Operational risk key to business success as cyber security and climate change threats increase 0

In sport, a good attack will give you a head start. But if you don’t have the right defence mechanisms, you leave yourself open to the opposition. In the long

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New car prices set to rise but proposed tax changes may reduce the hit 0

New car prices look set to rise. That’s bad news for a motor trade already suffering under a flood of used imports. If there is good news from the proposed

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Retinol, retinoid, retinish: What do they mean and which should you be using? 0

Retinol is tricky to navigate. People tend to love it or fear it, and those who have a negative experience tend to avoid it ever after. Retinol does do as

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Summer Pix 2019: Your best entries from week six 0

The Irish Times has teamed up with Harvey Norman for our Summer Pix 2019 photography competition. Here are some of your best entries from its sixth week. Scroll down for

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Do we need planning permission for a granny flat? 0

We have a garage attached to the side of our house, which is original to the property. We want to convert this into a studio granny annex with its own

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When my daughter got her first phone she also got a long list of rules 0

Give Up Yer Aul Screens is a summer series where Irish Times writers share their experiences of the challenge of reducing screentime. You can get involved here My daughter is rarely

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A funky orange gin that will be especially popular in the rebel county 0

Peter Mulryan is something of a rebel. He has released a string of innovative gins, flavoured with Wexford strawberries, raspberries and even Barry’s Tea, as well as the highly successful

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‘I’ve six months to live’ – the words that turned my life upside down 0

“I’ve six months to live.” Five words that turned my life upside down. I always knew that terminal cancer was something I would have to deal with. But because there

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Do you know what’s really in your tub of ready-made guacamole? 0

There should be a law against making food products that taste so unlike the original they turn people off it. There are far more important things to worry about in

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Maureen O’Hara: ‘An Irishwoman has guts and stands up for what she believes in’ 0

The woman who would become the film star Maureen O’Hara was born in August 1920 as Maureen FitzSimons on Beechwood Avenue in Ranelagh. Her mother had been an operatic contralto,

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