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Tokyo Olympics: Walsh wins as last-gasp try denies sevens quarter-final spot - NI day four at the Games

Belfast welterweight Aidan Walsh is into the quarter-finals but Ireland's rugby sevens team bow out despite victory over Kenya on day four of the Tokyo Olympics.
Tags: News, Ireland, Kenya, Tokyo, Belfast, Walsh, Aidan Walsh


Ireland: Cross-Border Distribution Of Funds 101: Part 1 – Pre-Marketing - Walkers

On 2 August 2021, the European Commission's new framework for the cross-border distribution of investment funds will come into effect (the "CBDF").
Tags: News, Ireland, European Commission


Ireland: Remote Working From Abroad - Ronan Daly Jermyn

Alan Devaney and David Rodgers, from Ronan Daly Jermyn's Employment and Tax teams, examine the factors that an employer should take into consideration in addressing a request to work remotely from abroad.
Tags: News, Ireland, David Rodgers, Ronan Daly Jermyn, Alan Devaney


European Union: European Green Deal Takes Shape In Fit For 55: What Does It Mean For Ireland? - Arthur Cox

The European Commission has adopted Fit for 55, the cornerstone of the European Green Deal. It is a highly significant, cross-sectoral package detailing the binding actions...
Tags: News, Ireland, European Commission, Arthur Cox


Ireland: Courts Continue To Crack Down On Litigation Delays - Dillon Eustace

Two recent judgments of the High Court, dismissing proceedings for inordinate and inexcusable delay, are indicative of the courts' continuing approach to the failure to observe time limits in litigation.
Tags: News, Ireland, Dillon Eustace


Covid: more EU states to restrict venue access for unvaccinated people

Ireland and Italy among those joining France in requiring vaccine passes to enter bars and restaurantsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageAn increasing number of European governments are planning to prevent unvaccinated people from being able to attend hospitality venues such as bars and restaurants this summer, as Emmanuel Macron celebrates the fruits of the recent announcement of the policy in France. France on Monday passed the threshold of 40 million people having rec...
Tags: Health, Europe, Politics, England, France, Germany, Angela Merkel, Eu, Spain, European Union, Society, UK News, World news, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands


Coronavirus live news: Thailand reports record case numbers for second day; Ireland eases restrictions

Thailand registers 15,376 new cases; restaurants, cafés and pubs in Ireland can resume indoor hospitality todayEurope clamps down amid fears over rapid spread of Delta variantIndonesia loosens Covid restrictions despite record deathsHow England’s ‘pingdemic’ took a heavy toll on the ToriesSee all our coronavirus coverage 1.10pm BST For the second day running Thailand has reported a record-breaking number of coronavirus cases, hitting 15,376 cases and 87 new deaths. The Delta variant has push...
Tags: England, US, World news, Thailand, Britain, Ireland, Delta, Coronavirus, Devi Sridhar Continue


Coronavirus live news: Ireland eases restrictions; France adopts vaccine passports law

Restaurants, cafés and pubs in Ireland can resume indoor hospitality today; French parliament adopts law despite protestsEurope clamps down amid fears over rapid spread of Delta variantIndonesia loosens Covid restrictions despite record deathsHow England’s ‘pingdemic’ took a heavy toll on the ToriesSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.19pm BST With their adult populations largely vaccinated, the question for richer countries is over how much to protect children. England stands apart with its ...
Tags: England, France, Africa, US, World news, Britain, Ireland, South Africa, Delta, Aspen, African Union, Johnson Johnson, Devi Sridhar, Coronavirus


Ryanair forecasts 100m passengers in financial year as bookings soar

Airline reports €273m loss for three months to end of June, with Covid-19 continuing to ‘wreak havoc’Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageRyanair is expecting to fly 100 million passengers during this financial year after a surge in summer bookings in recent weeks, although it warned that it does not expect to make a profit this year.The Irish airline increased its passenger forecast to between 90m and 100m for the 12 months to the end of March 2022, thanks to the coronavi...
Tags: Europe, Business, UK News, Ireland, Ryanair, Airline Industry, Michael O'leary, Coronavirus


Tokyo Olympics: Defeats for boxer Brendan Irvine and Ireland women's hockey on day three

Belfast's Brendan Irvine is out of the Tokyo Olympics after losing his first round bout while the Ireland women's hockey team are beaten 4-0 by world champions the Netherlands
Tags: News, Ireland, Tokyo, Belfast, Brendan Irvine


If Britain wants to resolve the Northern Ireland protocol, this is not the way to do it | Anand Menon and Jill Rutter

The UK has legitimate concerns about the deal, but threatening to tear it up will destroy the trust that’s so vitalTaking responsibility should be the flipside of taking back control. But admissions of responsibility are in short supply in the government published on the Northern Ireland protocol on Wednesday. According to this, the protocol was the responsibility of (delete according to taste) Theresa May, Hilary Benn or indeed the 2019 parliament. Anyone, in other words, except the people wh...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, European Union, UK News, Britain, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Hilary Benn, Brexit, Jill Rutter, David Frost, Anand Menon


More than 250 convicted of child sexual abuse in UK and Ireland while in Scout movement

Exclusive: Analysis raises questions about the organisation’s safeguarding procedures‘Negligently amateur’: Survivor decries Scouts’ inquiry into alleged abuse at 13More than 250 people in the UK and Ireland have been convicted of child sexual abuse offences committed while they were Scout leaders or in other positions of responsibility within the Scout movement, according to analysis that raises questions about the organisation’s safeguarding procedures.For decades, the Scout movement has been ...
Tags: Europe, UK, Children, Society, UK News, World news, Ireland, Scouts and scouting


At least 250 convicted of child sexual abuse in UK and Ireland while in Scout movement

Exclusive: Analysis raises questions about the organisation’s safeguarding procedures‘Negligently amateur’: Survivor decries Scouts’ inquiry into alleged abuse at 13More than 250 people in the UK and Ireland have been convicted of child sexual abuse offences committed while they were Scout leaders or in other positions of responsibility within the Scout movement, according to analysis that raises questions about the organisation’s safeguarding procedures.For decades, the Scout movement has been ...
Tags: Europe, UK, Children, Society, UK News, World news, Ireland, Scouts and scouting


Ireland make winning start to first Olympics

Ireland's women make a successful start to their Olympic hockey campaign as Roisin Upton and Sarah Torrans net in a 2-0 win over South Africa.
Tags: News, Ireland, Roisin Upton, Sarah Torrans


Marcus Smith: British and Irish Lions angered by 'offensive' slur on Irish Independent podcast

The British and Irish Lions and Harlequins both express anger over former Ireland international Neil Francis' description of fly-half Marcus Smith.
Tags: News, Ireland, Harlequins, Neil Francis, Irish Lions, Marcus Smith


Lions angered by ex-Ireland international Francis' 'offensive' Smith comment

The British and Irish Lions and Harlequins both express anger over former Ireland international Neil Francis' description of fly-half Marcus Smith.
Tags: News, Ireland, Francis, Smith, Harlequins, Neil Francis, Irish Lions


Facebook moderators, tasked with watching horrific content, are demanding an end to NDAs that promote a 'culture of fear and excessive secrecy'

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Washington DC on Oct. 23, 2019. Andrew Harnik/AP Facebook content moderators are calling for an end to NDAs, which prohibit them from talking about work. Moderators are contractors tasked with sifting through violent content, like suicide and child abuse. The moderators are also asking for better mental health support and full-time employee pay. See more stories on Insider's business page. Content moderators for Facebook are urging the company to improve...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, Trends, Social Media, Ireland, Washington Dc, Accenture, Sheryl Sandberg, Andrew Harnik, Irish Parliament, Tech Insider, Content Moderation, Katie Canales, Content Moderators, Isabella Plunkett


Ireland: Taxand: Strong M&A Activity Forecast For H2 After Fast Start To 2021 - William Fry

Taxand's 2021 Guide provides commentary and insights into the tax treatment of global M&A deals.
Tags: News, Ireland, William Fry


Ireland: NPL Update: Central Bank Wants "Meaningful Progress" On Long-term PDH Mortgage Arrears - Arthur Cox

While regulated Irish lenders seem well-prepared for any increases in PDH mortgage arrears cases, the Central Bank wants those lenders to address key issues in respect of the management...
Tags: News, Ireland, Central Bank, NPL, PDH, Arthur Cox, Central Bank Wants Meaningful Progress On Long


Extreme heat: Ireland records two tropical nights in a row

It is the first time temperatures fell no lower than 20C on the island of Ireland two nights in a row.
Tags: News, Ireland


Ireland: SCARP Bill Passes Through Oireachtas - William Fry

The Companies (Rescue Process for Small and Micro Companies) Bill 2021 (Bill) detailing the government's proposed rescue process for small and micro companies (SCARP)
Tags: News, Ireland, Bill, Oireachtas William Fry


Omagh bombing could have been prevented, says high court judge

‘Real prospect’ 1998 attack by dissident republicans could have been thwarted, says Mr Justice HornerSecurity forces had a “real prospect” of preventing the 1998 Omagh bombing – the deadliest atrocity of the Northern Ireland Troubles – a Belfast high court has ruled.Mr Justice Horner recommended on Friday that the British and Irish governments each undertake human rights compliant investigations into the bombing, which killed 29 people, including a woman pregnant with twins, and injured 220 peop...
Tags: Europe, UK News, World news, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Omagh bombing, UK security and counter-terrorism, Belfast, Real Ira, Mr Justice Horner, Omagh


Belfast judge calls on UK to investigate Omagh bombing

‘Real prospect’ 1998 attack by dissident republicans could have been prevented, says Mr Justice HornerA high court judge in Belfast has recommended the UK government undertake a human rights compliant investigation into the Omagh bombing, and urged the Irish government to do likewise, after finding there was a “real prospect” the Real IRA attack in 1998 could have been prevented.Mr Justice Horner told Belfast high court: “I am satisfied that certain grounds when considered separately or together...
Tags: Europe, UK, UK News, World news, Ireland, Northern Ireland, Omagh bombing, UK security and counter-terrorism, Belfast, Ira, Real Ira, Horner, Omagh


Lough Sheelin: Teenager pulled from water dies in hospital

The teenager was the fifth person to die in lakes on the island of Ireland in the last week.
Tags: News, Ireland, Lough Sheelin


Teenager pulled from Lough Sheelin dies in hospital

The teenager was the fifth person to die after entering lakes on the island of Ireland in the last week.
Tags: News, Ireland, Lough Sheelin


Tokyo Olympics: Ireland's women's hockey team's journey to their first Games

BBC Sport NI looks into the journey of the Ireland women's hockey team ahead of their first Olympic Games
Tags: News, Ireland, Tokyo, BBC Sport NI


Ireland: Finance Dublin: Irish Tax Monitor - Maples Group

In the latest issue of Finance Dublin, Partner and head of Tax, Andrew Quinn, discusses the G7 and OECD proposed global minimum tax and its impact on Ireland's 12.5% corporation tax rate.
Tags: News, Ireland, OECD, Dublin, Andrew Quinn, Tax Monitor Maples Group, Finance Dublin Partner


Ireland: Government Announces Imminent Changes To The Protected Disclosures Regime - Arthur Cox

Ireland is one of only a few EU countries with already strong protections for whistleblowers. Even so, imminent and significant change is expected as the deadline for implementation...
Tags: News, Eu, Ireland, Arthur Cox


Is NI's marathon success by accident or design?

Stephen Scullion, Kevin Seaward and Paul Pollock will form an entirely Northern Irish line-up in Ireland's Olympic men's marathon challenge.
Tags: News, Ireland, Paul Pollock, Stephen Scullion Kevin Seaward


A ‘Pen15’ Animated Episode is Coming to Hulu Next Month

Fans of the excellent comedy series Pen15 haven’t seen a new episode of the show since last September, but Hulu announced today that the next episode is coming out very soon – and it will have a whole new look. A Pen15 animated episode is arriving late next month, and you can read all about it below. From Live-Action to Animation So far, every episode of the R-rated “traumedy” series Pen15 has been live-action, but an animated episode will premiere on August 27, 2021. Co-creators, writers...
Tags: Florida, TV, Movies, News, Ireland, Hulu, Vanity Fair, Maya, Erskine, Konkle, Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, Konkle Erskine, Sam Zvibleman, Curtis Anna, Dan Schimpf



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