Ireland shuts down health IT system after ransomware attack
Ireland's health authority said Friday it had shut down its computer systems after experiencing a "significant ransomware attack", a week after the largest US fuel pipeline network was also targeted.
Ireland eases pandemic restrictions
Ireland on Monday lifted domestic travel restrictions and began a phased reopening of non-essential retailers in the most significant loosening of pandemic curbs so far this year.
Irish economy grew in 2020 despite pandemic
Ireland's economy powered higher last year, bucking the coronavirus-driven global downturn, as the eurozone member enjoyed booming pharma and IT exports on strong pandemic demand, the government said Friday.
Organisers of 'Study in Ireland-Nigeria fair' woo students with free seminar on visa, admission process, others
Organisers of ‘Study in Ireland-Nigeria fair’ woo students with Irish friendly culture, education standards, job opportunities, others
Five reasons why Ireland is key to a Brexit deal
With talks between Britain and the EU in deadlock on a post-Brexit trade deal, we look at why so many roads to a settlement go through Dublin: - Dublin did last deal -The last time Britain looked like crashing out with a no-deal hard Brexit on Halloween Night last year, it was talks between British…
‘Nigerians will benefit from studying in Ireland'
In a statement, the organizers said, “Nigerian students can also attend detailed seminars and informative sessions...
Ireland on brink after health chiefs call for lockdown
Ireland was on the cusp of a nationwide lockdown on Monday after government experts recommended ramping up coronavirus restrictions to curb a surge of new cases.
Why FG must rescue, save flag carriers from aeropolitics
The Federal Government’s laidback disposition to the plight of Nigerian flag carriers abroad is suffocating investment and efforts of local operators to have a stake
What needs to happen before countries lift lockdowns?
With signs in some countries that the coronavirus pandemic may have reached a plateau, governments are looking at how to lift lockdown restrictions on their crippled businesses and restless populations.