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Sunday interview: Eirgrid chief executive Mark Foley

Sunday interview: Eirgrid chief executive Mark Foley

Eirgrid boss Mark Foley is responsible for the country’s electricity infrastructure and supply in a time of dramatic change to renewable sources of energy

Family law sittings to have standalone hearings in key reform sought for years

Family law sittings to have standalone hearings in key reform sought for years

Family law sittings will be held at a different time and place to ordinary court sittings under reforms due to be announced by Charlie Flanagan by the end of the year

National women’s hockey team in sports bra partnership with Queen B

National women’s hockey team in sports bra partnership with Queen B

Hockey Ireland has agreed to make Queen B, founded by sisters Brid Ryan and Aedin Corbyn, the official sports bra provider to the women’s national team

Tide turns against shared living concept

Tide turns against shared living concept

Reservations about their locations and standards of accommodation, as well as a political backlash, mean developers are having trouble getting planning for schemes

Beneficial ownership amendment to be added to investment measure

Beneficial ownership amendment to be added to investment measure

The government will introduce an amendment to the Investment Limited Partnership (ILP) bill to ensure the fund structures are covered by beneficial ownership legislation

Hatred is still having its say

Hatred is still having its say

The Sunday Business Post has found that Facebook and Twitter are not acting on advice from members of an anti-racism group working with the European Commission to remove comments inciting violence and hatred against minorities

Ireland can wean itself off gas, says think tank

Ireland can wean itself off gas, says think tank

Importing US shale gas makes poor financial sense, says Mark Campanale of climate and financial-market analysts Carbon Tracker

Leo, Boris and that fateful walk

Leo, Boris and that fateful walk

We don’t yet know if the Taoiseach’s private chat with Johnson will lead to a deal or a disaster

Profile: Dermot Bannon: The house always wins

Profile: Dermot Bannon: The house always wins

Ireland's king of property porn profiled

National Gallery plans to extend collection’s reach

National Gallery plans to extend collection’s reach

The gallery has a collection of over 16,000 works, including high-profile ones from Monet, Picasso, Vermeer, Caravaggio, Goya, Turner and Velazquez

Vaping firms not the ‘plucky outsiders’ they appear to be

Vaping firms not the ‘plucky outsiders’ they appear to be

Minister for Health Simon Harris has expressed concern at the vaping industry’s concerted lobbying, writes Barry J Whyte

Kepak makes a Celtic connection in the lucrative US burger market

Kepak makes a Celtic connection in the lucrative US burger market

The first firm in Europe to get approval to export minced beef patties to the US is initially targeting the Irish diaspora through its Celtic Beef Company

Cabinet set to approve Adare bypass plan

Cabinet set to approve Adare bypass plan

The cabinet is due to sign off on a plan to bypass the Limerick village of Adare in the coming weeks as part of the preparations for the 2026 Ryder Cup

Data commissioner probes US media giant’s Irish arm

Data commissioner probes US media giant’s Irish arm

Data watchdog conducting statutory inquiry into Oath Emea’s compliance with GDPR

Helicopter company believes business about to take off again

Helicopter company believes business about to take off again

Helicopter firm Andona has moved to expand its facility near Dublin Airport