It’s already one of the most breathtakingly beautiful corners of the country - but Donegal has also quietly gained a reputation as the source of some of Ireland’s finest locally produced food as well
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Vino and tapas are the orders of the day in northern Spain’s rugged but leafy wine region
More than 120,000 people are expected to attend the Galway Arts Festival, which starts tomorrow and runs until July 30.
Marie Byrne saw a gap in the Irish market for a payment scheme for those who wanted to get cosmetic surgery but could not afford to pay up front.
Mary Collins claims to be a typical entrepreneur. She set up her own jewellery business a few years ago and controls everything from the design and materials used to the look of her business cards.
MS is a chronic condition of the central nervous system, which consists of the brain and the spinal cord.
Initiatives to motivate staff was one of the main concerns for call centres at the Call Centre and Customer Services Forum Ireland last week.
A new US-approved vaccine against cervical cancer has been welcomed by the Irish Cancer Society as a significant breakthrough.
David Langan got his first taste of retailing as a child helping out after school in his parents’ furniture shop in Cabra, Dublin.
A recently established Dublin firm has signed a deal to commercialise technology developed by researchers at the National University of Ireland in Galway (NUIG).
Think of lawn bowls and you might think of sleepy Sunday afternoons, old gents in knitted cardigans and Pimms. What it is: