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Fish farms bemoan ‘mad’ licensing process

Fish farms bemoan ‘mad’ licensing process

Around 20,000 tonnes of farmed fish are produced here per year, in Scotland it’s 180,000 tonnes

Keeping the world in the World Cup

Keeping the world in the World Cup

The rise of Cameroon in 1990 was the spark for African sides

YouTube Music has Spotify in its sights

YouTube Music has Spotify in its sights

YouTube’s own AI and search function will be a big worry for the competition

MacGill Summer School in gender balance row

MacGill Summer School in gender balance row

Social Democrats threaten to pull out of event

Irish Times staff agree to one-off payment

Irish Times staff agree to one-off payment

Eligible staff will receive the payment in their June salary

Investec ups economic growth forecasts, Nama surplus

Investec ups economic growth forecasts, Nama surplus

A new report from Investec suggests the economy may expand by 5% for 2018, ahead of a previous forecast of 4.4%

Some people like to look at racehorses. I spend my spare time looking at sites

Some people like to look at racehorses. I spend my spare time looking at sites

By his own admission, Hodson Bay Group founder John O’Sullivan ‘kind of wandered into the hotel business’, but there’s nothing haphazard about the way he has operated since then

Profile Joachim ‘Jogi’ Löw : Löw, actually

Profile Joachim ‘Jogi’ Löw : Löw, actually

Joachim Löw is the great survivor of international football

Colourful motorsport champion and visionary businessman

Colourful motorsport champion and visionary businessman

Martin Birrane:  August 19, 1935 – June 9, 2018

The cult of Trump

The cult of Trump

The US leader’s Singapore Summit came up short in a week that ended with his campaign manager behind bars. But few Republicans will challenge a president with a near 90 per cent approval rating among the party faithful

Forget the Cold War – Russia holds the power to deliver a very cold winter to Europe

Forget the Cold War – Russia holds the power to deliver a very cold winter to Europe

The EU, and Ireland, should be moving to reduce its dependence on Putin’s supplies of natural gas

The money vanishes

The money vanishes

The jury at Michael Lowry’s trial for alleged tax offences heard this week how a sum of £248,624 disappeared and reappeared, ‘cooking the books not once but twice’

Riyal to the rescue? Galway United consider a possible Saudi investment

Riyal to the rescue? Galway United consider a possible Saudi investment

Members of the co-operatively owned League of Ireland club are set to vote on a potentially transformative takeover

BoI’s McDonagh takes her show on the road

BoI’s McDonagh takes her show on the road

Chief executive hits the right notes at capital markets day in London. All she has to do now is deliver on her plans

Gardaí drafted into Gsoc to help probe into Templemore funds

Gardaí drafted into Gsoc to help probe into Templemore funds