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A five-star resort owned by JP McManus is creating 300 new jobs in Limerick
App that encourages children with autism to make eye contact wins at BT Young Scientist Business Bootcamp
iTunes visionary praises Irish pledge to give all children access to arts and coding
Over €200 million invested by EU bank to build 1,400 new social houses here
7,000 fathers have taken paid paternity leave since it was introduced
Eir is looking for people who passed their Leaving Cert to become apprentices
Open thread: What's the most inspiring book you've ever read?
Disney airs its first same-sex kiss
Are you on a job hunt in Dublin or Louth? New jobs are on the way
Prescriptions are going to be cheaper for over-70s with a medical card from tomorrow
It's Pancake Tuesday tomorrow - get some inspiration from this master crêpier
Mahershala Ali's Oscar win last night was a truly historic one
Back from the dead: Nokia relaunches the iconic 3310
Double burials and dead parrots: Strange and unusual stories from Glasnevin Cemetery
Landing a 737-800 is really hard - here's what happened when we tried
Ireland's first sneaker label launches this week
There's a bid to let Swedish workers go home and have sex on their break
260-year-old map shows plans for avenue to Dublin Castle
Our President on a BMX? Here's the story behind that famous photo
Ireland's Heritage Hero spent 10 years selling lottery tickets to raise funds
'Retirement should be an option' - plan to abolish retirement age welcomed
For the first time, a Maeve Binchy novel will be performed on the stage
'Drive-thru' ashes coming to Galway for the start of Lent
'It's a vote of confidence': A major Wicklow film studio plans to grow five times in size
Four identical calves have been born in Co Clare. The farmer couldn't be happier
Next in line: Children's self-portraits take professionals' place in Merrion Square
Starving teenage boy rescued 'by chance' after nearly two weeks at sea without food
David Bowie's son paid an emotional tribute as his iconic father cleaned up at the Brit Awards
Over 100 new tech jobs announced in Dublin after €6.5 million investment
The five Operation Transformation leaders have lost a lot of weight in eight weeks
Pictures: New online archive gives public access to Dublin's visual history
Tech and media companies have announced 153 new jobs for Dublin
In major announcement, Nasa confirms seven Earth-like planets have been discovered
Leo Varadkar hails 'results of government policies' as unemployment rate dips below 7%
Over 200 jobs to be created at two new motorway service stations
Man rescued after being found clinging to his kayak off Cork coast today
Galway mathematicians have found a way of making Batman's cape
'The walls talk' - Dublin city is getting a new tenement museum this summer
'Thanks to books, I feel free': The man with the most degrees in history
GIY Guru: 'I’ve become interested in mindfulness, sitting quietly for ten minutes, in the morning'
Michael Kelly