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John McGee: 'Digital audio's growth comes at a good time for media' Tourism Ireland is showcasing Ireland as the 'Home of the Champions' , as it bids to woo high-spending golfers One of the fastest growing media channels in recent years has been digital audio. Often seen as the preserve of media-streaming services, it has grown significantly in recent years and...
US farmers, still reeling from floods, face new storm The contents of grain silos which burst from flood damage are shown in Fremont County Iowa, U.S., March 29, 2019. Photo taken March 29, 2019. REUTERS/Tom Polansek U.S. farmers, who have spent the last month sifting through damage left by a storm that flooded more than a million acres of crop land,...
John Rentoul: 'Halloween Brexit extension is final proof that Britain will never leave the EU' Going nowhere: British Prime Minister Theresa May does not intend to go unless she gets her deal through. Photo: PA/Jessica Taylor The second extension to the Brexit deadline agreed by EU leaders on Wednesday night makes it likely that the UK will never leave the EU. There...
More understanding of 'silver economy' "We're all growing older and Ireland's older population is also growing. Nearly 20% of us are now over 65. We are living longer. We are generally healthier and more active than our predecessors. As we age our needs change. While that might be seen as a challenge, we believe it also creates an opportunity for...
Ewan MacKenna: 'If the FAI want to treat the public with contempt, it should be reciprocated' FAI Board members You'd nearly have to admire them. Nearly. For instance, we'd love to know how much the exact expenses were around the nine members of the FAI to show up in the Dáil for the day - what with John Delaney refusing any relevant...
EU leaders are ready to grant May an extension but insist UK will be locked out of key decisions Holding their ground: British Prime Minister Theresa May with French President Emmanuel Macron after Brexit talks at the Élysée Palace in Paris. Photo: PA Britain will be told to stay out of key EU decisions in the year ahead if a Brexit...
Going down the alternative route to dairy growth Premium prices are available for organic milk and the winter milk price has been 55-60c/l for five months up to 2018 Peter and Jenny Young, who are based in Athy, Co Kildare For Peter and Jenny Young, diversification has always been a key factor in growing their business. In 2004, a few years after taking...
WATCH: Julian Assange: Key moments for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has been removed from the Ecuadorian embassy after an almost seven-year stay. We take a look at the WikiLeaks founder's key moments.
'I'm crying here for her 12 year old self' - viewers moved by Mairead Lavery's heartbreaking story of father's death on Cutting Edge Brendan O'Connor's Cutting Edge. Mairead Lavery, Brendan O'Connor, Christy Dignam, Deborah Somorin Journalist Mairead Lavery has been praised by Cutting Edge viewers for sharing the heartbreaking story of the death of her father, which happened when she was...
Scientists implant human genes in monkeys' brains Researchers noted that as well as better short-term memory, the primates' brains also took longer to develop and had a similar development pattern to that of human brains. Stock photo Scientists in China have placed human genes into the brains of monkeys - apparently making the primates more intelligent, according to a new study. The...

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