Planning sought for tallest building in the country

Plans for what could be the tallest building in Ireland, near Cork’s Mahon Point, have been submitted to An Bord Pleanála.

MORE

IHF finds over 1,350 junk food adverts went out during World Cup knock-out stages

There are calls for junk food ads to be banned on TV before 9pm.

MORE

Cork city faces €250k bill to clean up illegal dump yet again

Cork City faces a potential €250,000 bill for the clean-up of a notorious illegal dump site — again.

MORE

How did Vote Leave break UK election law?

The official registered pro-Brexit campaign was investigated over its spending during the 2016 referendum campaign.

MORE

Cliff Richard waits for judge’s decision in court battle with BBC

The entertainer wants damages at the ‘top end’ of the scale over TV coverage of a police raid on his home.

MORE

British woman impaled by beach umbrella in US

The umbrella pierced the woman’s ankle.

MORE

Joined-up thinking needed to boost crowds

Nothing beats being there, according to the old advertising slogan, and at Gaelic games, attendance is often its own reward.

MORE

Clare fan: ‘I was dragged off Páirc Uí Chaoimh like a dog’

A Clare fan said he was “dragged off the field like you’d drag a dog” following the county’s All-Ireland SHC quarter-final win over Wexford ...

MORE

Tommy Fleetwood: Course-record experience of Carnoustie has no relevance

European number one Tommy Fleetwood may hold the course record at Carnoustie but he is under no illusions that the 63 he shot at last October’s Alfred Dunhill ...

MORE

Netflix shares plunge as growth in subscriber numbers slows

It is the first time in a more than a year that Netflix has not exceeded its subscriber growth projections.

MORE

Sherry Fitz sells commercial division

Property group Sherry FitzGerald is to focus on residential property, new homes, and mortgage provision, after selling its commercial property arm to minority partner ...

MORE

Directors group warn on overheating economy

The economy may already be overheating as fears about Brexit, skills shortages and political insecurity loom large, Ireland’s business directors believe.

MORE

Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again: The reviews are in

The film is a follow-up to the surprise, smash-hit movie of 2008.

MORE

Why everyone loves that Britney Spears is releasing a gender neutral perfume

It’s called My Prerogative – after the Bobby Brown song the popstar famously covered in 2004.

MORE

Edith Bowman on battling workplace sexism: ‘Make it clear you believe in equal opportunities’

The presenter chats to Prudence Wade about the importance of career equality, keeping men in the conversation, and setting examples at home.

MORE