By providing a benign shelter for conflicting identities, the European Union helped end the Troubles in the North. To forget this is to risk a return to the past. ‘Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it’ is a warning from history that should not be forgotten, says
Sat, 28 Sep, 2019
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe yesterday faced a barrage of criticism over Ireland’s tax regime from a prestigious panel at Davos, amid claims the country was facilitating the “stealing of jobs and tax revenues” from fellow Europeans and the world’s hard-working poor.
Fri, 26 Jan, 2018
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has further distanced himself from talk of a post-Brexit united Ireland poll after the North’s first minister, Arlene Foster, told him to concentrate on “reality” instead of “summer school” comments that cause “instability” in the province.
Sat, 23 Jul, 2016
Fri, 01 Apr, 2016
It is little wonder the innovation has been described as a “no brainer” by one prominent racing journalist and yet until last summer, there was no independent horse racing radio station bringing live commentary from every race in Ireland and the UK, as well as interviews and analysis.
Wed, 11 Mar, 2015
SHONA Pitman grew up in a rough patch of a $2 trillion dollar island. Reared in Nicholson Park, a neighbourhood in Jersey once so dangerous the school buses took the long way round it, she was acutely aware she did not belong to the island’s elite.
Sat, 01 Feb, 2014
A group of investors suing in the US courts over losses they claimed were caused following the collapse of Bernard Madoff’s investment companies have got the go-ahead of the High Court to have an Irish bank employee give evidence in their action.
Tue, 28 Feb, 2012
A group of investors who have brought proceedings in the US courts over losses they claimed were caused following the collapse of Bernard Madoff's investment companies have obtained permission of the High Court to have an Irish bank employee give evidence in their action.
Mon, 27 Feb, 2012