)

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