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15 January 2019 10:57 One-in-four Irish people unhappy in their job

Over half of Irish workers said they have not applied for a new job because they lacked confidence. New research by LinkedIn identified self-doubt as one of the main factors holding people back from a new role. 42% of professionals who were lacking confidence thought they didn’t have strong enough experience, while 40% thought that there were better 206

14 January 2019 17:01 40 GAA Matches to be broadcast on TG4 as part of station's spring schedule

TG4 has unveiled their spring schedule for 2019 with details of their GAA coverage for the coming months. Coverage starts on January 27 with coverage of both All Ireland Football and Hurling champions. Monaghan taken on football champions Dublin in Clones, while there will be deferred coverage of Wexford's clash with hurling champions Limerick in the Allianz 99

14 January 2019 10:15 Construction activity hit a four-month high in December

Construction activity growth hit a four-month high in the month of December. The latest Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Manager's Index monitors the sector's monthly performance and showed a reading of 56.3 in the final month of 2018, rising from 55.5 in November. Job creation in the sector also continued to rise for the 64th consecutive month 100

14 January 2019 06:00 Early bragging rights for Wexford after sparks fly

The team selections may have had an experimental look but there was no dilution in terms of passion when Wexford hosted Kilkenny in this fiery Walsh Cup semi-final yesterday. Wexford claimed a three-point victory after a game which saw Jack O’Connor and Liam Blanchfield receive straight red cards four minutes into the second half following a mass brawl 104

09 January 2019 11:58 Josephine Feehily: Policing Authority concerned about issue of domestic violence

The chair of the Policing Authority, Josephine Feehily, has said that the authority is very concerned about the issue of domestic violence and the fact that there had been two domestic homicides in the first week of this year justified that concern. She said that the authority wants to do more this year in relation to domestic violence. Ms Feehily said: “The origins 115

09 January 2019 10:30 Sligo captain set to miss 2019 season through injury

Sligo captain Kevin McDonnell looks set to miss out on all of 2019 as he struggles to recover from a troublesome hip injury, while experienced duo David Kelly and Ross Donovan also look set to miss out on Paul Taylor’s first year in charge. Sligo begin their FBD League campaign when they clash with Roscommon at Dr Hyde Park on Sunday, but the loss of McDonnell 122

08 January 2019 17:54 Heathrow runway closed amid possible drone sighting; departures suspended as investigation takes place

Departures at Heathrow Airport have been suspended due to a possible drone sighting. The news comes just weeks after London's Gatwick Airport descended into chaos amid reported drone sightings which caused the cancellation of flights both inbound and outbound of the airport. One of the airport's two runways is currently closed and all departures have been suspended 109

07 January 2019 14:47 Samsung announces surprise partnership with Apple at CES tech show

Samsung sprung a surprise ahead of the CES technology show in Las Vegas by announcing a new TV partnership with long-standing rivals, Apple. The iPhone maker’s iTunes Movies and TV Shows app is to be introduced on Samsung smart TVs later in 2019, the first time the two companies have cooperated in such a manner in the TV market. Support for Apple’s wireless 97

04 January 2019 17:04 Everton boss Silva will not change transfer strategy

Everton manager Marco Silva insists he will not change his strategy on transfers and there will be no panic buys in response to their poor recent form. The Toffees have won just once in the last eight matches – against a Burnley side who were struggling at the time – as results took a nose-dive. However, Silva will not make any snap decisions in the January 79

04 January 2019 05:25 Coveney cautious on proposal for Cork light rail system

Tánaiste Simon Coveney is keen to see Cork city get a light rail system, but admits the viability of such a project is still under consideration. His remarks will help fuel further support for the city to get its own Luas, a development the government has committed to considering in the years ahead. “What we’ve agreed to in the 2040 plan is that we would 86