Power of speech: Software gives radio reporter who lost voice new lease of life

Power of speech: Software gives radio reporter who lost voice new lease of life Scottish company CereProc used recordings from Jamie Dupree’s long career to make his synthetic voice sound as much like him as...

The truth about globalisation – and its mistaken discontents

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Ireland can make a huge difference to landless farmers of Zimbabwe

Ireland can make a huge difference to landless farmers of Zimbabwe Vehicles display the logos for Zimbabwean opposition Movement For Democratic Change (MDC) party, and the ruling ZANU PF party outside an election nomination court...

Gene Kerrigan: Try, fail, keep on doing the same thing over

Gene Kerrigan: Try, fail, keep on doing the same thing over They're bright and they do cool soundbites. So, asks Gene Kerrigan, how come they keep making a mess of basic government? Illustration by Tom Halliday These...

Fine Gael is trying to ‘manufacture an election’ – Martin

Fine Gael is trying to 'manufacture an election' - Martin Fianna Fáil’s Micheál Martin accused Fine Gael and Sinn Féin of attempts to manufacture an election. Photo: Mark Condren Fianna Fáil has hit out at Fine...

Leprechaun politics here to stay while top talent stymied

Leprechaun politics here to stay while top talent stymied Yates Country Political adviser and former Newstalk presenter Chris Donoghue interviewing former Taoiseach Enda Kenny A common life experience question is this: what advice would you give to...

Women hit by cancer scandal offered reduced mileage rate for travelling to treatments

Women hit by cancer scandal offered reduced mileage rate for travelling to treatments Vicky Phelan Photo: Fergal Phillips The Government is offering a reduced mileage rate to women with cervical cancer who were not told that...

Adrian Weckler: Podcasts win, fake news loses

Adrian Weckler: Podcasts win, fake news loses Podcasts are twice as popular in Ireland as they are in the UK Last week, Reuters laid out what is working in media and what isn't. It's a great,...

Cornering a slice of the retail revival

Cornering a slice of the retail revival BWG chief executive Leo Crawford believes the retail business has proved the naysayers wrong BWG chief executive Leo Crawford. Picture: Gerry Mooney Christmas hasn't quite come early for BWG boss...

World Cup 2018

Southgate urges England to be brave Kyle Walker and Harry Kane of England enjoy a training session. Photo: Getty Images Amid Gareth Southgate's confident declarations that England are "ready", that they will be bold and be...

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