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Applegreen seeks slice of €400m jet fuel market Joe Barrett, Chief Operating Officer, Applegreen plc. Petrol and forecourt specialist Applegreen is taking aim at the lucrative €400m aviation fuel market at rapidly growing Dublin Airport. Ireland's second-largest service station operator delivered its first batch of jet fuel in recent days with plans to take on the two incumbents who have the market...
Tribunal to hear claims garda was bullied after blowing the whistle on colleague's alleged relationship with drug suspect Garda whistleblower Nick Keogh. Picture by Barry Cronin Allegations a garda was bullied after blowing the whistle on a colleague’s alleged sexual relationship with a suspected drug dealer will be the first matter dealt with by the Disclosures Tribunal when it resumes hearings...
Looking out for Dublin 1 Business group Dublin Town and the American Institute of Architects are behind plans to boost the historic district, writes Michael Cogley An artist’s impression of the Clerys Quarter project, which will feature the city’s largest rooftop restaurant and aims to become a ‘destination development’, with a mix of retail, office, hotel and food; below, Dublin Town...

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Early count gives Social Democratic Party party lead in Finland’s election The election followed a campaign in which concerns about climate change played a central role. Chairman of the Finnish Social Democratic Party Antti Rinne with his wife Heta Ravolainen-Rinne (Antti Aimo-Koivisto/Lehtikuva via AP) Early returns in Finland’s parliamentary election on Sunday have the centre-left Social Democratic Party in first place, with...
Eamonn Sweeney: 'Nothing less than a complete clear-out of the association's top echelon will do'    Blameless: Sinn Féin TD Jonathan O’Brien was thrown out of Turners Cross The current dysfunctional state of Irish football was perfectly encapsulated by an incident at Turners Cross on Friday night. As fans of Cork City unfurled a banner reading "Delaney Out", they were confronted by...
Hailstones ‘like baseballs’ rain down on Texas Social media users have been sharing their experiences of the intense storm. (@Jinga_saurus/Twitter) Hailstones the size of baseballs have been falling in Texas, with local residents describing the deluge as “devasatating”. The adverse weather is part of a large storm that hit the southern US, and many in the area took to social media to share...
Racy Easter display attacked with garden shears The display featured five mannequins dressed in lingerie, fishnet stockings and colourful wigs holding Easter baskets and surrounded by Easter eggs. A woman walks her dog past a racy Easter display in New Jersey (Kevin R Wexler/The Record via AP) A dentist in the US who created a racy Easter display is vowing to put...
German Bund yields head back towards zero on Brexit hopes Stock Euro zone bond yields were lifted off recent lows on Wednesday with Germany's benchmark Bund heading back towards zero percent as hopes of a softer Brexit fuelled risk appetite and investors took heart from signs of progress in US-China trade talks. British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Tuesday she was...
Britain set for Hallowe'en Brexit after EU leaders agree six-month extension EU leaders have agreed to delay Brexit until end of October Delay deal to be reviewed in June, diplomatic sources say But EU leaders demand Britain can't interfere with bloc's agenda Theresa May accepts offer and vows to 'press on' with talks Points of view: German Chancellor Angela Merkel...
Fishing letters, Monday mornings and teenage talent - How Trinity College became one of Ireland's top rugby clubs Trinity Director of Rugby Tony Smeeth (inset), while Trinity win a lineout against UCD during the 2018 Colours Game at College Park. There is a thick stack of envelopes on Tony Smeeth’s desk. The Trinity College Director of Rugby calls them ‘fishing letters’...

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