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A different ball game: giving science a sporting chance

A different ball game: giving science a sporting chance

Surprisingly, Jamie Heaslip’s first love wasn’t rugby, but science. It’s a passion that has prompted him to step forward as an ambassador for National Science Week, writes Catherine Murphy

GAA fans earn their Stripes with payment solution

GAA fans earn their Stripes with payment solution

Blueface and Panasonic join forces to launch new range of phones

Blueface and Panasonic join forces to launch new range of phones

Novosco hits the big time with £2.5m deal

Novosco hits the big time with £2.5m deal

Keenan to expand animal feed operation in China

Keenan to expand animal feed operation in China

Domestic woes leave LoI’s players with little to cheer

Domestic woes leave LoI’s players with little to cheer

Falling attendance and plunging prize money will result in many League of Ireland players facing the prospect of Christmas on the dole, writes John Fallon

The Spread

The Spread

Ewan MacKenna The confessions of a sports memoir ghostwriter: long hours, little reward, and four books not opened since I wrote them

Ewan MacKenna The confessions of a sports memoir ghostwriter: long hours, little reward, and four books not opened since I wrote them

Event firm plans to keep the shows on the road

Event firm plans to keep the shows on the road

Brothers breed new life into dog minding industry

Brothers breed new life into dog minding industry

Movers & Shakers

Movers & Shakers

Competition win is boost for Powerful Yogurt

Competition win is boost for Powerful Yogurt

Irepak came up trumps in the Ready, Steady, Go Start-Up competition

Refine your product to succeed, say experts at Expo

Refine your product to succeed, say experts at Expo

Profile: Peter Thiel: The Contrarian

Profile: Peter Thiel: The Contrarian

Sunday Interview: This industry is like the Hotel California: you can check out, but you can never leave

Sunday Interview: This industry is like the Hotel California: you can check out, but you can never leave

Almost 50 years ago, Tommy Higgins opened his first record store in Galway. His love for music has taken him from vinyl to Spotify with everything in between, and he’s still going strong