It was announced this week that Irish IT company, Novi, has designed and implemented an all new IT infrastructure for O’Brien Fine Foods in a €450,000 deal. Continue Reading
Liverpool have been fined £100,000 by the Premier League and handed a two-year ban on signing academy players from other clubs for a rule breach.
A star of Irish football, Roche revealed how players are forced to change in public toilets when travelling abroad with the senior side.
The European parliament has overwhelmingly voted in favour of a tough negotiating stance towards the British government in the Brexit negotiations. Continue Reading
Monster sub armed with 20 nuclear missiles to sail into NATOs ‘swimming pool’ as Putin flexes his muscles
- Massive Typhoon-class sub Dmitry Donskoy is to leave the White Sea and travel around Norway and Denmark
- Measuring an enormous 574-foot in length the Russian vessel it is one of the most feared of the Cold War era
- The beast set to serve as a chilling reminder to the rest of the world about Russia’s growing nuclear prowess
- Submarine can stay submerged for 120 days with a crew of 160 on board and is fitted with six torpedo tubes
No woman should have to prove she was raped to be able to claim child tax credits. It’s a dramatic statement, and it’s one that has raised many questions – so perhaps it’s best to go back to the start.
Although exercise is one of the best things you can do for your body, if you have exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (or EIB), it can be difficult to work out without triggering asthma symptoms like shortness of breath and coughing—but it’s not impossible.
Having an asthma attack can be a bit scary. As airways narrow in response to asthma triggers (be it pollen, secondhand smoke, or cat dander), you may experience rapid, shallow breathing, shortness of breath, wheezing, and coughing. Attacks can range in intensity from mild to severe; in severe cases, an asthma attack could be a medical emergency.
Samsung Pay users around the world will soon be able to use the service to buy items online. The company announced today that it has signed a deal with Mastercard to use Masterpass, a digital payment system already supported by hundreds of thousands of online retailers in 33 countries, starting early next year. In addition to buying goods online, users in the US will also be able to use Samsung Pay for in-app purchases, and find money-off discounts for local stores from November, as Samsung makes its payment service more of a fully featured online wallet.