Data protection and privacy need to become part of the way we work, the GDPR Summit heard last week as experts aimed to cut through the noise surrounding the new regulations
Spurred by yet another damning climate change report earlier this month, the third annual EV summit showed how cars are adapting to survive in an emission-free environment, writes Róisín Kiberd
William Wall's fifth novel Grace’s Day serves, ultimately, as a strong and knowing meditation on the tyranny of writers
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Fiction: Heartbreaker, By Claudia Dey The Borough Press, €16.66 An early scene in Heartbreaker,...
Written by Professor Jim McCaul, a consultant surgeon at Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital and one of Britain’s leading maxillofacial surgeons, Face to Face records some of his most challenging operations
Hiding within Clock Dance’s unchallenging story of intergenerational camaraderie, there’s a far weightier question: that of finding purpose in life
While Louisa Young’s writing is wise, witty and beautifully perceptive on love and the forces which drive loved ones apart, a number of questions loom throughout You Left Early’s 407 pages