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Conor McGregor trademark battle decision appealed

1 hour 33 min ago
'It is down but not out' for mixed martial arts superstar Conor McGregor's bid to cash in on his brand across the EU.

Ibec calls for faster reopening of economy

1 hour 56 min ago
Employers' group Ibec has asked the Government to bring forward the phases of reopening of the economy, scrap the quarantine restrictions for people entering the country and reduce the two-metre social distancing rule to one-metre.

495,100 employees in receipt of TWSS

2 hours 4 min ago
Just under half a million workers have had their pay subsidised under the government's Temporary Wage Subsidy scheme at a total cost of €1.244 billion, according to the latest figures from the Revenue Commissioners.

A medieval wall might park plans at Adare Manor

2 hours 30 min ago
Expansion plans at Adare Manor and Golf Resort, owned by businessman JP McManus, have fallen foul of Government heritage experts over an unconfirmed medieval town wall.

Over 61,000 businesses benefited from €1.3m in support

2 hours 41 min ago
Measures introduced by Revenue to assist businesses experiencing cashflow and trading difficulties generated liquidity support of €1.3bn from the time they were introduced until the end of April, according to new data from the Department of Finance.

Revenue virus supports generate €1.3bn of liquidity

2 hours 45 min ago
Measures introduced by Revenue to assist businesses experiencing cashflow and trading difficulties generated liquidity support of €1.3bn from the time they were introduced until the end of April, according to new data from the Department of Finance.

TWSS open to women returning from maternity leave

3 hours 1 min ago
The Temporary Wage Subsidy Scheme has been amended to allow women who were on maternity leave to access the payment.

Queuing guidelines for streets of Dublin

3 hours 46 min ago
Queuing guidelines for Dublin shoppers have been published by the city council in anticipation of businesses reopening after June 8.

Slowdown in felling licences impacting Coillte

3 hours 58 min ago
A slowdown in the approval of forestry felling licences as a result of new procedures introduced by the Department of Agriculture, is having a detrimental impact on business at Coillte.

ICTU calls for moratorium on compulsory redundancies

4 hours 6 min ago
The Irish Congress of Trade Unions has called for a legal moratorium on employers implementing compulsory redundancies for workers.

Ireland 'on track' for Phase Two on 8 June - Varadkar

4 hours 19 min ago
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that Ireland is "on track" to move to Phase Two of the easing of Covid-19 restrictions on 8 June.

Amazon in talks for new Dublin office - Bloomberg

4 hours 51 min ago
Amazon.com is in talks to rent an office block in Dublin with space for about 750 workers, according to a person familiar with the matter.

Planning permission granted for 735 new Cork homes

5 hours 50 min ago
An Bord Pleanala has given the green light for plans to construct 735 residential units on the outskirts of Cork city.

Xenon secures €1m investment for fever detection device

6 hours 15 min ago
Carlow-based Xenon has secured €1m in funding for the company's handsfree, infrared temperature testing device called Fever Defence.

Sterling sinks to two-month low ahead of Brexit talks

6 hours 25 min ago
The pound fell to a two-month low against a broadly strong euro today ahead of a new round of Brexit talks next week, but it recovered a little against a weaker dollar.

Vestager denies making Lufthansa bailout more difficult

7 hours 5 min ago
EU competition chief Margrethe Vestager denied today that she was putting hurdles in the way of Lufthansa's €9 billion government rescue.

Aer Lingus to make face masks mandatory on flights

7 hours 39 min ago
Passengers and cabin crew on board future Aer Lingus services will have to wear face masks or face coverings, according to new plans published by the airline.

Households' saving levels see biggest rise since 2003

7 hours 49 min ago
New figures from the Central Bank show that the level of saving by Irish households saw the biggest increase since the bank started recording the figures in 2003.

Annual retail sales figures slump by 43% in April

8 hours 9 min ago
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that retail sales slumped by 43.3% in April compared to the same time last year as much of the retail sector remained closed due to Covid-19 restrictions.

Kilkenny telecommunications firm in recruitment drive

9 hours 2 min ago
A Kilkenny-based telecommunications firm has begun a recruitment drive which should see up to 50 jobs being created as part of its work on the National Broadband Plan.

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