Friday, November 16, 2018
Hen harrier shows signs of a comeback in Cork The endangered hen harrier Hen Harriers are one of the country's threatened birds of prey, and among the least-known aspects of their ecology, where they go once they leave the breeding grounds,...
Ivanka's $100m fashion empire has come apart at the seams Ivanka was a model turned mogul who took a fine jewellery licensing deal, inked in 2007, and whipped it into a lifestyle empire. Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images Ivanka Trump has...
'Insolvent' energy firms in liquidation 'The court agreed to the appointments after being told that OpenHydro's French parent, which had invested €260m, was no longer prepared to support the enterprises because the companies were loss-making' (stock photo) The High Court has...
Flattered with Déise link but it wasn't a runner It looks like Pat Ryan, pictured, is the man to succeed Derek McGrath. Photo: Sportsfile The rumours have finally been put to bed and the Waterford County Board aren't picking their next...
'There has never been a better time to be a woman in the property industry' Joint winner of the Emerging Talent award at the 2017 KPMG Irish Independent Property Industry Excellence Awards, Roisin Lafferty speaks about her work Roisin Lafferty is...
Trespassing fears for papal event (stock photo) A receiver has been given permission by the High Court to seek to have alleged trespassers on a Co Mayo business park site sent to prison for breaching court orders. Ken Fennell says the move...
STMicro says iPhones will boost chip demand STMicroelectronics chips are usedin Apple iPhones STMicroelectronics has forecast a rebound in smartphones chips thanks to customers including Apple, but said growth won't benefit profitability as new products ramp up. Revenue will grow about 10pc...
Stock picture At least a dozen companies and government agencies have been targeted and thousands more are exposed to data breaches by hackers exploiting old security flaws in management software, two cyber security firms said in a recent study. The US...
'I am not frightened to die, but I don’t want to' - woman who had two cervical smears 'misinterpreted' tells court 25/7/2018 L-R: Paul and Ruth Morrissey, of Kylemore, Schoolhouse Road, Monaleen, Co Limerick pictured at the Four Courts for the...
Intu’s shares hit as it swings to loss and waves goodbye to CEO The shopping centre firm’s chief executive is departing after a possible merger with Hammerson failed. Intu owns the Trafford Centre in Manchester (PA) Intu’s shares have slumped after the...

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