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BT Ireland has apologised after a technical issue prevented callers accessing the Emergency Call Answering Service for over an hour yesterday.
Uncertainty in global oil and gas markets could stay for some time to come as spare capacity is very low while demand is still recovering, Shell chief executive Ben van Beurden said today.
The European Central Bank has said inflation is set to remain "undesirably high" for some time to come, but there are indications that inflation is currently peaking, or has already peaked around the world.
New Central Statistics Office figures show a continued rebound in overseas travel as Covid-19 concerns and restricitions ease.
Food prices in Ireland were 17% above the European Union average in 2021, making them the second most expensive in the euro zone, new figures show today.
Northern Ireland dairy co-operative Dale Farm has reported its highest ever turnover and profit to date for the year ending March 2022.
Bank lending to euro zone companies continued to surge in May, European Central Bank data showed today, suggesting that firms may be stocking up on funding before the ECB's interest rates rise later this year.
Euro zone economic sentiment fell by slightly less than expected in June as consumers and retail trade became more downbeat but spirits among industrial and services sectors improved.
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said he and the Government want to support public service media and the Government will be considering how a licence fee can be collected in the future.
Oil prices fell today, taking a break after gaining for three sessions, as concerns about the global economy weighed while tight supply curbed losses.
The President of Defence Forces Representative Association PDFORRA has said clarification is needed on when members of the Defence Forces will be needed to assist with security at Dublin Airport, as well as what roles they will be filling.
EU countries have clinched deals on proposed laws to combat climate change, backing a 2035 phase-out of new fossil fuel car sales and a multibillion-euro fund to shield poorer citizens from CO2 costs.
Dublin comes in 49th position in Mercer's 2022 Cost of Living Survey, which ranks 227 of the world's most expensive cities for expatriates.
People who have fallen victim to so-called 'romance fraud' were conned out of over €800,000 between January and May, as gardaí issue a warning over increasing incidents of such scams.
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said the Government "absolutely appreciated" the huge challenges people are facing, but ruled out an emergency budget before October.
Online greeting card firm Moonpig's adjusted earnings for the year to the end of April fell 19% as the boost from pandemic lockdowns in the previous year faded.
Sweden's H&M, the world's second-biggest fashion retailer, has reported a 33% growth in quarterly profit which beat expectations, as shoppers thronged its stores in the aftermath of the pandemic.
Dalata Hotel Group said today that the faster than anticipated recovery in hotel markets over the last four months has continued to surpass its expectations.
Guinness maker Diageo, the world's largest spirits maker, said it will wind down its business operations in Russia over the next six months, becoming the latest Western brand to withdraw from the country.
The Government has announced a number of changes to Community Employment schemes in a bid to boost the recruitment and retention of applicants.