Tag: ireland

Claudine Keane says she is relieved to be back in Ireland after US school shooting fears

Claudine Keane has told how she feels safe back home in Ireland amid the spate of school shootings in the US. The wife of...

EU ‘not seeking political victory’ in Northern Ireland Brexit dispute, says top negotiator Sefcovic

The European Union remains committed to a prosperous relationship with the United Kingdom, despite the deepening crisis over Britain's plans to unilaterally rewrite the...

Social welfare Ireland: Payments will be bumped up in October, says Tanaiste Leo Varadkar

Social welfare recipients can expect to see an increase in payments in October, Tanaiste Leo Varadkar has indicated. The Government is currently under pressure...

Recession Ireland: Top economist warns Dublin tech sector already ‘laying people off’ for first time

A top economist has warned that rising interest rates have already impacted Dublin's tech sector with "loads" of companies "laying people off for the...
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‘No strong signal’ Ireland’s summer will heat up, says Met Eireann forcaster Joanna Donnelly

Met Eireann forecaster Joanna Donnelly has warned that Ireland's disappointing summer isn't set to warm up anytime soon. Parts of Leinster and Munster...

British tactic for Northern Ireland is economic madness

The region does not need to increase its trade with the rest of the country, since it grows faster by exporting to Ireland If...