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Building costs rapidly rising to Celtic Tiger peak: surveyors Chartered Surveyors said the price increases are symptoms of high levels of activity and limited resources. Photo: Frank McGrath Construction costs will surpass 2006 levels this year and are rapidly approaching the...
Growth in the services sector slows to a four month low – Investec report (Stock image) Growth in the services sector has slowed to a four month low according to the latest Services Purchasers Managers Index (PMI) from specialist bank Investec. The...
Harare calm as Zimbabwe opposition blames ‘fake results’ for election defeat President Emmerson Mnangagwa urged Zimbabweans to stay peaceful after being declared the winner of a tight election. A police cordon in Harare (AP Photo/Mujahid Safodien) Zimbabwe’s capital was calm on Friday...

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Trump going ahead with taxes on $16 billion in Chinese imports Customs officials will begin collecting the border tax on August 23, the Office of the US Trade Representative says. Donald Trump (Niall Carson/PA) The Trump administration says it will go ahead...
Less than 20pc of Irish SMEs are ready for Brexit Aidan Gough of cross-border body InterTradeIreland Less than a fifth of Ireland's SMEs have faced up to the Brexit timebomb by laying battleplans for the UK's exit from the European Union...
Zimbabwe opposition leader says vote was 'stolen from the people' Nelson Chamisa declared a ‘day of mourning for democracy’ and claimed the vote was rigged. Nelson Chamisa (AP) Zimbabwe’s opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has said President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s election win was fraudulent,...
Zimbabwe police break up opposition leader’s meeting after disputed election Nelson Chamisa has declared Emmerson Mnangagwa’s poll win ‘fake’ and ‘fraudulent’. Riot police enter the Bronte hotel (AP) Hours after President Emmerson Mnangagwa was declared the winner of a tight election in...
Zimbabwe opposition leader vows to challenge election results Nelson Chamisa claimed the results had been manipulated, and that his supporters had been attacked and harassed. Riot police enter the Bronte hotel (AP) Zimbabwe opposition leader Nelson Chamisa has declared “a day of...
Vatican diplomat who acts as Pope's eyes on the world Archbishop Paul Gallagher, who was born in Liverpool, heads the world's oldest diplomatic service, reports Paddy Agnew from Rome HELPING HAND: As foreign minister, Archbishop Paul Gallagher, left, is a ‘close...
Amazon removes Nazi items from website amid criticism Advocacy groups say the firm is allowing racist, anti-Muslim and anti-Semitic groups to generate money and spread their ideas. Amazon attracted criticism from the deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee (Nick Ansell/PA) Amazon...

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