Dublin’s ISEQ has taken advantage of strong performances by both Bank of Ireland and Elan today, and closed up 0.8 per cent overall a short time ago.
The rate of immigration we have witnessed as a nation in recent times has been simply staggering. In response to Ireland’s cultural metamorphosis, Irish Times journalist Shane Hegarty has produced this work, which shines a spotlight on our recent arr
Set in a time before Zimbabwe, the ‘breadbasket of Africa’, had plunged to disastrous depths, Michael Moloney’s debut novel depicts a delegation of Irish civil servants who travel to the country in 1980 - in the embryonic stages of Robert Mugabe’s ru
The Ruin of the Roman Empire, By James J O’Donnell, Profile, €30
Battling crises on the domestic, international and economic fronts, US president Barack Obama is embroiled in one of the largest, most vicious storms his country has ever faced. Not only has he assumed office in the midst of virtually unprecedented t