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# Boom and Bust

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Ghost town?: What does Google's decision to pull out of an office deal mean for the landscape of Dublin city centre?
Property experts say rumours of the capital’s demise are greatly exaggerated.
FactFind: Is it cheaper to have a mortgage than rent in Ireland?
We’ve all heard it in the pub, but is it actually true?
Nama boss: 'About €35bn is gone, but it was gone before we were set up'
The bad bank said today it will make a bigger-than-expected lifetime surplus.
Property prices will rise in 2017 - with the biggest increases just outside Dublin
There was a 27% increase in planning permissions in Dublin: the figure in Munster was 42%.
Sinn Féin billboard takes aim at 'deeply dishonest' Fine Gael figures
The party says Fine Gael promises “simply don’t add up”.
This is how Dublin's cityscape has changed - and what's in store for the future
A new video maps more than five decades of development in the capital.
Here's how many jobs were created - and lost - in manufacturing since 2009
The industry has steadied in recent years.
Government advisors warn Noonan: We need another tough Budget
The Finance Minister has said we can expect a largely neutral Budget. He’s being told it should be ‘prudent’ and ‘disciplined’.
Here's how Michael Noonan wants to end 'boom and bust' economics
The Finance Minister said that overspending by government poses the biggest threat to recovery.
Two years on: Pictures show Priory Hall apartments in ruin
As well as being a fire hazard, the complex is damp, flooded in places and completely uninhabitable.
Priory Hall residents watch their homes ‘deteriorate beyond repair’
Almost two years since they were evacuated over fire concerns, Priory Hall residents remain uncertain about their future.
Chief Justice looks for ethics in the boardroom
Chief Justice Susan Denham said today that a “trail of devastation winds its way into our courts daily”.