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Irish tourism is “huge” and the “laughing stock” of the EU, Ryanair said. In a scathing statement, the airline accused the government of ‘continued mismanagement’ of the coronavirus crisis and called on Transport Minister Eamon Ryan to explain why Ireland is ‘the last Paddy’ when it comes to issue EU Covid digital certificates. Travelers will …

The people of Abbeyleix, Co Laois, prepare to welcome a new neighbor to the heritage town, as young Irish billionaire John Collison recently purchased the prestigious Abbeyleix House and the surrounding 1,120-acre estate. r Collison co-founded the online payments platform Stripe with his brother Patrick in 2009, and by 2021, its market value was close …

The “Celebrate Strawberry Season” campaign organized by Bord Bia in partnership with the Irish Soft Fruit Growers Association and the Irish Farmers Association, which is in full swing, celebrates the country’s most popular fresh fruit. He also encourages people to incorporate Bord Bia guaranteed quality strawberries into their daily diet as a naturally sweet and …

LAS VEGAS and VANCOUVER, British Columbia, June 30, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – TAAT™ GLOBAL ALTERNATIVES INC. (CSE: TAAT) (OTCQX: TOBAF) (FRANKFURT: 2TP) (the “Company” or “TAAT™”) today announced its financial results for the quarter ended April 30, 2021 (“Q2 2021”). Revenue increased over 300% sequentially from the previous quarter (“Q1 2021”), reflecting faster-than-expected deployment and …

Carbon emissions from the Irish electricity sector could drop from almost 10 million tonnes per year to less than 2 million tonnes of CO2 equivalent by 2030 and lead to a price reduction of € 180 million for consumers, according to a report by energy specialists Baringa. Their analysis released Wednesday also presents a longer-term …

The pandemic has meant that we are getting used to the unprecedented. It has turned our world upside down, and the latest shock is seeing a financial institution cancel all loan money owed to it by its customers. Money lender Provident has surprised in a good way with its decision to write off borrower debts …

Restaurant owners and publicans are in shock at the government’s decision to delay the return of indoor restaurants and “wet” pubs. ay and Margaret O’Connor spent their savings to start their business, Stone House Restaurant in Ballinlough, County Roscommon, and even invested € 20,000 in two air purification machines. So despite the announcement, Ray and …

The state’s biggest money lender is to write off the debts of all of its borrowers in an unprecedented move. rovident is closing its doors here and has decided that anyone who owes him money will have their debts wiped out. It is believed to be the first time that there has been a massive …

In Irish Post columnist Joe Horgan’s new book, he explores themes of migration and identity. The following is an excerpt from People That Don’t Exist Are Citizens of A Made Up Country… I am sitting in a car in County Cork facing the Atlantic. I look at the Atlantic like so many others have done …

Rory McIlroy is hopeful that a forced change of plans “worked for the better” as he seeks to end his major drought with a second Open Championship win. cIlroy will take part in the Dubai Duty Free Irish Open in Mount Juliet this week and has been teamed up with Englishman Tommy Fleetwood and American …