Friday, November 16, 2018
Open arms awaiting as showpiece makes way to Portrush James Corrigan on how the Northern Ireland venue is already preparing for momentous event Carnoustie in all its glory during the final round of the Open Championship yesterday. Photo: David Davies/PA As Darren...
Breathing space for Chancellor ahead of Budget as borrowing falls Economists said the figures suggest Philip Hammond could be able to change course in November. Chancellor Philip Hammond was given a boost as public sector borrowing fell in June (Toby Melville/PA) Economists...
TV chef Nick Nairn blames oil slump for Aberdeen pizza bar closure The celebrity chef said he had taken the decision to close Nick’s Pizza Bar ‘with regret’. The closure of the cook school and pizza bar come after the chef...

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Is housing the best use of this prime city centre site? (Stock picture) It's very good news that the Government finally appears to be moving to provide quality affordable housing for low and middle-income earners. St Michael's Estate in Inchicore is a...

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European models of home ownership: so how do they do it in Italy? Even the Italian obsession with bricks and mortar has fallen foul of the market, writes Paddy Agnew Italian house prices climbing When we arrived in Italy more than 30...
There is risk ahead, but let's enjoy the good news while we still have it Some unprecedented uncertainties have had only limited effects on a still thriving Irish economy, writes Dan O'Brien GOING UP: More commercial property is now being built...
Netflix's house of cards wobbles Sacred Games on Netflix Netflix has 130 million subscribers. Its programmes have earned 112 nominations for the upcoming Emmy awards. And it just announced revenues of $3.9bn for the second quarter of 2018 - a year-on-year...
Interested in alternative energy sources on your farm? The event takes place on Tuesday, 21 August at Gurteen Agricultural College in Co Tipperary. Next month Teagasc will host an open day on renewable energy on farms at Gurteen College, Tipperary. Energy in...
'Beast from the East' blamed as Irish economy shrank in first three months of this year Winter weather Mar 18th 2018 The Irish economy shrank in the first quarter of the year, in stark contrast to the popular image of booming...
Risky behaviour leads to rapid rise in STDs HIV test A medical specialist has warned that an urgent response is needed to combat rapidly spreading sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV, in Ireland. The strong re-emergence of syphilis and gonorrhoea has seen 'traditional'...

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