Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Stobart eyes Aer Lingus extension Warwick Brady, chief executive of the UK's Stobart Group Stobart Air is understood to be negotiating a three-year extension to its 10-year contract to operate the Aer Lingus Regional service. If successful, this would push the contract...
Catching the wave of change... sex after the menopause Life was good. I had met The One, and we were blissfully happy, in love and in lust. Then menopause hit, and I lost all my desire, for life and for...
Simon Coveney rules out snap autumn election The Tánaiste was speaking as he attended the launch of a new unit at Cork University Hospital Simon Coveney Photo: Tom Burke TÁNAISTE Simon Coveney has ruled out a snap election in the autumn. Mr Coveney...
'It is dreadful' - meet the students travelling up to six hours a day just to go to college As the price of rent continues to rise, more and more students are choosing to commute long distances to college every...
Euro zone bond markets turn focus to Sintra forum for more ECB rate clues Photo: Depositphotos Most government bond yields in the euro zone were steady on Monday, pausing after a hefty fall late last week after the European Central Bank...
EBS concedes on 500 tracker cases Stock image HUNDREDS of new tracker denial cases have been conceded by a leading lender. EBS, the former building society that is now a subsidiary of AIB, have returned 500 residential mortgage account holders to valuable...
Dad and son lucky to be alive following farm slurry fumes accident Emergency services at the scene on the Ballyhanedin Road near Claudy Co Derry A father and son are recovering in Altnagelvin Hospital after being overcome by slurry fumes at...
Celebrating a man who wiggles his hips when he walks is a step in right direction The way we walk is a powerful means through which we can express ourselves, writes Sophie Donaldson Era-defining garment for secretaries everywhere What does your walk...
Alan O'Neill: Smashing the mould to achieve international success Developing new markets can boost business (Stock image) What do you do when you have successfully built your brand and your business has reached saturation in your home market? The textbooks suggest...
'A career in music is not about making money' My Money Fiona Kelly The award-winning Irish flautist Fiona Kelly is from Cork city. She lived there until she was 18, when she travelled abroad to study music. She has lived for a...
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