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Ireland visitor numbers  continue to recover
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Ireland visitor numbers continue to recover
[caption id="attachment_67570" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Niall Gibbons."][/caption] Ireland is still pulling them in despite the tim...
Ireland gets IMF thumbs up
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Ireland gets IMF thumbs up
Well, somebody's happy and Ireland, as finance minister Michael Noonan would attest, is definitely not Greece. Despite the continued turmoil in the...
Ryanair's fair hike an own goal
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Ryanair's fair hike an own goal
[caption id="attachment_67435" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Michael O'Leary."][/caption] Well, maybe if the airline could guarantee a w...
Multiple eyes on Aer Lingus
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Multiple eyes on Aer Lingus
[caption id="attachment_67432" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Minister Leo Varadkar announced a multi-million euro tourism marketing camp...
North rate to stick
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North rate to stick
Changes to Northern Ireland's corporate tax rate will not be happening for at least four years, this according to North finance minister Sammy Wils...
Ireland to the top of the class
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Ireland to the top of the class
[caption id="attachment_67280" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="John Corrigan."][/caption] It has been a favorite refrain among Irish polit...
Postscript for Irish Post
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Postscript for Irish Post
There is life after death - even in the newspaper business. The Irish Post, the main Irish newspaper serving the Irish community in Britain, was ap...
Philanthropy boosted by global Irish tribe
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Philanthropy boosted by global Irish tribe
[caption id="attachment_67079" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Kieran McLoughlin and Loretta Brennan Glucksman of the Ireland Funds with B...
More power to the private sector
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More power to the private sector
[caption id="attachment_66951" align="aligncenter" width="600" caption="Pat Rabbitte outside the Dáil last week."][/caption] The Irish government w...
More visitors to Ireland
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More visitors to Ireland
Well, something's working right. The number of vacationers visiting Ireland between April and June of this rose by 240,000 over the same period in ...
From cloud to cloud
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From cloud to cloud
A recent thunderstorm unleashed a lightning strike that resulted in power outages at Irish data centers belonging to both Microsoft and Amazon. The...
Irish government could ditch Aer Lingus stake
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Irish government could ditch Aer Lingus stake
The Irish government looks as if it might be putting its 25 percent stake in Aer Lingus on the market. Successive governments have retained the qua...