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Life, death and the law of the land

Life, death and the law of the land

Francesca Comyn examines the latest case stemming from the eighth amendment

Maverick foodies plough new furrows

Maverick foodies plough new furrows

The food producers at the Ploughing Championships agreed things were finally looking up

Future of food: Sourcing Ireland’s Ingredient  X

Future of food: Sourcing Ireland’s Ingredient X

Our food sector is doing very nicely – but is there scope for even greater improvement?

Future of food: The Ploughing shows how we can beef up the economy

Future of food: The Ploughing shows how we can beef up the economy

Agriculture is still the biggest indigenous industry but global demand for food is still growing

Future of food: Small ice cream firm’s struggle to stay cool

Future of food: Small ice cream firm’s struggle to stay cool

It's a chilly climate for food start-ups in Ireland

Plan to make landlords improve BER on hold

Plan to make landlords improve BER on hold

Government fears any attempt to improve energy efficiency in rental sector could hurt supply

Sorry seems to be the hardest word: The HSE is reluctant to own up to culpability

Sorry seems to be the hardest word: The HSE is reluctant to own up to culpability

With so many costly and emotional legal actions, should a duty of candour be mandatory?

Major apartment firm plans further rent hikes in Dublin

Major apartment firm plans further rent hikes in Dublin

Housing Agency head pours cold water on bullish IRES Reit forecast

O’Brien firm targeting first-time buyers with prefab units

O’Brien firm targeting first-time buyers with prefab units

Teva launches new body to drive use of cheaper drugs in hospitals

Teva launches new body to drive use of cheaper drugs in hospitals

The Healthcare Enterprise Alliance claims a combined 15 per cent share of the Irish market

How do we cure our sick health service?

How do we cure our sick health service?

It’s dysfunctional and inefficiencient - here's nine ways the Irish health service could do more with less

Deloitte hired for drugs prices pact

Deloitte hired for drugs prices pact

It is hoped Irish patients will be among first for new medicines in Europe

Irish Water researching why people won’t pay

Irish Water researching why people won’t pay

Company is carrying out door-to-door inquiries to find out why less than half have settled

Revenues at St Vincent’s Private Hospital to exceed €100m for the first time this year

Revenues at St Vincent’s Private Hospital to exceed €100m for the first time this year

Hospital almost reached the figure in 2014

Lone parents avail of ‘work benefit’

Lone parents avail of ‘work benefit’