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Northern Ireland faces 'potent threat' from Brexit and Covid-19

Lords committee warns uncertainty over trading rules may add to economic damage of crisisNorthern Ireland faces a “potent threat” to its prosperity and stability if reduced business confidence due to uncertainty over post-Brexit trading rules compounds the economic damage from coronavirus, a Lords committee has warned.A fourth round of talks between the UK and EU over a permanent deal begins this week, with little apparent progress made, and the looming deadline of 1 July for the UK to seek an e...
Tags: Europe, Politics, UK, Eu, European Union, UK News, House Of Lords, Ireland, Foreign Policy, Northern Ireland, Boris Johnson, Brexit, Arlene Foster, Michel Barnier, Coronavirus outbreak

The Station: Amazon eyes Zoox, Aurora goes back to school and Cabana hits the road

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every Saturday in your inbox. Hi and welcome back to The Station, a newsletter dedicated to all the present and future ways people and packages move from Point A to Point B. I’m your host Kirsten Korosec, senior transportation reporter at TechCrunch. The mobility world got busy this week. Really. busy. This is gonna be a long one, buckle up. Take a look at the most r...
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New Release Review [Amazon Prime Video] - DATING AMBER

In 1990s Ireland, a pair of gay teens pose as a straight couple. Read more >>> [Author: The Movie Waffler]
Tags: Movies, Ireland, The Movie Waffler

From Ben and Jerry's ice cream to pizzas for priests: How drone startup Manna adapted to the coronavirus pandemic

Irish drone delivery startup Manna was ready to start deliveries of Ben and Jerry's ice cream just when the coronavirus lockdown started to kick in. The company quickly restructured to start making essential deliveries of prescription medication and food to isolated residents in the village of Moneygall, better known as Barack Obama's ancestral home. The company also started doing less vital deliveries, including bringing the 85-year-old parish priest his regular Thursday night pizza delivery....
Tags: London, Obama, Barack Obama, Trends, Unilever, Ireland, Dublin, Health Service, Alphabet, Ben, Jerry, HSE, Healy, Manna, University College Dublin, Bobby Healy

UN sets pandemic voting rules for Canada's Security Council campaign

The United Nations has confirmed that the election for non-permanent seats on the Security Council — which pits Canada against Norway and Ireland — will take place in June under unprecedented new rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19. The 193 ambassadors will cast their votes on behalf of their countries in a secret ballot with the three candidates vying for two available temporary seats on the UN's most powerful body. Instead, the ambassadors will be notified in advance to come to a de...
Tags: News, Canada, Ireland, United Nations, Un, Norway, Security Council, Canada s Security Council

Ireland: Irish Competition Authority (CCPC) Announces Temporary Changes To Merger Notification Process Due To COVID-19 - Matheson

Where it is possible to delay notifications to the CCPC, parties are requested to do so until further notice.
Tags: News, Ireland, Matheson, CCPC, Irish Competition Authority CCPC

Win an Enchanting Castles Tour in Ireland

Win an Enchanting Castles Tour in #Ireland!  Get swept away to another century on an enchanting Castles of Ireland tour. 5 days, 4 nights. With the luxury and ease of a private chauffeur, make... Click to read more...
Tags: Ireland, Frugality, One Entry Per Person, Trips & Travel Prizes, Referral Sweepstakes, Ending in May

End of Sentence Review

Rating:  8.25/10 Cast: John Hawkes as Frank Fogle Logan Lerman as Sean Fogle Sarah Bolger as Jewel Ólafur Darri Ólafsson as Stone Directed by Elfar Adalsteins Purchase your digital copy of End of Sentence here! End of Sentence Review: Death can bring out some of the best and worst in people connected to the deceased, but no matter the bumps along the road, it ultimately brings even the most unlikely of family together. Dysfunctional families reuniting for a funeral is a subject often explor...
Tags: Movies, California, Movie Reviews, Ireland, John Hawkes, West Coast, Hawkes, Frank, Sean, LERMAN, Logan Lerman, Movie News, Frank Fogle, Frank Fogle Logan Lerman, Sean Fogle Sarah Bolger, Elfar Adalsteins Purchase

Types of American cheese to try

American cheese is more often the butt of the joke than the centerpiece of a cheeseboard. It conjures thoughts of yellow squares in flimsy plastic — great for burgers and melting on sandwiches like grilled cheeses and tuna melts, terrible for nearly anything else. Instead, people in the United States often defer to European cheesemakers in France, Italy, Switzerland, and Ireland for the fancy stuff. While those imported cheeses have an admirable reputation, homegrown American cheese deserves ...
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Ireland: Matheson Wins Two Awards At The ITR European Tax Awards 2020 - Matheson

Matheson has been named both Irish Tax Firm of the Year and Irish Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year by the International Tax Review
Tags: News, Ireland, ITR, Matheson

Ireland: Covid-19: Planning Your Annual General Meeting - Ronan Daly Jermyn

The AGM is an important annual event for the shareholders of a company. It is their opportunity to, amongst other things, be presented with information on the financial performance of the company
Tags: News, Ireland, Agm, Ronan Daly Jermyn

Ireland: Corporate Governance: Holding Board Meetings In A Time Of Social Distance - Ronan Daly Jermyn

In these difficult times for all businesses, good corporate governance is more important than ever. Company boards are making decisions which may be essential for the survival of the business
Tags: News, Ireland, Ronan Daly Jermyn, Time of Social Distance

Ireland: ESG Roundtable - Maples Group

With ESG now an integral part of the conversation between managers and investors, the Maples Group recently hosted an ESG-focused roundtable to discuss key trends and developments in this space.
Tags: News, Ireland, ESG, Maples Group, ESG Roundtable Maples Group

Comment on rhubarb cordial by Jennette

My best friend lives on the West Coast of Ireland and brought me that same Dingle Gin! It is delicious! I have found that my local liquor store can get it for me from his distributor, too! Which is wonderful , because we won’t be going to Ireland this year :-(
Tags: Food, Ireland, West Coast, Dingle, Jennette

Ireland: €27,000 Award For Sexual Orientation Harassment - Arthur Cox

A former scheduler for an installation company told the WRC that he was hospitalised with panic attacks and treated for depression, as a result of "repeated and continuous intimidating behaviour" from a co-worker.
Tags: News, Ireland, WRC, Arthur Cox

Ireland: Ireland Update: Government Introduces Further Financial Support - Walkers

As global communities and economies continue to deal with the multitude of COVID-19 related issues, the Irish government's response to the economic impact continued with the introduction of further new measures to support businesses negatively impacted by COVID-19.
Tags: News, Ireland, COVID

Argue & Phibbs, solicitors

Once a long-established law firm in Ireland with a name famed around the world, Argue & Phibbs has since been incorporated into the Sligo law firm of McTernan MacGowan. See also Sligo Town; plaque photo by Niall McAuley on Flickr. [Back story: this is adapted from an item I intended to post on Overlawyered in 2004 (!) and just now stumbled across while going over old post drafts.] Tags: humor, Ireland
Tags: Law, Uncategorized, Ireland, Humor, Sligo, Phibbs, McTernan MacGowan See, Sligo Town, Niall McAuley

June Bank Holiday 2020 supermarket opening hours in Ireland for Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Dunnes Stores and Supervalu - Dublin Live

June Bank Holiday 2020 supermarket opening hours in Ireland for Aldi, Lidl, Tesco, Dunnes Stores and Supervalu   Dublin Live
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Amazon, Tennis Channel, Eurosport to Stream British Tennis Tournament

Amazon Prime Video is to live stream a “behind closed doors” tournament for British tennis players in the U.K. and Ireland, while Tennis Channel has the U.S. exclusive rights, and Eurosport also have the rights in various territories. Players will include Andy Murray, who competes in a tournament for the first time this year. The […]
Tags: News, Global, Ireland, Andy Murray, Amazon Prime Video, Eurosport, Tennis Channel, Amazon Tennis Channel Eurosport

UK chief negotiator rules out fish for financial services Brexit deal

Britain’s chief Brexit negotiator has ruled out any deal giving European boats access to UK waters in return for better conditions for British financial services in the EU’s Single Market. The EU and the UK are deeply divided over fishing in free trade negotiations ahead of the next round of talks, which start on Monday, David Frost told peers in the European Union Select Committee on Thursday. Brussels also rejected British calls for an improved system of regulatory recognition for the City of ...
Tags: UK, London, News, Eu, Britain, Ireland, United Kingdom, Boris Johnson, Frost, Leo Varadkar, Brexit, Hogan, David Frost, Phil Hogan

John Murphy secures Byron Nelson Award and PGA Tour start

John Murphy (Kinsale) driving at the 8th tee in the final round of the 2019 Sherry Fitzgerald Davitt & Davitt sponsored Mullingar Scratch Cup. Picture by Pat Cashman Kinsale international John Murphy can look forward to a PGA Tour start next year after he won the prestigious Byron Nelson Award presented by Srixon/Cleveland Golf.Winner of the St Andrew...
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Ireland: COVID-19 - Use Of Electronic Signatures - Matheson

The rapid, recent, change for many of us, from physical office based to remote working, has given rise to many challenges.
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Irish Open “absolutely critical" as European Tour announces restart

Keith Pelley The European Tour is juggling "three or four" potential new dates for what it describes as the "absolutely critical" Dubai Duty Free Irish Open as it plans to resume its 2020 season with a six-week "UK Swing" this summer.The season was suspended after the Qatar Masters on March 8 because of the global Coronavirus pandemic. But in an impre...
Tags: Europe, UK, England, London, Wales, Qatar, Sport, Bbc, Ireland, Newcastle, Golf, Lee Westwood, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Wentworth

Exclusive End of Sentence Clip Featuring Logan Lerman & John Hawkes

Exclusive End of Sentence Clip Featuring Logan Lerman & John Hawkes has an exclusive End of Sentence clip featuring stars Logan Lerman (Hunters) and John Hawkes (The Peanut Butter Falcon) in the upcoming Irish drama. You can check out the clip in the player below! RELATED: End of Sentence Trailer: Logan Lerman & John Hawkes Lead Irish Drama Frank Fogle (Hawkes), a widow reluctantly embarks on a journey to honor his wife’s last wish of spreading her ashes in a remote lake in her...
Tags: Video, Movies, California, Ireland, John Hawkes, West Coast, Hawkes, Gravitas Ventures, Sean, Eva Maria Daniels, Olga Segura, LERMAN, Logan Lerman, ComingSoon, Movie News, Sarah Bolger

Perhaps all atlases should be this subjective

Most atlases are terrible: nothing more than glorified road maps.These 'Subjective Atlases' offer bottom-up views of places, provided by people who actually live there.Each of the 12 atlases so far is unique, and surprising – but don't expect to drive by them. Fuzzy and messy, but more life-like As a map-lover, this is not easy for me to admit, but: most atlases are terrible. Glorified road maps that could have been made by satellites with slightly varying interests. What if an atlas really – r...
Tags: Europe, Books, UK, Sweden, Top, Identity, France, Germany, India, Israel, Eu, Spain, History, Colombia, Creativity, Czech Republic

Police in Ireland arrest four armed Brazilians over alleged drug feud

Gardaí received intelligence about planned Offaly murder and put men under surveillanceIt sounds like a scene from a Latin American gangster movie: police intercept four young Brazilian men with a submachine gun and a sawn-off shotgun – an alleged hit squad en route to assassinate a gang member over a drug debt.But the checkpoint and arrests on Wednesday happened not in Rio de Janeiro but in Clara, a town in County Offaly in the midlands of Ireland. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, World news, Ireland, Rio De Janeiro, Clara, Gardai, County Offaly

Ireland: Arthur Cox Contributes To ICLG Project Finance 2020 - Arthur Cox

The International Comparative Legal Guides have published their guide on Project Finance Laws and Regulations for 2020.
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Wake Up With BWW 5/28: Rest in Peace Larry Kramer

Today's top stories Rest in Peace Larry Kramer, The Old Vic will stream live productions from empty theatre, The Phantom of the Opera UK and Ireland tour will not reopen, and more [Author: Stephi Wild]
Tags: UK, Theatre, Ireland, Vic, Larry Kramer, Stephi Wild

Ireland: Simplified Merger Notification Procedure Announced By The CCPC - Maples Group

The Competition and Consumer Protection Commission ("CCPC") has announced today that a simplified merger notification procedure regime ("Simplified Procedure") will officially commence on 1 July 2020.
Tags: News, Ireland, CCPC Maples Group

Ireland: Template Checklist From The OGP For The Re-opening Of Construction Sites - Ronan Daly Jermyn

Save for essential construction projects, construction sites in Ireland have been closed since 28 March 2020. Phase 1 of the Government's Roadmap for the Reopening of Society...
Tags: News, Ireland, Ronan Daly Jermyn