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Trump turns the screw

Trump turns the screw

The US president is staking his game on aggressive anti-immigration pledges and stirring up his personal fanbase, a gameplan which could yet backfire, writes Marion McKeone

Businesses struggle in wake of Belfast fire

Businesses struggle in wake of Belfast fire

Family of drowned man will take civil case against Garda Síochána

Family of drowned man will take civil case against Garda Síochána

Fear and loathing on the border: Quinn Industrial Holdings executives’ homes targeted in arson attacks

Fear and loathing on the border: Quinn Industrial Holdings executives’ homes targeted in arson attacks

There have been no arrests despite 30 incidents in three years aimed at Quinn Industrial holdings.

Doubling betting tax ‘could cost state €35m per year’, new report claims

Doubling betting tax ‘could cost state €35m per year’, new report claims

IT and engineering targeted by Brightwater after MBO

IT and engineering targeted by Brightwater after MBO

Gainjet boosting private jet fleet at Shannon

Gainjet boosting private jet fleet at Shannon

€176m investment will bring plane count to11

Offshore wind ‘IFSC’ could unlock billions in energy sector investment

Offshore wind ‘IFSC’ could unlock billions in energy sector investment

Tech behemoths are ‘eating our lunch’, says Digicel director

Tech behemoths are ‘eating our lunch’, says Digicel director

Industry veteran claims mobile sector is worst performer for stocks, especially in Europe

Watchdog concerned over payment of finders’ fees for HAP

Watchdog concerned over payment of finders’ fees for HAP

Landlord featured in TV exposé takes papers to court

Landlord featured in TV exposé takes papers to court

Mosse claims 2018 Savills Art Prize at RHA

Mosse claims 2018 Savills Art Prize at RHA

Artist surprised and grateful with award for contemporary art

Abbey’s collaborations take centre stage

Abbey’s collaborations take centre stage

Theatre under scrutiny from Arts Council

Hard Brexit will harm marketing industry, says Core chief Cox

Hard Brexit will harm marketing industry, says Core chief Cox

Ex-HSE chief: Harris is a weak minister, the PAC is a ‘kangaroo court’

Ex-HSE chief: Harris is a weak minister, the PAC is a ‘kangaroo court’

O’Brien says health minister behaved like ‘a frightened little boy’; Recent budget provided ‘no meaningful money’ for healthcare reform