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Analysis: Should the government support drilling for gas off the coast of Mayo?
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Analysis: Suspicions grow that government schemes are pumping up new build house prices
From a share price dive to €2bn in profits: how Ryanair found itself flying high again
WeWork's expensive gamble is summed up by its plans in Dublin's Central Plaza
How a planning blockage is threatening Ireland's wind farm industry
Why a tiny tax increase no-one noticed could mean higher charges on the way for Irish workers
Analysis: The government's three Budget policies which could throw €500m into a housing money pit
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The concern Ireland’s €10bn surplus could turn from a ‘good problem’ to a bad one
Intergenerational fairness? The question mark over making people 66 and older pay PRSI
Why a Dublin firm’s mega-merger has plunged the Irish stock exchange into an existential crisis
MetroLink on track to be one of the most expensive underground rail projects in the world
The government's blind devotion to Help to Buy has likely cost Irish taxpayers €240 million
They get more attention, but NIMBYs usually lose out in the end to YIMBYs
‘A joke’: Planning decision 14 months overdue for first phase of 1,000 home Meath development
Six-year government stasis on Donegal planning corruption report borders on farcical
Why Ireland’s biggest private landlord is struggling - despite average rents of €1,800 a month
BOI and AIB have made €1 billion this year. Is it time to revisit the decision to privatise them?
Growth at all costs? Row over Irish dairy farms targeting African nations
Now versus the 1980s: How interest rates impact household budgets
Why the government is set to break its own budget rules for the second year in-a-row
Why there's a push to take pensions decisions out of the hands of politicians
Nothing is certain with Barryroe as saga of oil field drags on
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Fingal's scuppering of elected mayor for Dublin slammed... by Fingal's former mayor
Local authorities haven't collected over €355 million owed to them
Dublin council blames tenants for drop in rent collection
Here's how much Poolbeg is worth now (and how much has been spent on it)
Govt doing "bare minimum" to fix organ donation rates, says CEO
Dublin City Council spent almost €200k a month on Poolbeg consultancy fees
Poolbeg incinerator plan delayed (again) but controversial clause gets dumped
Gone for good: Last Magdalene laundry to be converted into houses and sold