Tuesday April 07, 2015
The breakfast cereal giant Kellogg's, which routes a huge chunk of its global revenues through Ireland, has warned investors the international clampdown on corporate tax avoidance could have a "material impact" on its finances.
Monday March 02, 2015
A coalition of community groups has placed newspaper adverts calling for independent candidates to run in the next general election in Co Mayo.
Wednesday February 25, 2015
anagement at University College Cork has approved a merger with the Irish Management Institute (IMI) in a deal estimated at €20.5 million, according to documents.
Friday January 30, 2015
A round up of stories from Ireland and around the world.
Thursday December 18, 2014
Commuters in Cork will be able to rent bikes as part of the city's new bike scheme from 12pm.
Wednesday December 17, 2014
Retired garda John Wilson has told the High Court that Ian Bailey and Jules Thomas remained under garda surveillance up until recent years at a level usually reserved for active criminal offenders.
Wednesday December 03, 2014
New data from the Higher Education Authority reveals that women are massively under-represented in senior academic positions across virtually all of the country's third-level institutions.
Monday December 01, 2014
Students at University College Cork have won a global electronic engineering competition for a project that uses smart technology to monitor the plight of honey bees.
Friday November 07, 2014
Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has said a bill addressing assisted reproduction, including surrogacy, will be drawn up by the end of the year.
Wednesday October 29, 2014
Over 30 health related research projects are to receive a total of €13.5m in funding over the next five years. The studies range from stem cell research to fight pneumonia to combating osteoporosis in older patients with HIV.