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Applegreen opens fuel plazas on sites it objected to for rivals

Applegreen opens fuel plazas on sites it objected to for rivals

Fuel retail giant Applegreen has opened fuel plazas on several sites where it previously claimed that rivals’ plans would cause traffic chaos and contravene planning laws

YouTube had ‘blacklist’ of terms during 8th Amendment campaign

YouTube had ‘blacklist’ of terms during 8th Amendment campaign

A “blacklist” of terms relating to Ireland’s abortion referendum which was created by YouTube staff has caused controversy after it surfaced online last week

State considers the ‘auto-enrolment’ of unconscious patients into medical studies

State considers the ‘auto-enrolment’ of unconscious patients into medical studies

Dr Graham Love, one of Ireland’s leading authorities on health research, has warned that such a move could erode patient trust and stall medical progress

US issues new warning to government on Huawei

US issues new warning to government on Huawei

Homeland Security official visits Dublin to get communications minister Richard Bruton ‘up to speed’ on risks identified by agency

Hibernia Reit reduces chief executive Nowlan’s bonus by half a million euro

Hibernia Reit reduces chief executive Nowlan’s bonus by half a million euro

The performance element of Nowlan’s compensation is down

Data watchdog chasing its tail over HQ

Data watchdog chasing its tail over HQ

Search for new offices proves frustrating

Tens of thousands celebrate as Dublin streets burst with Pride

Tens of thousands celebrate as Dublin streets burst with Pride

Pride flag flies over Leinster House for the first time

Revenue to move on coal smugglers before tax hike increase

Revenue to move on coal smugglers before tax hike increase

Carbon tax is expected to be raised in budget as state works with councils to tackle smuggling

Eir hits back and accuses government of inflating figures in broadband row

Eir hits back and accuses government of inflating figures in broadband row

Government claims 81,000 premises would face higher connection charges under Eir’s bid. Telecoms firm maintains number would be closer to 9,000 under its €1 billion proposal.

New strategy aims to boost number of Irish companies involved in space technology

New strategy aims to boost number of Irish companies involved in space technology

The government’s strategy aims to double the number of companies engaged with the European Space Agency to 100 and double employment in the sector by 2025 to 10,000

Murder among the ruins: The Ana Kriégel murder trial

Murder among the ruins: The Ana Kriégel murder trial

A vulnerable child who had repeatedly suffered at the hands of bullies, Ana Kriégel was lured in May of last year to a derelict house in Lucan, where she was viciously beaten to death. Francesca Comyn reports on the trial of her two young killers

How a happy child became a sitting target for predators

How a happy child became a sitting target for predators

The Ana Kriégel case showed how bullying methods have evolved and mutated in an increasingly online world, writes Francesca Comyn

A brutal betrayal of innocence: The Ana Kriégel murder trial

A brutal betrayal of innocence: The Ana Kriégel murder trial

As Ana Kriégel’s parents remembered their daughter, her killers were detained to await sentencing. The judge who will decide on their future faces an unenviable task

Off-screen drama in Ireland’s film industry

Off-screen drama in Ireland’s film industry

Unions are at the centre of an ongoing civil war that, it is claimed, has diminished Ireland’s attraction for film-makers

What Ireland’s road to a green new world will cost in hard cash and carbon emissions

What Ireland’s road to a green new world will cost in hard cash and carbon emissions

Questions already being asked about whether poorest people will be hardest hit - and if electric transport plans are too ambitious