Could a Chinese injection of €9m save Providence Resources?
Providence Resources is axeing all its technical staff and moving from its HQ to a serviced office, as it desperately awaits a promised €9 million Chinese investment that its survival could depend on
In 2013, with the economy still weighed down by troika-imposed austerity, a potential transformative solution was at hand. What if Ireland was able to turn the natural resources located in the deep, dark waters surrounding the country into revenues for the public coffers? It could transform the public finances for a generation to come. In the same way that sleepy old Norway became one of the richest countries on the planet by exploiting its vast...
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Analysis: Homeworking legislation needs careful framing for best results
With the government moving apace to legislate for people working remotely, employers and employees need assurances
The Profile: Alexei Navalny, Russian opposition leader
Alexei Navalny has for years been a thorn in the side of Vladimir Putin, but last September the Kremlin finally decided to take him out by poisoning him with the nerve agent Novichok. Navalny survived the attempt but, now back in Russia, he is in jail facing trial on February 3
John Gibbons: Climate science has long been the victim of ‘fake news’ obscuring uncomfortable truths
By pouncing on supposed uncertainties in climate science, big business interests and their supporters in the media divert attention away from the real climate emergency