Creagh College receive €3,000 in funding for new Leaving Certificate subjects

Creagh College receive €3,000 in funding for new Leaving Certificate subjects Creagh College will receive €3,000 to support the roll out of new Leaving certificate subjects this September. Computer Science and Physical Education will be on...

EU touts jump in soybean imports from U.S.

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European economy slows amid global trade war fears

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Predicting Brexit fallout ‘easiest call in 25 years’ – Carney

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Bank of England raises rates but signals no rush for further hike as uncertain...

Bank of England raises rates but signals no rush for further hike as uncertain Brexit looms Mark Carney. Photo: Reuters The Bank of England pushed interest rates above their financial crisis lows on Thursday but signalled...

Japan plans to take the pain out of Monday morning blues

Japan plans to take the pain out of Monday morning blues Shining Monday is part of a broader plan to encourage companies to cut down on employees’ overtime and get them out of the office...

Hagstravaganza beer festival boosts local economy by €250k

Hagstravaganza beer festival boosts local economy by €250k Ballymote Bulletin International breweries were shown local attractions such as Carter Oyster Farm in Strandhill Last weekend's Hagstravaganza international brewery festival in Ballymote brought in an estimated €250,000 into...

UK growth set to rebound as summer weather defrosts economy

UK growth set to rebound as summer weather defrosts economy Economic growth in the second quarter is expected to reach 0.4%. The recent heatwave is expected to have boosted the economy (PA) UK economic growth is expected...

Two candidates confident of win in Zimbabwe’s first presidential election since Mugabe’s removal

Two candidates confident of win in Zimbabwe's first presidential election since Mugabe's removal Civil society groups collating results, say tight race ZEC expected to release results within five days of vote Vote counting ongoing in...

Generals from rival Koreas end talks with no agreement

Generals from rival Koreas end talks with no agreement It is the second such high-level military contact since the two countries’ leaders held a landmark summit in April. North Korean Lt Gen An Ik San, left,...

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