Friday, January 18, 2019
New figures reveal scale of broadband disconnect in the west (stock image) A fixed date needs to be put in place to sign off on the National Broadband Plan (NBP) as almost half of premises in western counties are battling "appalling...
Revealed: Public transport will be free in Dublin for Pope ticketholders Pope Francis (PA) PUBLIC transport in Dublin will be free for the 500,000 people going to see Pope Francis in the Phoenix Park. Organisers have today stressed that the number of...
Kerrygold butter facing law suit over 'grass-fed' claims Kerrygold had worldwide sales of €900m last year, with 20pc growth in the US. Stock Image Kerrygold, Ireland's leading butter brand, is facing a potential law suit over it's 'grass-fed' claims. Californian Dyami Myers-Taylor...
TV3 owner injected '€10m to €15m' to drive turnaround in station TV3 owner Liberty Global injected "€10m to €15m" into the Irish broadcaster to drive a turnaround, according to the CEO of the global cable giant. Liberty Global CEO Mike Fries...
'He had an enthusiasm for life' - Family friend pays tribute to Irishman tragically killed in Greek wildfires O'Callaghan-Westropp, who died while on his honeymoon after becoming caught up in wildfires that have swept across Greece Photo: Blood Bank EastThe...
Ardagh blames sluggish growth in US glass packaging on cash earnings slump Ardagh chairman and chief executive Paul Coulson. Photo: Jason Clarke Cash earnings at Paul Coulson’s global metal and glass containers company, Ardagh Group, sank by 6pc in the second...
Dental app takes bite of US market Toothpic founder Mark Moore Have a worrying niggle in your tooth, but don't have the time, or finances, to get to the dentist? There's an app for that. Dublin-based Toothpic, which uses disruptive technology to...
Facebook's grim forecast: privacy push will erode profits for years Facebook shares lost as much as a quarter of their value on Wednesday (stock photo) Facebook shares lost as much as a quarter of their value on Wednesday after executives said...
Free travel for people going to see the Pope at Phoenix Park More than half a million people are expected to attend mass in Dublin. The Pope will visit Ireland next month (Tim Rooke/PA) Those travelling by public transport to Dublin’s Phoenix...
Ringside: Trade steadies as lamb supplies begin to tighten The best that can be said about factory lamb prices this week is that not all factories chose to reduce their official quotes. Holding steady yesterday morning at last week's price were...

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