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Clock ticking on Brexit, but Coveney holds his nerve

Clock ticking on Brexit, but Coveney holds his nerve

The moment of truth is creeping ever nearer with still no solution in sight, but the Tánaiste remains optimistic of a deal being reached

The extent to which many English people are ignorant about Ireland has become clear. An interview Tánaiste Simon Coveney gave to the BBC’s John Humphrys was a case in point. 

The extent to which many English people are ignorant about Ireland has become clear. An interview Tánaiste Simon Coveney gave to the BBC’s John Humphrys was a case in point. 

The irony of a border in the Irish sea carving the North from the rest of Britain for customs purposes as the main outcome of a process to take back control of borders is lost on no one.

Irish-based Amryt Pharma gets boost for drug in France

Irish-based Amryt Pharma gets boost for drug in France

Victoria Homes to defend winding-up petition

Victoria Homes to defend winding-up petition

FlexiGroup plans to finance log cabins: Loans up to €30k for affordable homes

FlexiGroup plans to finance log cabins: Loans up to €30k for affordable homes

D-Res €300m flotation now facing delay over negative sentiment

D-Res €300m flotation now facing delay over negative sentiment

‘Impossible’ to run an IPO for a firm exposed to Irish homebuilding sector until market improves

Transport company faces large legal  bill despite beating ‘false’ claim twice

Transport company faces large legal bill despite beating ‘false’ claim twice

Wife-and-husband team hot up beauty industry with hairdryer

Wife-and-husband team hot up beauty industry with hairdryer

O’Flynn: Land Development Agency trying to do away with developers

O’Flynn: Land Development Agency trying to do away with developers

Teamwork on hiring drive as 85 new jobs set for Belfast

Teamwork on hiring drive as 85 new jobs set for Belfast

Comers salvage Galway United investment after Saudi deal fails

Comers salvage Galway United investment after Saudi deal fails

Boston Scientific gives €1.8bn to parent and collects €6m in grants

Boston Scientific gives €1.8bn to parent and collects €6m in grants

Plan for 170km Shannon-Dublin water pipeline will be reviewed

Plan for 170km Shannon-Dublin water pipeline will be reviewed

The lost decade of broadband investment

The lost decade of broadband investment

The process of bringing broadband to sparsely populated areas of rural Ireland has been tortuous

Breen had three more meetings with final broadband bidder McCourt

Breen had three more meetings with final broadband bidder McCourt

FG minister also visited McCourt at his Co Clare home ‘in a private capacity’ over the last two years, in new twist to telecoms row