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Cranewatch highlights the Dublin-rural divide

Cranewatch highlights the Dublin-rural divide

INM takeover could see distribution arm offloaded and print operation closed

INM takeover could see distribution arm offloaded and print operation closed

Iranian ambassador wants Irish beef exporters to face down ‘US pressure’

Iranian ambassador wants Irish beef exporters to face down ‘US pressure’

Dr Masoud Eslami suggests US ‘pressure’ may be influencing Irish-Iranian trade relations

Six times the money in ‘sick cert’ fees to GPs

Six times the money in ‘sick cert’ fees to GPs

Higher numbers are a result of change to new scan-ready certs

Working group to examine BER rental sector retrofitting dilemma

Working group to examine BER rental sector retrofitting dilemma

Former clinical director of CervicalCheck said she had concerns about decision to offer an additional smear test from the outset

Former clinical director of CervicalCheck said she had concerns about decision to offer an additional smear test from the outset

Dr Grainne Flannelly's submission to the Oireachtas Committee on Health represents the first time that she has made any public comment since her high-profile resignation last year

Siobhan Lennon steps down as Sunday Business Post CEO

Siobhan Lennon steps down as Sunday Business Post CEO

Ms. Siobhan Lennon, the Chief Executive of Post Publications Ltd – publisher of The Sunday Business Post - is to step down from her position

AI legislation to be introduced by the Government as robots gear up

AI legislation to be introduced by the Government as robots gear up

Each robot will be treated by Revenue in the same way as an individual for tax purposes, said a source

Democrats may choose to close the book on the Mueller report

Democrats may choose to close the book on the Mueller report

The dream of some Democrats - a Trump impeachment - may be over. But the party is likely to be thankful for that eventually

Separating fact from fiction in the fallout from Mueller’s magnum opus

Separating fact from fiction in the fallout from Mueller’s magnum opus

Myths about the Mueller investigation abound. Marion McKeone dispels five of the most common ones

Has Russiagate been Trumped?

Has Russiagate been Trumped?

The Mueller report on alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election that sensationally swept Donald Trump into the White House failed to produce a smoking gun. But many more questions remain to be answered

Former FAI director linked to firm that took over Delaney company loans

Former FAI director linked to firm that took over Delaney company loans

Karl Heffernan, the FAI’s former commercial director, is named in company documents at Pillarview Limited, which took over more than €620,000 in Bank of Ireland loans made to a company with links to Delaney and three business partners

Politicians getting match tickets directly from FAI

Politicians getting match tickets directly from FAI

Responses to a survey of all 218 TDs and senators has revealed how politicians have requested tickets from the FAI and others have been offered match tickets on a complimentary basis in recent years

Top game designer Romero in gender discrimination claim against UL

Top game designer Romero in gender discrimination claim against UL

Brenda Romero is believed to have made a protected disclosure under ‘whistleblower’ legislation designed to protect employees who voice concerns about claims of potential wrongdoing in the workplace

Day of reckoning for the lawyer who took on Trump

Day of reckoning for the lawyer who took on Trump

From media darling and potential Democrats candidate to facing accusations of fraud and extortion, it has been a dramatic fall from grace for Stormy Daniels’ charismatic former lawyer Michael Avenatti