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Yesterday’s News

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Thursday 31 July, 2014

SME book club: What the tourism industry can learn about sustaining itself

Each month, as part of TheJournal.ie’s dedicated coverage of the SME sector, we’ll be reviewing a business book that makes a difference.

Monday 28 July, 2014

Someone's come up with a fix for the 'brown bin' smell

Entrepreneurs will stock product in Dunnes Stores – but reckon it will be a hit export too.

Are you using Wordpress for your SME?

Survey shows that the blogging forum has become a useful choice as CMS for smaller companies.

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Top tips on winning public contracts if you are an SME

The public sector has huge opportunities for small or medium Irish businesses – if you’re ready for the challenge.

Saturday 26 July, 2014

Thursday 24 July, 2014

Lovely Irish people relating their happy memories in a very lovely way

Something sweet to digest on this summer’s day.

Get your skates on if you want your business idea to win €100k

Young entrepreneurs who need a leg up have a week to enter Government-sponsored fund.

Is a Twitter job just for the boys? Twitter says sorry but... yes.

The social media giant joins Facebook, Google, LinkedIn and Yahoo in being lambasted for hiring mostly white and Asian men.

Shhh! Let's go to the cinema just like it's 1914

Charlie Chaplin, looping-the-loop, and suffragettes in action get a rare outing on Dublin screen.

Saturday 12 July, 2014

Eerie pics show Dublin flats still bearing signs of past residents

Photographer Jeanette Lowe’s exhibition is being held in the very flats which are soon to be demolished.

Friday 4 July, 2014

The 5 at 5: Friday

5 minutes, 5 stories, 5 o’clock.

Thursday 3 July, 2014

Could the Garth gigs be saved? Here are the options...

Meanwhile, solicitor for Croke Park residents claims disgruntled fans considering legal action against promoters.

Monday 30 June, 2014

Lunchtime Fix: 7 things you need to know

Catch up as you refuel.

Thursday 19 June, 2014

Can you believe these Clare sisters were photographed 127 years ago?

The O’Halloran girls fought off an attempted eviction from their home in Bodyke.

Wednesday 18 June, 2014

Woman arrested in relation to Tipperary slurry pit murder

The decomposed remains of Bobby Ryan were found in a disused slurry pit two years after he went missing.

Friday 13 June, 2014

WATCH: Here's what Irish dads mean to their children

What makes a good father – and how will you let him know tomorrow?

Thursday 12 June, 2014

Lunchtime Fix: 7 things you need to know

Catch up as you refuel.

Wednesday 11 June, 2014

Lunchtime Fix: 7 things you need to know

Catch up as you refuel.

Thursday 5 June, 2014

This guy just took an incredible paramotor flight from Malin to Mizen

The Kerry adventurer navigated sub-zero temperatures at 10,000 ft to make the 590km journey.

Tuesday 3 June, 2014

From The Daily Edge The Burning Question*: Gas or charcoal BBQ? Dilemma This post contains a poll

The Burning Question*: Gas or charcoal BBQ?

Let TheJournal.ie distract you from the ‘serious’ news with one of life’s REAL dilemmas. (*not really)

Lunchtime Fix: 6 things you need to know

Catch up as you refuel.

Monday 2 June, 2014

This is the most hypnotic Irish rainy day video we've seen

So Irish. Such a soft day.

Sunday 1 June, 2014

Bring potato cakes and a wad of cash: Advice on moving to London

Irish centre in London asks emigrants what tips they would give to those moving to the UK capital.

€12m for a view of Dublin Bay? Sure, why not Eau De Riche This post contains images

€12m for a view of Dublin Bay? Sure, why not

Sorrento House is still for sale with a hefty price tag (but not as hefty as the €30m they were looking for in the boom…)

Saturday 31 May, 2014

Camp for sick children will put Bloomin' lovely garden to fun use

The designer garden will be transplanted to Barretstown after the Bloom festival ends this weekend.

Video shows 'dog' literally melting away in hot car

Timely warning from DogsTrust not to leave pets in cars.

Friday 30 May, 2014

Sunburn index is high today (as long as you get sun)

Tomorrow looks set to have the best of the weather if you’re trying to make plans.

New PSNI chief constable George Hamilton 'greatly admired'

He is currently head of rural policing in Northern Ireland.

SIPTU for meeting with Bausch and Lomb over jobs and 20% pay cut

Workers have been told that there could be even further job losses if they don’t agree to wage slash.

Most Aer Lingus flights cancelled today as cabin crew strike

Most Aer Lingus planes are grounded as airline tries to rebook passengers.

Device explodes in lobby of Derry hotel which hosted PSNI event

Nobody was injured in the attack but the Everglades hotel front was badly damaged.

Thursday 29 May, 2014

Press Council wants to "embrace new as well as legacy media"

Chairman says the move of TheJournal.ie into the Council – a first for a major online publication – shows belief that best practice in journalism is ‘platform-neutral’.

Tuesday 27 May, 2014

Election 2014 Liveblog: European and local results (plus Gilmore resigns) as it happened

Results in Dublin, Midlands and all the councils filled…

Monday 26 May, 2014

Election 2014 as it happened: Local and European results

Find out who has won a seat, who’s arguing over the results, and who’s stormed out of the count centre…

Sunday 25 May, 2014

Two out of Ireland's three Euro constituencies won't make first count tonight

Lynn Boylan has been voted in as MEP in Dublin, but South and Midlands-Northwest have adjourned until tomorrow.

Watch: We wish this guy was our history teacher

The Battle of Clontarf did not go down exactly as you might have read in primary school.

Recount central: Get ready for another long day of #le14

Local election counts went on into the dawn chorus – and many electoral areas face a recount today…

As it happened: Local election results 2014 SATURDAY

Find out who has won a seat, who is ripping up their posters – and who is arguing over the result.

Friday 23 May, 2014

Lunchtime Fix: 5 things you need to know

Catch up as you refuel.