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A total of 193,332 people were out of work in December
'There’s an appreciation that in this general area, land doesn’t come up that often'
There is now a significant gap between the cost of production and what farmers are paid
The gap with the rest of the eurozone remains a chasm
Irish food and drink exports reach a record €13.5bn in 2021
Large companies relying on selling goods and services to consumers came through the Omicron flare-up in remarkably good shape, a batch of new corporate trading updates suggest
The company says their ambition is to have their entire quality team be 100% emission-free by 2030
A snail is classified as an animal in Ireland but does not qualify for any farm payments, according to a recent Dáil debate.Michael Healy-Rae, ...
A 19-year-old security researcher claims to have hacked remotely into more than 25 Tesla cars in 13 countries, saying in a series of tweets that a ...
Cairn Homes has said that materials cost inflation was running at €15,000 per home last year with the average price of its starter homes settling at ...
Revenues expected to reach €65m in 2022 following acquisition
Tech giants have come under fresh fire after an investigation exposed hundreds of thousands of hate profiles online.Research by the Centre for ...
Factories in some areas of the country and keenly anxious to source more cows
Despite 2021 being the worst so far for cyber attacks, there will be no let-up in2022
Morgan McKinley predicts that salaries could rise even further in 'overheated employment market'
The dairy co-op has seen a decade of significant expansion and growth
BFPI numbers illustrate the continued slowdown in mortgage approval volumes compared to the previous year
Before the organised chaos that is a calving season begins
Fed chairman Jerome Powell says: 'If we have to raise interest rates more over time, we will'
WEF survey reveals a rise in pessimism amid the 'growing canyon' between developed and developing nations