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Everett Herald
Ryanair posts record 2016 profit, sees lower summer faresBritish Airways. Ryanair launched three hostile bids for Aer Lingus that faced
Ryanair posts record 2016 profit, sees lower summer fares
Everett Herald / Posted 16 hours ago
British Airways. Ryanair launched three hostile bids for Aer Lingus that faced opposition from competition regulators, the Irish government and labor unions.Analysts credit Ryanair�s 2013 decision to start improving customer service and broadening... Read more
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Gawker
Global Warming Exists Only On a Small Slice of Beachfront Property in Ireland Owned By Donald Trumpgolf course to protect it from erosion and rising sea levels as caused by globa
Global Warming Exists Only On a Small Slice of Beachfront Property in Ireland Owned By Donald Trump
Gawker / Posted 19 hours ago
golf course to protect it from erosion and rising sea levels as caused by global warming: The statement acknowledges one Irish government study that assumes a steady rate of erosion through 2050, but argues that the study fails to account for the... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Ireland Consults On Taxation Of Employee Share Schemesby Jason Gorringe, Tax-News.com, London23 May 2016 The Irish Government has la
Ireland Consults On Taxation Of Employee Share Schemes
Tax-News.com / Posted 20 hours ago
by Jason Gorringe, Tax-News.com, London23 May 2016 The Irish Government has launched a consultation on the tax treatment of share-based remuneration. The Programme for Partnership Government... Read more
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CBS News
Trump denies climate change--but fears it could hurt his golf coursethat statement says that rising sea levels in that region could accelerate eros
Trump denies climate change--but fears it could hurt his golf course
CBS News / Posted 22 hours ago
that statement says that rising sea levels in that region could accelerate erosion. The statement cited a study by the Irish government predicting a steady rate of erosion through 2050, but the statement says that the study failed to take... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
Ryanair posts record 2016 profit, sees lower summer faresBritish Airways. Ryanair launched three hostile bids for Aer Lingus that faced
Ryanair posts record 2016 profit, sees lower summer fares
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 22 hours ago
British Airways. Ryanair launched three hostile bids for Aer Lingus that faced opposition from competition regulators, the Irish government and labor unions. Analysts credit Ryanair's 2013 decision to start improving customer service and... Read more
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Salon.com
Donald Trump considers climate change “bullshit” and “a total hoax” — except when it comes to his precious golf coursesthat would protect his beloved course from “global warming and its effects.” Ac
Donald Trump considers climate change “bullshit” and “a total hoax” — except when it comes to his precious golf courses
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
that would protect his beloved course from “global warming and its effects.” According to an application filed with the Irish government by Trump International Golf Links & Hotel Ireland, those effects include “increased erosion due to rising... Read more
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Tax-News.com
European Commission Calls For Broader Irish Tax BaseFor Broader Irish Tax Baseby Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels20 May 2016 T
European Commission Calls For Broader Irish Tax Base
Tax-News.com / Posted 4 days ago
For Broader Irish Tax Baseby Ulrika Lomas, Tax-News.com, Brussels20 May 2016 The European Commission has said that the Irish Government should make further progress "towards making the tax system more efficient and growth-friendly." In its... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
It is no fairy tale to say dissidents are infiltrated by MI5told this writer that following the IRA split that produced the Real IRA, a sen
It is no fairy tale to say dissidents are infiltrated by MI5
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
told this writer that following the IRA split that produced the Real IRA, a senior figure in the Provisionals went to the Irish Government and handed over the names of about a dozen prominent people who were going to form the hardcore of a new... Read more
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MacDailyNews
EU lays down the law on corporate tax deals as Apple probe continues – MacDailyNewsthat we have been in Ireland. If the question is, was there ever a ‘quid pro qu
EU lays down the law on corporate tax deals as Apple probe continues – MacDailyNews
MacDailyNews / Posted 4 days ago
that we have been in Ireland. If the question is, was there ever a ‘quid pro quo’ that we were trying to strike with the Irish government – that was never the case. We’ve always been very transparent with the Irish government that we wanted to be... Read more
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Irish Central
Curator of Ireland 100 on the three-week celebration of culture (PHOTOS & VIDEOS)the United States,” says Adams. “This is an event that we have worked on in co
Curator of Ireland 100 on the three-week celebration of culture (PHOTOS & VIDEOS)
Irish Central / Posted 5 days ago
the United States,” says Adams. “This is an event that we have worked on in collaboration with the Irish Embassy and the Irish government to celebrate the centennial of 1916. It's an international celebration and we believe it will be the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Business leaders say Government ill-prepared for Brexitvote is clearly a cause for concern among business leaders, the majority of who
Business leaders say Government ill-prepared for Brexit
The Irish Times / Posted 5 days ago
vote is clearly a cause for concern among business leaders, the majority of whom believe that Irish businesses and the Irish Government need to step-up their preparations in the event of a UK vote to leave the EU.” “Irish directors are... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Government to press British for Dublin-Monaghan bombings filesStormont House Agreement," the spokeswoman said. "We will continue working wit
Government to press British for Dublin-Monaghan bombings files
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Stormont House Agreement," the spokeswoman said. "We will continue working with the Northern Ireland Executive and the new Irish government to try and establish the necessary consensus to introduce legislation establishing them." Sinn Fein... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Irish government to press British for Dublin-Monaghan bombings files Alan McBride speaking at a wreath-laying ceremony in Talbot Street, Dublin, t
Irish government to press British for Dublin-Monaghan bombings files
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
Alan McBride speaking at a wreath-laying ceremony in Talbot Street, Dublin, to mark the 42nd anniversary of the Dublin-Monaghan bombingsHaley O'Brien (four), whose great uncle John... Read more
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U TV
Irish government to pursue Dublin-Monaghan filescollusion into the massacre and are pursuing access to classified files in rela
Irish government to pursue Dublin-Monaghan files
U TV / Posted 7 days ago
collusion into the massacre and are pursuing access to classified files in relation to the bombings. Mr Flanagan said the Irish Government was also determined to get agreement with Northern Ireland politicians on how to deal with legacy issues... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Irish Government to 'actively pursue' access to Dublin-Monaghan bombings files Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan said he would continue to demand th
Irish Government to 'actively pursue' access to Dublin-Monaghan bombings files
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
Foreign Affairs Minister Charlie Flanagan said he would continue to demand the original police and security papers be opened The Irish Government has said it is... Read more
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heraldscotland
Irish Government to 'actively pursue' access to Dublin-Monaghan bombing filesinjured - the biggest death toll on a single day in the decades of political vi
Irish Government to 'actively pursue' access to Dublin-Monaghan bombing files
heraldscotland / Posted 7 days ago
injured - the biggest death toll on a single day in the decades of political violence and terrorism. The minister said the Irish Government has worked consistently to implement all-party parliamentary motions which call on Britain to allow access... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Adams calls on UK government to release all files on Dublin and Monaghan bombingswhich killed 33 people, including a woman who was nine months' pregnant. Mr Ad
Adams calls on UK government to release all files on Dublin and Monaghan bombings
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
which killed 33 people, including a woman who was nine months' pregnant. Mr Adams also said that it is vital the new Irish Government lives up to the need to ensure the utmost pressure is put on the British administration to release their... Read more
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Irish Examiner
‘Referendum required’ in transatlantic trade dealthe two economic powerhouses. The Commission argues that the EU economy could
‘Referendum required’ in transatlantic trade deal
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
the two economic powerhouses. The Commission argues that the EU economy could benefit to the tune of €199bn a year and the Irish Government is firmly behind TTIP, despite staunch opposition across much of Europe. One of the most controversial... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Minister for Climate Change urged set up citizens conventionbeing urged to set up a citizens convention on how Ireland will handle the issu
Minister for Climate Change urged set up citizens convention
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
being urged to set up a citizens convention on how Ireland will handle the issue. Denis Naughten is the first member of an Irish Government to be given the portfolio. Following his appointment a group of academics have written to him to outline... Read more
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U TV
EU body finds human rights of Irish Travellers breachedof Social Rights (ECSR), which is overseen by the Council of Europe, by the Eur
EU body finds human rights of Irish Travellers breached
U TV / Posted 8 days ago
of Social Rights (ECSR), which is overseen by the Council of Europe, by the European Roma Rights Centre, who claimed the Irish government failed to comply with the principles of the European Social Charter. The ECSR found the Irish government to... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness may attend Battle of the Somme 100th anniversary eventunderstand and celebrate our differences. "Commemorative events should aid rec
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness may attend Battle of the Somme 100th anniversary event
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
understand and celebrate our differences. "Commemorative events should aid reconciliation, and not deepen division." Irish Government sources said Taoiseach Enda Kenny was expected to attend. Last year Belfast Lord Mayor Arder Carson said... Read more
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Irish Central
Roger Casement’s haunting letter eight days before his executiongaze at. Death is not dark, but only deeper blue.” Forty years after Casement’
Roger Casement’s haunting letter eight days before his execution
Irish Central / Posted 9 days ago
gaze at. Death is not dark, but only deeper blue.” Forty years after Casement’s execution, after repeated pleas from the Irish government to have Casement’s body repatriated, he was returned to Ireland on the condition that he would be buried in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Moody’s upgrade no market irrelevancethat you don’t bet against the house. Investors will also be mindful that EU ru
Moody’s upgrade no market irrelevance
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
that you don’t bet against the house. Investors will also be mindful that EU rules will limit the room for manoeuvre of the Irish Government in framing its annual budget and ensure the deficit and the debt burden continue to head in a downward... Read more
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The Irish Times
My father the hero: how Irish sailors saved hundreds in the second World Wara lifeboat, or drowned at sea, you did so on your own time. But in these hard t
My father the hero: how Irish sailors saved hundreds in the second World War
The Irish Times / Posted 10 days ago
a lifeboat, or drowned at sea, you did so on your own time. But in these hard times such risks were compensated for by the Irish government paying war-risk money to supplement the meagre wages that merchant sailors earned. By the end I couldn’t... Read more
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Irish Examiner
UN Council calls on Ireland to change abortion lawincluding a call from Haiti to consider a universal basic income for every citi
UN Council calls on Ireland to change abortion law
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
including a call from Haiti to consider a universal basic income for every citizen. Welcoming the response of the Irish Government, Irish Council for Civil Liberties (ICCL) executive director Mr Mark Kelly said: "Ireland's reaction to the... Read more
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The Irish Times
Irish 10-year bond yield hits one-month low on rating upgrade hopesreferendum on EU membership looming in June.Volume Cantor Fitzgerald analysts
Irish 10-year bond yield hits one-month low on rating upgrade hopes
The Irish Times / Posted 11 days ago
referendum on EU membership looming in June.Volume Cantor Fitzgerald analysts estimate that the average daily volume in Irish government bonds has fallen 40 per cent since 2016 began as investors withdraw ahead of the British vote. For some... Read more
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Irish Examiner
1,000 days since Ibrahim Halawa incarcerated in Egypthas been postponed more than a dozen times, and Amnesty International has named
1,000 days since Ibrahim Halawa incarcerated in Egypt
Irish Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
has been postponed more than a dozen times, and Amnesty International has named Ibrahim a prisoner of conscience. The Irish Government, the European Parliament and the United Nations have all called for his release. Deputy leader of the Green... Read more
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The Irish Times
Easter Rising 1916 – The Trials by Seán Enright review: detailed, but ill-judgedthose who resisted. Also, in the postscript, the author somewhat ambiguously s
Easter Rising 1916 – The Trials by Seán Enright review: detailed, but ill-judged
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
those who resisted. Also, in the postscript, the author somewhat ambiguously states the military courts set up by the Irish Government in the 1940s “functioned well enough” before adding that two IRA members were executed under their aegis. He... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
From companies to policymakers, Irish fret over Brexit riskswant tougher controls on immigration from the EU. While these demands have been
From companies to policymakers, Irish fret over Brexit risks
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 12 days ago
want tougher controls on immigration from the EU. While these demands have been directed at Eastern Europeans, an Irish government-commissioned report said last year that a Brexit also opens the possibility of restrictions on the free... Read more
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Swissinfo
From companies to policymakers, Irish fret over Brexit riskswant tougher controls on immigration from the EU. While these demands have been
From companies to policymakers, Irish fret over Brexit risks
Swissinfo / Posted 12 days ago
want tougher controls on immigration from the EU. While these demands have been directed at Eastern Europeans, an Irish government-commissioned report said last year that a Brexit also opens the possibility of restrictions on the free... Read more
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The Irish Times
Net Results: Lax archival law allows ‘digital black hole’highlighted our own Irish digital black hole in the area of government publicat
Net Results: Lax archival law allows ‘digital black hole’
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
highlighted our own Irish digital black hole in the area of government publications. A recent survey indicated the Irish government and its agencies have about 2,030 publications available online – reports, policy, brochures, general... Read more
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The Irish Times
Government bonds total falls by €8.8bn from record highThe amount of Irish government bonds outstanding fell in March from an all-time
Government bonds total falls by €8.8bn from record high
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
The amount of Irish government bonds outstanding fell in March from an all-time high of €128.8 billion, with the figure seen declining further following a subsequent massive debt repayment by the debt office. Figures published by the Central Bank... Read more
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The Register
Ireland handed another $100m by Silicon Valley for startups' handoutforward to expanding our relationships with Irish innovators with this new fina
Ireland handed another $100m by Silicon Valley for startups' handout
The Register / Posted 12 days ago
forward to expanding our relationships with Irish innovators with this new financial commitment. We’d like to thank the Irish government and particularly the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund for their support, collaboration and proactive... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dairy lobby group calls for voluntary cut in outputthe current downturn. The move was championed by France, which has been calling
Dairy lobby group calls for voluntary cut in output
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
the current downturn. The move was championed by France, which has been calling for cuts in supply for several months. The Irish Government is, however, against restricting supply fearing Ireland would cede ground to rival jurisdictions in the... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
Barents Sea, Atlantic Margin lure explorersincluded ExxonMobil, Statoil, Eni, and three companies new to Irish deepwater e
Barents Sea, Atlantic Margin lure explorers
Offshore Magazine / Posted 13 days ago
included ExxonMobil, Statoil, Eni, and three companies new to Irish deepwater exploration, BP, Nexen, and Woodside. The Irish government plans to issue more awards this month. Norway’s 23rd licensing round which closed last December drew bids... Read more
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Business Wire
IDA Ireland Showcases Growth in Ireland’s Life Sciences Sector at American Biomanufacturing Summitsimulator’ for biotech manufacturing that trains professionals on real-world eq
IDA Ireland Showcases Growth in Ireland’s Life Sciences Sector at American Biomanufacturing Summit
Business Wire / Posted 13 days ago
simulator’ for biotech manufacturing that trains professionals on real-world equipment in a real-world environment.” The Irish government has invested more than $100 million dollars in the NIBRT facility, training over 4,000 individuals in... Read more
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Irish Examiner
'Big Bang' solution urged to tackle housing and homelessness crisisor vacant houses or properties where an owner is threatened with repossession.
'Big Bang' solution urged to tackle housing and homelessness crisis
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
or vacant houses or properties where an owner is threatened with repossession. "We need to assert the right of the Irish government to attend to a national crisis in as economic and efficient a way as possible, and this certainly is as... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Big bang' solution urged to tackle housing and homelessness crisisor vacant houses or properties where an owner is threatened with repossession.
'Big bang' solution urged to tackle housing and homelessness crisis
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 14 days ago
or vacant houses or properties where an owner is threatened with repossession. "We need to assert the right of the Irish government to attend to a national crisis in as economic and efficient a way as possible, and this certainly is as... Read more
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Irish Central
Vice President Joe Biden set for Irish visit in late Junewith Irish leader Enda Kenny, who is also from Mayo. The famously Irish Biden
Vice President Joe Biden set for Irish visit in late June
Irish Central / Posted 14 days ago
with Irish leader Enda Kenny, who is also from Mayo. The famously Irish Biden has received an open invitation from the Irish government to come to research his Louth and Mayo roots. In 2014 he was inducted into the Irish America Hall of Fame by... Read more
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The Register
Ireland's hefty data industry demands equally big industry copyear, it is still far from adored. In January, Digital Rights Ireland instructe
Ireland's hefty data industry demands equally big industry cop
The Register / Posted 14 days ago
year, it is still far from adored. In January, Digital Rights Ireland instructed its lawyers to serve legal papers on the Irish government, challenging whether the commissioner's office was truly an “independent data protection authority” under EU... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Hope in short supply for family burdened by tragedywho provided information that led directly to the finding of the Irish teenager
Hope in short supply for family burdened by tragedy
Irish Examiner / Posted 17 days ago
who provided information that led directly to the finding of the Irish teenager. At the same event, the efforts of the Irish government and the Spanish Civil Guard were criticised as insufficient. Prior to last Christmas, Audrey Fitzpatrick... Read more
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Irish Central
Ireland’s first lesbian govt. minister, a US native, makes historyconsidered the father of the Irish state served as Irish leader and cabinet mem
Ireland’s first lesbian govt. minister, a US native, makes history
Irish Central / Posted 17 days ago
considered the father of the Irish state served as Irish leader and cabinet member has another American served in an Irish government. Zappone, 62, is openly gay and is now Ireland’s first openly lesbian minister. A high profile campaigner... Read more
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The Irish Times
Pieces of me: Elizabeth Francis, architect and curatorI have several items that I bought the first time I went to India in the 1990s
Pieces of me: Elizabeth Francis, architect and curator
The Irish Times / Posted 17 days ago
I have several items that I bought the first time I went to India in the 1990s when my brother, who is a diplomat with the Irish Government, was first posted to Delhi. The whole family went out to spend that first Christmas with him. I have... Read more
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The Register
Sayonara, Brits! The Irish tech sector could benefit from Brexita future where, as McWilliams suggests, Ireland could enjoy the best of both wo
Sayonara, Brits! The Irish tech sector could benefit from Brexit
The Register / Posted 18 days ago
a future where, as McWilliams suggests, Ireland could enjoy the best of both worlds. All this, of course, presupposes the Irish government is in a position to develop a strategy for a post-Brexit world. The country has only just reached the point... Read more
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The Irish Times
Lifting sanctions on Iran opens up business opportunitiesintensifying the rivalry. Trading up: Ireland could reopen Tehran embassy The
Lifting sanctions on Iran opens up business opportunities
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
intensifying the rivalry. Trading up: Ireland could reopen Tehran embassy There is an expectation that the next Irish government will move quickly to re-establish an embassy in Tehran in a bid to cement deeper trading ties. Civil... Read more
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Boston Globe
Springfield planting ‘remembrance garden’ to commemorate 1916 Irish Easter Risingas well as a black granite replica of the 1916 proclamation declaring Ireland’s
Springfield planting ‘remembrance garden’ to commemorate 1916 Irish Easter Rising
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
as well as a black granite replica of the 1916 proclamation declaring Ireland’s independence from the United Kingdom. The Irish government last year invited communities to craft remembrance gardens for the 100th anniversary. Springfield says it is... Read more
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Offshore Magazine
Panel highlights exploration opportunities offshore IrelandOffshore staff HOUSTON – Three months ago the Irish government awarded 14 new
Panel highlights exploration opportunities offshore Ireland
Offshore Magazine / Posted 18 days ago
Offshore staff HOUSTON – Three months ago the Irish government awarded 14 new licensing options that give companies access to offshore blocks for two years, resulting in a well-received response, a panel discussed at OTC. The offshore licensing... Read more
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The Irish Times
Lone Star and Oaktree Capital shortlisted for Nama portfoliosis also bidding for both the Project Ruby and Project Emerald portfolios owned
Lone Star and Oaktree Capital shortlisted for Nama portfolios
The Irish Times / Posted 18 days ago
is also bidding for both the Project Ruby and Project Emerald portfolios owned by Nama, according to the people. The Irish government set up Nama in 2009 to take over €74 billion of commercial real estate loans held by the country’s banks and... Read more
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Irish Examiner
President to address conference on development goals todayon development goals today Thursday, May 05, 2016 - 07:38 am A gathering will
President to address conference on development goals today
Irish Examiner / Posted 19 days ago
on development goals today Thursday, May 05, 2016 - 07:38 am A gathering will take place today to look at how the Irish Government and society can play its role in achieving sustainable development goals. The summit will be attended by... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
5,000 Government Primary Schools Rotting Awaythe government has not been idling, according to officials. In Karamoja, for i
5,000 Government Primary Schools Rotting Away
AllAfrica.com / Posted 19 days ago
the government has not been idling, according to officials. In Karamoja, for instance, Uganda with support from the Irish government, is going to construct 21 boarding schools, Mr Lusambu said at a Global Education week. Because the... Read more
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