- 1: 14-year-old's ingenious poem bowls Twitter over
- 2: ‘Horrific’ messages found on late teen’s phone
- 3: Touring family of foxes get up close and personal at school
- 4: Revenue set sights on babysitting tax
- 5: Our top 10 tips for saving water at home
- 6: Fishing authorities say super trawler banned from Australia can fish in Irish waters
- 7: Pope admits stealing dead confessor's rosary beads from casket
- 8: Cork's most famous fishmonger invited to visit Queen
- 9: Cork film industry left reeling
- 10: Warning over wind turbine syndrome
- We ignore Ukraine crisis at our peril
Almost 100 years ago, many of our grandparents and great grandparents went to war, often never to return.
- Rivals to merge and base largest global banana firm in Ireland
Tropical fruit supplier Fyffes is to merge with US-based rival Chiquita in a deal creating the world's largest banana company, which will be based in Ireland.
- NTMA announces 10-year bond auction for Thursday
The National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) has announced that it will hold a bond auction on Thursday.
- The Small Business Show (10-16/03/14)
The first Irish Examiner Small Business Show explores how and why the bullying of gay and lesbian employees is still a problem and - along with all the latest news affecting SME's - includes interviews with three entrepreneurs who share their inspirational stories about building their businesses and developing positive sustainable futures.
- Ruling has implications for Ulster Bank’s debt collection
A High Court ruling has significant implications for Ulster Bank's efforts to recover debts in Ireland.
- Construction cost quotes rise by 3%
The amount of money being quoted by building firms for large scale construction jobs increased by over 3% in 2013, and is expected to continue to grow moderately during this year.
- Dublin tops in European hotel sector for 2013
Dublin is expected to be the star performer in the European hotels sector this year, despite no new properties coming on stream.
- High salaries push CHC’s loss to €3.1m
Average salaries of €100,000 each for the 113 staff at the firm operating the €500m state contract to provide helicopter Search and Rescue (SAR) services contributed to losses at the firm increasing by 13% to €3.1m last year.
- Failing banks focus of EU talks
European Union governments and parliamentarians will try to reach a compromise this week on how to wind down failing banks in marathon talks intended to settle who decides to close banks and who picks up the bill.
- Subway opens store number 200 in Ireland
The American sandwich franchise Subway has opened its 200th store in Ireland.
- Experts to review use of fluoride in water
An international group of consultants is to be appointed by the Government to examine the use of fluoride in the public water supply.
- Porbeagle shark washes up in Kerry
A 6ft shark from the Great White family has washed up on a Kerry beach. The female porbeagle shark was discovered by local photographer Bernard Fitzgerald at the weekend as he was walking on the Aughacasla beach in Castlegregory.
- ‘My killer son couldn’t get any more evil’
In his first public comments about the 2012 Connecticut school massacre, the father of gunman Adam Lanza said what his son did couldn't "get any more evil" and he now wishes his son had never been born.
- Youngest British soldier of First World War fought at Somme aged just 12
The youngest Briton to fight in the First World War was just 12 years old — but Sidney Lewis' identity remained a secret for almost a century until the chance discovery of faded documents revealed his extraordinary story.
- Kelly ‘should talk to bank’
Finance Minister Michael Noonan has called on UCD economics professor, Morgan Kelly, to contact the Central Bank over his claims that SME debt could sink the economy.
- ‘Dr Doom’ needs to back up his views with hard evidence
In 2008 economist Nouriel Roubini earned widespread ridicule for claiming that the embryonic problems in the US subprime sector would mutate into an existential financial crisis that would cost the banking system over $1 trillion (€721bn).
- Our teens not so sweet on OTT birthday parties
Series like 'My Super Sweet 16' make good TV, but they don't sway Irish kids' birthday expectations, says Áilín Quinlan
- Waste not, want not, is an appetising policy for St Patrick's Fest
Over 5,000 free curries will be dished out in Cork to highlight how much food is still wasted, writes Joe McNamee