The chairman of the British Film Commission (BFC) has said that he is “puzzled” by the uphill struggle to create a state-of-the art film studio in Scotland that could generate hundreds of millions of pounds for the economy.
Online pharmacists are illegally selling antibiotics without prescriptions, fuelling the rise of untreatable superbugs, a study has found.
As Ireland’s rental sector continues to expand, bricks and mortar remains a better home for your money than bonds — but only if you have the cash to spare, experts tell our writer
It was good enough for Sherlock Holmes and it did for Ted Bundy, the American serial killer. Even in the murky world of the forensic sciences, though, hair analysis is mistrusted.
Buying organic food may not always be better for the planet or for human health than cheaper options grown with artificial pesticides, according to researchers.
The food industry will fail to hit a government goal to cut sugar by a fifth by 2020 and is to push for an alternative to “arbitrary” targets.
Junk food should be sold in plain packaging to help to stop people overeating, one of Britain’s foremost brain researchers has argued.
A British agency is targeting Irish food and drink companies to relocate to Wales after the Brexit vote.
Tablets with detachable keyboards have come of age. We connect to three
Forget the hokum that these devices are good for ‘learning strategies’. They are bad for young people’s mental health