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Dublin Airport passenger numbers hit new high despite Brexit uncertainty

Dublin Airport passenger numbers hit new high despite Brexit uncertainty The figure passed the two million mark for the first time last month. The departure gates at Terminal 1 in Dublin Airport (Brian Lawless/PA) Dublin Airport had a record month for passenger...

Third straight gain for US markets as healthcare firms lead rally

Third straight gain for US markets as healthcare firms lead rally The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 148.23 points to 25,702.89. A batch of economic reports helped drive the latest rally (Martin Keene/PA) Healthcare and technology companies powered stocks broadly higher on...

Little scope to cut children’s hospital costs, says chairman

Little scope to cut children's hospital costs, says chairman Safety concerns: Fred Barry is worried about risks to builders. Picture: Tom Burke The new chairman of the board overseeing the construction of the National Children's Hospital has cast doubt on there...

Jennifer Rubin: ‘Biden offers much more than Trump – he’s offering the American Dream’

Jennifer Rubin: 'Biden offers much more than Trump - he's offering the American Dream'    Biden: “In America, everybody gets a shot.” Photo: Reuters/Kevin Lamarque Speaking at a firefighters' conference, former US vice president Joe Biden didn't leave much doubt he'll be...

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Cardinal Pell: From Vatican apartment to Australian prison cell Cardinal George Pell has been sentenced to six years in prison (AP Photo/Andy Brownbill, File) For two decades, George Pell was the dominant figure in the Catholic Church in Australia - a...

Landmark scheme on Braemor Rooms site guiding €5.7m

Landmark scheme on Braemor Rooms site guiding €5.7m 96-98 Churchtown Rd Upper is producing annual rent of €371,000 Agent BNP Paribas Real Estate is guiding a price of €5.7m for a mixed-use investment located on the site of the former Braemor...

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