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'It is my duty to deliver Brexit, and I intend to do so' - Theresa May vows to put 'unsettling' 24 hours behind her Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May makes a statement following winning a confidence vote, after Parliament rejected her Brexit deal, outside 10 Downing Street in London, Britain, January 16, 2019. REUTERS/Clodagh KilcoyneEDITORIAL USE ONLY. NO SALES. NO...
Dublin's North Docklands becomes a magnet for tech and co-working In demand: Ballymore and Oxley’s Dublin Landings on North Wall Quay. The developers are currently seeking to forward sell 268 apartments at the scheme Dublin's North Docklands area is showing increasing appeal to investors and developers thanks in part to competitive office rents and in part to the strong demand for...
Kevin Doyle: 'Relying on Shane to soothe Brexit fears should come with a major health warning' Shane Ross: Many in Fine Gael doubt his ability to handle a major crisis. Picture: Damien Eagers Something very worrying has happened and it's difficult to know which of the two possibilities is worse. Either some form of Border checks is inevitable in the wake of...
American 9/11 survivor and Briton among Nairobi victims Mourners carry the body of Feisal Ahmed, who was killed with his colleague Abdalla Dahir in Tuesday's attack, as they leave a mosque and head to the funerals in Nairobi, Kenya Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2019. The two worked for the Somalia Stability Fund, managed by the London-based company Adam Smith International, and...

Tech Review: Nikon Z7

Tech Review: Nikon Z7 €3,899 The Z7 suffers from the baffling decision to give it just one memory card slot A few months ago, Nikon finally entered the full frame mirrorless camera market. It brought out two new cameras, the 24-megapixel Z6 (€2,399) and the 45-megapixel Z7 (€3,899). Because they're mirrorless, they're smaller and thinner than traditional DSLRs. They'll work with existing...
PayPal offers Irish customers new way to share bills or fundraise together Group thinking: Louise Phelan, Vice President of PayPal in Continental Europe, the Middle East and Africa, says it is focused on ‘solving real problems’ PayPal Holdings, the global online payments company, is extending Money Pools - its online community savings product - to Irish consumers. Money Pools allows users to...
WeWork agrees deal for Clerys office space New lease of life: Clerys premises is set for a transformation WeWork, the world's biggest provider of flexible work space, has agreed heads of terms to lease the former Clerys premises on O'Connell Street, Dublin, following its redevelopment by its new owners, the Irish Independent can reveal. While work on the transformation of the historic...
© Reuters. The U.S. dollar rose on Monday. Investing.com - The U.S. dollar rallied from an earlier low as sterling...
Overcast Summers: Sales at lingerie chain surge to €3.46m, but losses continue Ann Summers CEO Jacqueline Gold Bumper sales at the Blanchardstown and Henry Street Ann Summers stores contributed to revenues increasing sharply at the Ann Summers Irish retail operation - up to €3.46m last year. "Our two new flagship stores in Blanchardstown and Dublin continue to outperform the rest of the...

Opinion Comment

Dearbhail McDonald: 'Principle of consent has been dislodged in North - now all gains may be squandered' Oops: Transport Minister Shane Ross apparently let slip the Government’s thoughts on Border checks as he gave a joint briefing with Tánaiste Simon Coveney on Tuesday. Photo: Michelle Devane/PA It would be a tragedy, and an ironic one at that, if the Government's primary...

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