Cork business innovation hub Republic of Work (ROW) has celebrated reaching its second birthday in Cork.
An events promoter has avoided the threat of being jailed over a €250,000 debt to comedian Mario Rosenstock after being declared bankrupt.
PPI-award winning broadcaster, Ray Foley, will co-present a new breakfast show on Cork’s RedFM’s with Jason Coughlan from Monday.
Natalie Price from Clonakilty, West Cork, has been announced as the winner of the Ford ‘Find A Ford, Find a Fortune’ promotion.
A judge has warned a “failed promoter” he could be sent to jail if he does not get a “normal” job to pay back a debt of about €250,000 to comedian Mario Rosenstock.
A wave of nostalgia for the Irish kids’ TV of yore greeted the news that RTÉ will outsource all its TV programming for young people to independent production companies.
Twitter launched Moments in certain regions a few months back, and now it's officially out in Ireland.
A four-month Bord Bia summer campaign of promotional activities has got under way with the objective of driving sales of lamb.
It may have come four years late but Cork’s world champion race walker Rob Heffernan is now finally an Olympic medallist.
From firebrand of bigotry to chuckle brother of power-sharing, Ian Paisley divided opinion to the last just as he had once sought to divide communities.
The build-up started with Cork’s 96FM’s ‘below the belt’ promotion directing a thinly veiled personal swipe at their former prizefighter.
As if we didn't know already, Brian O'Driscoll demonstrated his legendary status today by surprising a fan on radio.
Playing to a full house at Dublin’s Vicar Street is no mean feat.
Justice Minister Alan Shatter has roundly defended the imprisonment of an elderly and ill anti-war activist, visited in jail this week by the President’s wife, saying the woman should “not be presented in heroic guise”.
So turns out food really is the way to a man's heart.
I NEARLY met Conor Faughnan recently.
Billionaire media mogul Denis O’Brien will not be investigated for excessive influence over his radio and newspaper empire.
CHAIRING the Four Angry Men in the Opera House on Thursday last was a fascinating experience, not least because they played to a packed house.
BROADCASTER Ray D’Arcy returns to live television smelling of roses after yesterday being confirmed as the new presenter of the International Rose of Tralee.
The Competition Authority has given conditional approval for the sale of Dublin radio station FM 104 to Scottish Radio Holdings, which owns TodayFM.
Scottish Radio Holdings (SRH) has reported a 7.7% rise in like-for like sales for the first quarter of the year.
Media group Scottish Radio Holdings broadcast an upbeat message today after revenues at its radio and press divisions moved strongly ahead.
The editor of Dublin’s Sunday Tribune newspaper, Matt Cooper, resigned today on being appointed full time presenter of The Last Word on TodayFM.
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