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16 October 2018 15:08 Ireland planning physical infrastructure for Brexit at ports and airports

Ireland is stepping up preparations for physical infrastructure at ports and airports after Brexit, the Taoiseach said. Ministers held detailed discussions in Dublin on Tuesday surrounding the hiring of customs officers and veterinary inspectors as well as the upgrading of IT systems. They have held a series of workshops for businesses aimed at getting 2

20 September 2018 12:54 TG4 apologises after CGI clip showing caravan being kicked off cliff is shown before news bulletin

The branding clip was on an automatic schedule and has been used since 2013. It will no longer be broadcast. NATIONAL BROADCASTER TG4 has apologised after a short clip involving a caravan was shown prior to a news segment about a woman’s death yesterday. The computer-generated clip – dubbed an ‘ident’ intended to inform viewers what channel they’re watching 14

14 September 2018 14:32 Serena Williams' sexism claims 'a bit far-fetched,' says US Open mixed doubles champion

US Open mixed doubles champion Jamie Murray believes the umpire Carlos Ramos SERENA WILLIAMS’ CLAIMS that she was punished more harshly during her US Open umpire row because she is female have been described as ‘far-fetched’ by Jamie Murray. During the final against Naomi Osaka, Williams was given a code violation for what chair umpire Carlos Ramos deemed 2

03 September 2018 12:02 Boris Johnson offering no new ideas on Brexit, says Downing Street

Downing Street has delivered a stinging slapdown to former British foreign secretary Boris Johnson, saying he has produced “no new ideas” on Brexit. In a barely-veiled rebuff to Mr Johnson’s ambitions to become British prime minister, Theresa May’s official spokesman told reporters that the UK needed “serious leadership with a serious plan” which was being 2

21 August 2018 13:22 Canadian owners of Whitegate refinery to buy Top Oil

Canadian company Irving Oil have confirmed that it has signed agreements to acquire the Tedcastle group of companies which operates under the brand name Top Oil. It is not known how much the sale went for with Irving Oil saying that more information would be shared at the close of the sale. Following completion of the acquisition, Top Oil branding will remain 4

09 July 2018 10:30 This is what buses will look like on 24 Dublin routes later this year

The travel experience will stay largely the same for commuters, the company says. THE DESIGN FOR buses along 24 privately-run public routes has been unveiled. British transport company Go Ahead signed a contract to operate the routes in April and today unveiled both its buses and depot in Ballymount. The bus livery is designed by the National Transport 11

11 May 2018 23:00 Tourism roadshows are Pure Cork

Local communities, organisations, and accommodation providers all over Cork are being asked to buy into the new Pure Cork brand aimed at boosting the county’s tourism offering. Visit Cork, the governing organisation for leisure and business tourism, is taking to the four corners of the county to host a series of open roadshows later this month. The roadshows 27

31 October 2017 21:26 Trump calls former campaign aide at centre of Russia inquiry a liar

US president hits out at investigation after three charged with criminal offences A defiant Donald Trump has hit out at the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in the US election, branding one of the three men charged with criminal offences a “liar” and insisting there had been “no collusion”. In a series of tweets on Tuesday morning, the US president 22

01 October 2017 05:42 North Korea vows to become a 'state nuclear force'

Pyongyang calls sanctions and pressure 'futile' in halting its development of nuclear weapons. North Korea's state news agency has called the US-led effort to impose sanctions over its weapons programme futile, vowing the country inevitably will become a "state nuclear force". The comments on Sunday came from the Korean Central News Agency's website 7

05 September 2017 17:36 Footage of horse being ridden through pub in Ireland is branded 'mortifying' by animal rights campaigner

FOOTAGE of a horse being ridden through a pub in Dublin has divided opinion, with one animal rights activist branding it ‘mortifying’. Regulars could have been forgiven for thinking they’d had too much to drink after seeing a horse being ridden through the venue. According to the Facebook page Photos of Dublin, who posted the video, the footage was taken 18