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Ms Truss says numerous countries including the US and Japan are keen to secure trade agreements with the UK.
The award was for three development economists for their scientific work showing the most effective ways to end the misery faced by millions, writes Kyran Fitzgerald.
Do the words ganking, head glitch and kappa mean anything to you? If not, it’s likely they soon will as the eSports industry continues to cast its net ever wider in the global entertainment world.
A chef and keen hiker has developed Ireland’s first adventure food brand after failing to find a product that fits her need for nutritious, convenient food that was light and easy to carry in her backpack.
It’s been a hectic Westminster weekend after a hectic fortnight in Dublin, Brussels, and London, as politicians frantically try to get a Brexit transition deal done before an October 31 deadline.
Five Irish banks will each set up a phone line to help the bereaved access funds to pay for funerals for their loved ones.
The Netherlands and Denmark have the best pension systems in the world, with Ireland trailing just outside the top 10 because its system may be too costly to sustain as the population ages, according to a global study that shines a light on countries’ preparations for ageing populations.
Most of us did not gain from the budget and it’s now emerging that many of us will, in fact, lose out in 2020.
The governor of the Santiago region said three people died in a fire at a looted supermarket early on Sunday.
Former Barclays trader Peter Johnson pleaded guilty to manipulating the US Dollar Libor in October 2014.
Boris Johnson has insisted 14 months will be enough time to secure a trade agreement with the EU, amid concerns the UK could still leave without a deal.
IDA Ireland is experiencing its highest ever level of employment in client companies with all regions experiencing growth.
'>Renault set a gloomy tone for the European car industry by slashing its outlook for revenue and profit, saying weakening economies are weighing on car sales and tougher rules on emissions have increased costs.
The firm behind the Flying Tiger retail stores in Ireland returned to profit last year to post pre-tax profits of almost €269,500.
'>Danone, already struggling with falling yoghurt sales as consumers shift to vegan alternatives, is getting hit by a decline in its bottled-water business.
'>Appliances Delivered has announced it's to close with immediate effect.
'>Johnson & Johnson (J&J) said it would recall a single lot of its baby powder in the US after the regulator, the Food and Drug Administration, found trace amounts of asbestos in samples taken from a bottle bought online.
'>The head of the business group that represents truckers has warned that final Brexit negotiations face another cliff edge next summer if any transition deal is not extended.
Germany’s environment ministry said it hoped the talks would help establish procedures for dealing with further platform disposals.
Harbour police are also trialling new technology that allows them to broadcast real time footage back to commanders.