Cork has second highest rate of long-term young unemployed

Cork has second highest rate of long-term young unemployed Youth Council calls for €22 million spend on apprenticeships, training and education National Youth Council of Ireland deputy director James Doorley. Figures showing that Cork has the second...

ICOS offers grants to rural projects

ICOS offers grants to rural projects Paddy Beirne, Knockmaine, Athleague, Co Roscommon and his grandson Kevin pictured with their Champion Galway ram at Roscommon Agricultural Show last weekend Applications are due to open shortly for the...

Euro falls with investors cautious about US-China trade talks

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Jody Corcoran: Is this as good as it gets? For the first time, Varadkar...

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‘Economic recovery is a mirage for me and my farming family’

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How the financial crash helped style Irish beauty salon software firm Phorest

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Runrig hail fans ahead of sell-out farewell concerts

Runrig hail fans ahead of sell-out farewell concerts The group will perform live for the last time in Stirling after 45 years in music. Runrig will perform two nights at City Park in Stirling (Whyler Photos/PA) Runrig...

Delaney: We priced tickets too high but we will clear the debt

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Businesses failing to prepare despite no-deal Brexit fear

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The economic boom doesn't disguise fears of downturn Voters remain optimistic about their prospects but clouds lurk on the horizon, writes Paul Moran 'As a nation, we appreciate how the economy is going, but we are...

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