1 In 3 Irish Women Self-Diagnose When Experiencing Intimate Health Issues

New research reveals insights into Irish women’s attitudes towards intimate health     Nearly 1 in 4 respondents have a pet name for their intimate area, with respondents choosing Vajayjay (22%) and Hooha (16%) as the names most likely to use. 55% of Irish women surveyed were educated on female intimate health (e.g. periods, , […]

Ireland’s Top 50 Contractors In Strong Demand Across The Globe

Turnover figures in Top 50 CIF Contractors increased by €1billion in 2017 and exports estimated to have grown five-fold since 2008. Figures compiled by Construction Magazine, for its annual Top 50 listing, show that turnover in Ireland’s leading construction contractors grew by €1billion over a 12-month period as global demand for Irish construction continues to […]

Carthy Challenges PwC Leader On Tax Scams At Panama Papers Inquiry

The Panama Papers inquiry in the European Parliament held a hearing in Brussels looking at the role of lawyers, bankers and accountants in facilitating tax avoidance, tax evasion and money laundering. Sinn Féin MEP and inquiry committee member Matt Carthy challenged PriceWaterhouse Coopers Global Tax Policy Leader Prof Stef van Weeghel on the conflict of […]