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Thursday 30 November 2023 Dublin: 3°C

# BT

This year
Debunked: Dialing 55 during an emergency in Ireland won't alert a phone operator to a 'silent' call
But ringing 999 multiple times and hanging up will alert Gardaí
All time
Can a manager and a pundit be too close?
Several ex-Man United players have recently been criticised for their continual defence of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Brown Thomas to take over two floors of former House of Fraser in Dundrum
The flagship store will take House of Fraser’s place, and will open in 2021.
Telecoms giant BT warns Prince Andrew must be dropped from awards scheme or it may pull funding
It joins a growing number of firms expressing unease at partnerships involving the Duke of York.
Shoppers queued up from early this morning for the St Stephen's Day sales
There was a sizeable line stretching up Grafton Street for Brown Thomas before it opened at 9am this morning.
Climate change and social media - Here's what's in store for the BT Young Scientist Exhibition
The BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2019 takes place from 9-12 January at the RDS in Dublin.
Trinny Woodhall just got her own pop-up makeup shop in Brown Thomas
The ‘What Not To Wear’ star has launched her own make up collection called ‘Trinny London’.
PSNI issues warning after over €20k stolen from elderly through phone scams
A number of elderly people were contacted by a scammer pretending to work for British Telecom (BT).
'Hopefully projects like these will inspire more young scientists'
We checked in on two BTYSTE projects we’ve been following.
It's 'too difficult': Why 40% of students say they didn't study science in college
Almost 80% of those who participated in the Young Scientist Exhibition went on to study science and/or technology in third-level education.
A strike by 999 workers today kicked off a month of industrial action
The workers say that they want to be paid a Living Wage.
999 call centre company insists it will be business as usual tomorrow, despite workers' strike
Workers at the BT / Conduit’s Navan call-centre are to go on strike for 12 hours tomorrow.
Who's better at lying - boys or girls?
Two girls at this year’s Young Scientist Exhibition have an answer to a question that’s preoccupied teenagers for generations.
Harry Redknapp had a bit of an Eamon Dunphy moment on BT today
The former Tottenham and QPR manager had to apologise for his ill-advised choice of words.
'Everyone has to be an option': Nick Evans joined BOD to explain his decision making process in attack
The hips don’t lie.
Brown Thomas on Grafton Street forced to close after power outage
It wasn’t the Christmas lights causing a short.
Sky and BT set to re-engage in ratings tussle as Champions Cup commences
The broadcasting heavyweights will battle it out on the opening weekend of the newly rebranded tournament.
The constant queue for Nespresso proves that the boom is truly back
Nobody mention the R word.
Meet Ireland's bright sparks at the BT Young Scientist & Technology exhibition spoke to some of the talented teenagers behind the incredible ideas and projects.
30 live UFC events, including Conor McGregor in Boston, confirmed for Irish TV
Setanta Sports have added to their package and will now have 33 extra Premier League games at 3pm on Saturdays.
New deal sees BT acquisition of ESPN channels in Britain and Ireland
The move means that from next season, BT Sport will boast coverage of the FA Cup, 38 matches from the Premier League and the SPL amongst others.
The Hobbit - is it actually any good?
Patrick McCarry delivers the verdict on Peter Jackson’s new blockbuster… and recognises that chap from Cold Feet.
Internet TV service YouView being sued over name
The venture has suffered yet another set back and is now being sued or trademark infringement over its name.
Groundwork: 'Productive' meeting for ERC stakeholders in Dublin
The Heineken Cup has at least another two years to run.
'Game changer': BT secure £152M Premiership Rugby broadcast rights
The deal will also dilute Sky TV’s monopoly on Heineken Cup coverage.
Bowe: I was so jealous of the Ulster lads last season
The Ireland winger says returning to his home province was always the first choice after four seasons away in Wales.
Picture perfect: Your impressive public relations image of the day...
Irish gymnastics hopeful Kieran Behan shows what he can do as his new London 2012 sponsorship deal is announced.
BT signs €9 million contract with Dept of Social Protection
The company will provide services to the department which will benefit its modernisation programme and its 7,000 staff.
€38m investment into Three’ s network will increase broadband speeds to 100MB
A multi-million euro contract between BT Ireland and Three will see higher broadband speeds of up to 100Mb per second being rolled out over Ireland over the next 18 months.
BT to invest €2million in Young Scientist exhibition
News comes as students are encouraged to start preparing their entries for next year’s competition.