Ireland’s grass-fed beef has earned the prestigious designation of a “guaranteed traditional speciality” from the European Commission, marking a significant milestone for the Irish beef industry. This recognition is set to be officially adopted and registered in the near future, bringing well-deserved acclaim to the country’s high-quality, grass-fed beef.
Alexey Pshenichny, an honorary ambassador for the luxury goods and jewelry supplier company in Russia called Mercury, found himself in an unpleasant situation in the center of Moscow. Alexey Pshenichny is accused of running over a local police officer in a state of narcotic and alcoholic intoxication with his Mercedes G-Wagen while the officer was attempting to detain him. The police officer...
This week, a group of technology and business experts underscored the tremendous potential Cyprus holds as a technological destination. Despite the promise, they emphasized the need for concerted efforts to establish a knowledge-based economy on the island.
Consumer confidence in the United States has reached its lowest point in the past six months, signalling heightened concerns among Americans regarding escalating inflation, surging interest rates, and a weakening economy. Preliminary data from the University of Michigan, a key metric for measuring trust, indicates a more pronounced decline in confidence than economists had anticipated.
On Thursday, President Nikos Christodoulides of Cyprus presented a comprehensive 25-page proposal at a humanitarian conference in Paris, outlining plans to establish a maritime corridor for delivering aid to Gaza. The proposed corridor would operate from the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, the closest European Union member state located approximately 370 km (230 miles) away from Gaza.
Apple may still be on the hook for over 13 billion euros in overdue profit tax in Ireland, despite the General Court of the European Union previously exempting the tech giant from payment. The recent ruling by Giovanni Pitruzzella, the Advocate General (AG) of the European Court of Justice, asserts that Apple is indeed liable for the profit tax, and the final judgment is pending.
A member of the Otzma Yehudit party has suggested that one of Israel’s potential courses of action in the Gaza war could involve the use of a nuclear bomb on the Gaza Strip. In an interview with Radio Kol Berama,
Ireland currently holds the unfortunate distinction of having the highest prevalence of asthma cases in Europe. However, there is a ray of hope on the horizon for those grappling with respiratory issues. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has unveiled an innovative online tool that empowers citizens to monitor the air quality in their surroundings.