Ireland’s first commercial gold mine being planned along 50km “gold trend” from Cavan to Armagh.
Dairygold will add 115 jobs and boost production 60% after EU dairy quotas end.
London firm EPC is already tasked with recovering unpaid M50 fines in Ireland.
Tablet computers could soon replace books – but it’s not as simple as just adding iPads.
Three is the magic number.
DCU and the DAA have joined up to establish the Dublin Aviation Institute.
Business can no longer pay public sector bodies by cheque.
Lads, it’s just a phone.
There’s more positive economic news out today.
The Tánaiste wasn’t ruling it out when asked today.
Latest layoffs the next round of company’s 18,000 job cuts.
Fancy a breakdown of the best new shows and returning series? We’ve got you covered.
Ged Nash has been explaining what the Low Pay Commission is all about.
Greyhound board pens deal to take local races to William Hill’s online gamblers.
Zamano reports a fall in sales and profits, blames ComReg code of practice for bad local figures.
SME confidence keeps improving, but rising tariffs and wage bills are getting in the way of growth.
Tim Cook said in a letter on privacy that Apple doesn’t let government services access the company’s information.
Rents are up across the country, especially in Dublin.
Wednesday 17 September, 2014
Those with an iPhone 4S or newer will be able to download the new version of iOS, but make sure you have 3GB of space free.
Limerick’s Strand Hotel going for €17 million, owners say it’s worth three times that.
iCloud owners will now be able to activate two-step verification for iCloud, meaning they will need a smartphone to log in to their account.
Tullamore Dew returns to namesake town after 60 years as global demand for Irish whiskey keeps on growing.
They’ve jumped the fence, baby, and are coming to visit us.
The actress and angel investor will be speaking at the event, which is taking place in November.
Twitter users teamed up last night to catch suspects in a homophobic attack in Philadelphia
As many as 19% believe this it is mainly the case in State-owned companies.
If you’re not sure what features each app is accessing every time you use one, this is the place to start.
We have officially lost the run of ourselves.
Company predicts massive losses after writing off more than €1 billion in worthless goodwill for its mobiles.
An early General Election or lengthy court proceedings could scupper the work of the inquiry entirely, Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath is warning.
Survey says IT workers now prefer startups to big tech companies so they get to do interesting projects.
Tuesday 16 September, 2014
Michael Noonan happy with the recommendations, particularly the bit about the digital economy.
The soft robot arm is made out of rubber and is designed to move in confined spaces.
The BAI is dolling out a total of €5.2 million to TV and radio projects.
‘I wouldn’t dare do such a thing’: After Enda’s scolding, Leo isn’t talking about the Budget this week
The Health Minister was remaining tight-lipped about the Budget this morning.
The half-hour programmes will be aired from January.
The Apple CEO said that Apple’s business is ‘not based on having information’ about its users and that government agencies don’t have back door access to its servers.
Latest customer sentiment survey down last month after hitting a seven-year high in July.
Cycling in Dublin rose by 82% over five years.
OECD wants to cut down on corporate tax shifting. We look at what all the fuss is about.
The quarterly water charge set to hit households from January will effectively “suck” money out of the system, economist Tom McDonnell says.