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Indivior shares tumble over threat of mammoth £2.3bn fine in US The drug firm is facing 28 charges related to fraud. Drug maker Invidior is facing a massive fine in the US (Charlotte Ball/PA) Shares in Indivior crashed on Wednesday after the drug company said it was facing a fine of up to 3 billion US dollars (£2.3 billion), leading analysts to...
Property inflation continues to ease as demand lowers Stock image PROPERTY price inflation continues to ease. Prices were up 4.3pc nationally in the year to February, according to the Central Statistics Office. This compares with an annual rise of 12.5pc in February the previous year. In the month of February this year prices fell by 0.1pc. It was the fourth month in a row...
Sky Ireland calls for level playing field with digital rivals   Billions, starring Paul Giamatti and Damian Lewis, is one of the shows that Sky has used to carve out market share Sky Ireland will tell the Department of Communications that new regulations for online content should ensure that video-sharing platforms, such as YouTube, will become as accountable as traditional broadcasters. It is...
Couple make laxative cookies for striking school employees 'because they were tired of noise from picket line' Police say the pair complained on Facebook about drivers hooting horns in support of the striking bus drivers, cooks and custodians. (stock photo) Police say a couple made laxative-laced cookies for striking school employees because they were tired of noise from a picket line...
There is a lot more to come from me, insists O’Brien Given the ferocious manner in which O’Brien (pictured) has always played the game, one wonders how he continues to trust his body in the white heat of battle. Photo by Ramsey Cardy/Sportsfile There have been glimpses of the Sean O’Brien of old in recent weeks, without the full package being...
'Something is rotten in the state of the FAI' - PFAI issue strong statement Attending a meeting with the Oireachtas Committee on Sport at Dáil Éireann in Dublin are from left, FAI President Donal Conway, FAI Interim Chief Executive Rea Walshe, and FAI Executive Vice President John Delaney. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile The management committee of the Players Football Association of...
Sudanese army arrests president and takes charge A transitional military council will lead the country for two years. Omar al-Bashir (Mohamed Abuamrain/AP) Sudan’s military has arrested President Omar al-Bashir, ousting him from power in the wake of escalating protests against his 30-year rule. The defence minister said the military will rule the country for the next two years with an emergency clampdown. The military...
Brexit impact on Irish household will be 'severe' - with prices set to increase According to research by the ESRI think-tank, personal disposable income could be as much as 4.1pc lower after 10 years if there’s a disorderly no-deal Brexit. Stock photo: GETTY The impact of Brexit on Irish households will be "severe", with families' disposable income set to be hit...
Real dangers await in Italy but this is a game Munster must win in race for top spot Tyler Bleyendaal With just eight days to go before Munster return to Champions Cup semi-final action against Saracens, all eyes will be trained on Treviso tonight as the province seek victory to boost their Guinness PRO14 ambitions. As expected, many of Munster's leaders have...
O'Dwyer lands €30m mortgage-to-rent contract Mortgage-to-rent is a State-backed initiative whereby homeowners that are unable to pay their mortgage can voluntarily sell their property to Home for Life. The property is then rented back to the homeowner. Property management company O'Dwyer Real Estate has secured a five-year contract to manage the upkeep of homes included in the Government's mortgage-to-rent scheme. O'Dwyer secured...

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