Business

Aviva to cut 1,800 jobs amid plans to reduce costs

Insurer Aviva will cut 1,800 jobs globally as its new chief executive seeks to make the group more competitive by restructuring its UK business and reducing costs across the business.

EuroMillions winners reveal they’ll spend some of £115m haul on football club

Gift vouchers could be valid for five years under new laws

Cork hair-salon booking app sold for €15 million

You can now buy tickets to football matches on the Ryanair website

Barclays reveals expansion plans for Dublin

Lifestyle

How much coffee should you drink in a day?

No more than six cups, new research says. It turns out, there’s a sweet spot when it comes to determining the right amount of coffee to drink in a day. A new study from the University of South Australia has determined that six cups is the maximum amount a person should consume daily. Any more […]

Obesity epidemic set to cause 100 cancer cases a day

Dad of Irish ‘sugar baby’ caught up in Australian ‘racy texts’ scandal says his daughter is a ‘bloody eejit’

Brendan Murray back on the market after breaking up with girlfriend during X Factor stint

AWS Stockholm
Amazon

Amazon Web Services Launches New Region in Sweden

Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.com company (NASDAQ:AMZN), today announced the opening of the AWS Europe (Stockholm) Region. With this launch, AWS now provides 60 Availability Zones across 20 infrastructure regions globally, with another 12 Availability Zones and four regions in Bahrain, Hong Kong SAR, Italy, and South Africa all coming online by the […]

Amazon Go eyes Oxford St for first UK store

Amazon warehouse workers in Europe spent Black Friday protesting

Amazon London Restaurant

Amazon quietly ends its restaurant delivery service in the UK

EuroMillions Ireland
National

IRISH EuroMillions players will be whipped into a frenzy this week as Friday night’s EuroMillions jackpot is a guaranteed €130 million.

Lotto chiefs are urging players to get their EuroMillions tickets early ahead of the mega draw. Players across Europe will be scrambling to be in it to win the €130 million loot.

‘Does Doonbeg love Trump?’ – Eric and Don pull pints in Clare, but maybe sip prematurely

Games Technology

Google’s gaming platform to launch in Ireland this November

Google has confirmed that its long-awaited first foray into gaming will be available in Ireland from launch this November. The internet giant’s Stadia platform does not require a console and allows users to play games across a range of internet-connected devices by connecting to Google cloud servers.

App users’ unaware data being shared with Facebook