Sunday, December 16, 2018

Risky behaviour leads to rapid rise in STDs

Risky behaviour leads to rapid rise in STDs HIV test A medical specialist has warned that an urgent response is needed to combat rapidly spreading sexually transmitted diseases, including HIV, in Ireland. The strong...

Mary Kenny: The prediction game

Mary Kenny: The prediction game Forecasting no longer involves gazing into a crystal ball Mary Kenny, writer and author. Photo: Tony Gavin Now here's an interesting career choice for any young graduate searching for...

New Zealand to charge visitors €20 ‘tourist tax’ to enter the country

New Zealand to charge visitors €20 'tourist tax' to enter the country New Zealand plans to charge visitors up to NZ$35, but are taxes the best way to tackle overtourism? Bungee-jumping, Kawarau suspension...

Business Irish

Richard Curran: Get a whistleblower to chair the new banking culture board Former Barings rogue trader Nick Leeson, whose actions brought down the bank. Photo: David Conachy The culture police are coming to...

Opinion

European models of home ownership: so how do they do it in Italy? Even the Italian obsession with bricks and mortar has fallen foul of the market, writes Paddy Agnew Italian house prices...

Confidence on public debt pile is sound – but a perfect storm is brewing

Confidence on public debt pile is sound - but a perfect storm is brewing Conor O’Kelly, chief executive of the National Treasury Management Agency. Photo: Fennell Photography 'Almost irrespective of the external interest...

Let’s get this doomed show on the road

Let's get this doomed show on the road We're stuck with the Super 8 so the least we can do is take the games out of Croke Park Rory Beggan of Monaghan kicks...

Open arms awaiting as showpiece makes way to Portrush

Open arms awaiting as showpiece makes way to Portrush James Corrigan on how the Northern Ireland venue is already preparing for momentous event Carnoustie in all its glory during the final round of...

‘Beast from the East’ blamed as Irish economy shrank in first three months of...

'Beast from the East' blamed as Irish economy shrank in first three months of this year Winter weather Mar 18th 2018 The Irish economy shrank in the first quarter of the year, in...

Donald Trump ‘willing to hit all goods imported from China with tariffs’

Donald Trump 'willing to hit all goods imported from China with tariffs' US President Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping – Chinese state spending has increased in June US president Donald Trump...

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Judge and lawyers will oversee Quinn Insurance probe

Judge and lawyers will oversee Quinn Insurance probe 'In October two former directors of QIL, Liam McCaffrey and Kevin Lunny, lost a High Court action...

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