Wed, 08 Jul, 2020
Wed, 10 Jun, 2020
We are living in a polling vortex. Everything is polled. From opinions on VAR to the ‘Great Jamie Heaslip Podcast Plebiscite’ debacle, we have tested and tasted so much that instead of just cooking a family dinner, it’s best to create a twitter poll, socialise it, and wait an hour before going to the shops. The adage “if everything is important, nothing is” now applies to polling; if everything is worth polling, maybe nothing should be.
Tue, 21 Jan, 2020
The impending threat of Brexit, the domestic beef crisis and the growing awareness of climate change have put the importance of supporting local food producers back on the menu in Co Cork, writes
Tue, 12 Nov, 2019
Former Liberia Football Association president Musa Bility, who tried to become FIFA president in 2015, has been banned from football for 10 years and fined just over £400,000 by the game’s global governing body.
Wed, 24 Jul, 2019
As far as energy is concerned, potential Brexit tariffs and the sterling exchange rate are red herrings. Tariffs — as opposed to transport costs — are no big deal in the oil, gas or electricity exploration and production industries.
Mon, 07 Aug, 2017
Sat, 21 Jan, 2017
Sat, 01 Oct, 2016
Irish-linked exploration stocks wavered yesterday after leading international energy research and consultancy group Wood Mackenzie warned most major conventional oil projects risk being delayed or cancelled if global prices remain at or below $50 a barrel.
Thu, 14 Jul, 2016
Sat, 09 Jul, 2016
Offaly-born composer Amanda Feery won the Seán Ó Riada Composition Competition for this year’s Cork International Choral Festival and her piece will be performed on Friday in St Fin Barre’s Cathedral. She is also working on pieces for Crash Ensemble and the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra.
Thu, 28 Apr, 2016