Japan to open its market to imports of Irish sheepmeat

Irish sheepmeat will be exported to Japan for the first time after talks between government officials from both countries yielded an agreement.

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Talks between Ireland and Scotland over Rockall dispute could lead to 'satisfactory agreement', says Creed

The Minister expects high-level “engagement” on the diplomatic row to take place in the next few days and the issue to be resolved without international ...

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Irish sheepmeat to be exported to Japan for first time under new trade deal

Irish sheepmeat will be exported to Japan for the first time after talks between government officials from both countries yielded an agreement.

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Planned €23m Irish embassy in Tokyo ‘to boost Irish food trade’

An estimated €23 million investment in a newly planned “state-of-the-art” Irish embassy to promote Irish food and trade in Japan will pay for itself ...

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M&S staff who stayed at home during Storm Emma lose their case

13 staff at Cork city’s Marks & Spencer's store have been told the company acted fairly toward them after they did not attend a shift during high wind and ...

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Investigation launched following discovery of man's body at Cork bus station

Latest: An investigation has been launched after the body of a man in his 30s was discovered at Parnell Place bus station early on Friday morning.

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Ref Nigel Owens to host Cork night in aid of basketball star

The world’s top rugby referee will swap the oval ball for the orange one when he arrives at the Clayton Hotel, Silver Springs for an event in aid of a Cork ...

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Two homeless men die in Cork over two week period

The deaths of two men who were staying in emergency accommodation in the city have sparked calls for official statistics to be collected on homeless deaths in Cork. ...

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Residents vow to resist closure of N20 junction

Residents affected by the temporary closure of the Waterloo junction on the N20 have vowed to resist any plans to close it permanently.

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