Tuesday, May 21, 2019
Paddy Power workers awarded up to €1K each for denial of rest breaks Photo: Caroline Quinn Fourteen Paddy Power staff members have been awarded up to €1,000 each for denial of rest breaks. The Mandate Trade Union members, employed by Paddy Power...
Culled dairy cows driving prices down for beef men   Carrick on Suir Mart. Picture: Pat Moore Figures supplied by the factories to the Department of Agriculture for last week show the overall kill to be 36,373. Interestingly, however, they also reveal...
Man in hiding after being found guilty of of killing woman on first date in speedboat accident Charlotte Brown A champagne Casanova is in hiding after being found guilty of killing his date in a speedboat accident on the Thames. Web designer...
'It was the first taste of playing in Croke Park' - Galway legend Ollie Canning on the importance of minor hurling Ollie Canning celebrates a Galway victory. Photo: Ray McManus / SPORTSFILE The Electric Ireland GAA Minor Hurling Championship is moving...
Education system must prepare students for demands of 21st-century workplace 'Young Irish people are better educated and better qualified that at any time in the past, but there is a question mark over how well equipped our graduates are for...
'There's no reason we can't be the Airbnb of the wellness world' Corporate health has gone mainstream, creating an opportunity for an Irish company that grew up servicing big tech, Spectrum Wellness MD Stephen Costello tells our reporter Spectrum Wellness managing...
Central Bank bill for INBS probe set to hit €20m INBS collapsed into State ownership in 2010 and its dissolution left taxpayers with a €5.4bn clean-up bill. The Central Bank forked out over €3m in legal and administrative costs over a...
'We can develop Bray Wanderers into a club we can be proud of' - Struggling Seagulls appoint new owner 16 July 2018; A general view of Bray Wanderers Carlisle Grounds at Quinsborough Rd, Ravenswell, Bray, Co. Wicklow. Photo by Seb...
Department's legislation blunder puts new minerals drilling on hold Minister Denis Naughten. New drilling for minerals in Ireland is on hold because of a foul-up in the drafting of legislation, the Irish Independent has learned. The situation has led to an effective...
Facebook shares plunge dramatically after user growth slows The social media company’s financial results fell short of Wall Street expectations Facebook shares have fallen in value (Dominic Lipinski/AP) Facebook may be heading for the worst day on the markets in its history...

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