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Irish businesses face particular risk from common scam with hybrid working model

160 businesses across Ireland were surveyed by the international firm on the main risks facing them, and it revealed that cyber-security remains a principal... View article...

Northern Ireland's art market mired in post-Brexit confusion

Northern Ireland's art market mired in post-Brexit confusion. Experts fear country could become "gateway to Europe for illicit cultural property", while new... View article...

Irish criminal cartels swap drugs for puppies to pocket £150million a year

Ireland's criminal puppy smuggling cartels are estimated to be hauling in around £150MILLION a year transporting and selling sick and dying dogs to the UK... View article...

Cabinet approves legislation to allow e-scooters on Irish roads

“With this strong legislation approved by Cabinet – we are one step closer to not only legally having e-scooters in Ireland, but also ensuring the country... View article...

A century after partition, Ireland’s churches are cooperating more closely than ever

An uneasy peace. Britain established the border separating Northern Ireland from the rest of the island in May 1921, and it has loomed over Irish politics ever... View article...

Nightclubs in Ireland to reopen on Friday but with restrictions

Social distancing, Covid certificates and table service will continue in restaurants and bars. The restrictions are expected to remain in place until February... View article...

David Frost's bluster can't wish away the Northern Ireland ..

The UK government and the EU are in a stand-off over the Northern Ireland protocol. David Frost, the British minister for EU relations, has threatened to... View article...

Why Northern Ireland Matters for Europe

... Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, the invisible borders were thanks to a peace accord painstakingly negotiated between the British and Irish... View article...