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Last year
People Before Profit propose scrapping TV licence and funding RTÉ through a new 'Big Tech Tax'
Tourism Ireland announce Ronan O'Gara as the face of Cork in France
San Francisco warns Musk he needs permit for giant, flashing X sign
National Lottery operator to be bought by French gambling company for €350m
European Central Bank increases interest rates for the ninth time since last summer
Barbie smashes Irish box office with biggest opening weekend this year or last year
Ryanair records €663m profit for three months to June but warns of falling winter demand
X lives: Twitter's CEO says rebrand 'is here' and Elon Musk changes bio to
'Weight-based' tax for cars considered to offset the annual €1.5b cost of switching to EVs
Ten businesses issued with closure orders last month by Food Safety Authority
Aviation watchdog obtains €348,000 in refunds for passengers in 2022
Cross-border trade between Ireland and the North 'increased significantly' since Brexit: ESRI
RTÉ, Ryan and Renault: The broadcaster's deal to keep Tubs on side
Right hook to the Facebook: Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg agree to cage fight
Aviva says 'suspicious' personal injury claims are being withdrawn on the steps of court
Watchdog warns about electric car 'zero emissions' claims
Finance Minister wants 'prudent' Budget as Taoiseach seeks threshold for higher tax rate at €50k
Irish economy falls 4.6% in the first quarter of 2023, more than estimated by CSO
Petrol prices: Donohoe defends excise rate increase, says not doing so would cost €700m
Fraudsters 'find it easier' to trick victims into sending money than stealing their identities
EU commission's appeal against €14.3 billion Apple and Ireland tax ruling to be heard today
An electric vehicle is most popular car on DoneDeal as demand rises 35% in a year
Facebook-owner Meta hit with record fine of €1.2 billion by Ireland's Data Protection Commission
Ryanair soars to annual profit of €1.4 billion after net loss of €355 million in previous year
Is Ireland once again a 'Treasure Island' for supermarkets?
Eir fined €2.45 million by regulator for overcharging an estimated 76,000 customers
Vodafone cutting 11,000 jobs as new CEO says group ‘must change’
No restaurant street furniture fees for another year as regulations extended
FactFind: Was the 2008 crash caused by building too many houses?
FactCheck: Does Ireland collect more corporate tax per person than almost any other EU country?
Government has cash at its disposal ahead of Budget 2024 with €16bn surplus for next year
Facebook parent company Meta and TikTok decline invite to Oireachtas committee
Elon Musk tells BBC nearly 8,000 Twitter employees were laid off since his acquisition
Moral panic 'fizzled out' of Dungarvan after gardaí arrested woman over alleged false statement
EU leaders insist eurozone banking sector is stable as shares plunge
Accenture to axe 19,000 jobs worldwide, including 400 in Ireland
Jacqueline Gold, founder of taboo-shattering Ann Summers brand, dies aged 62
US banks shore up First Republic in attempt to avoid another bank failure
European Central Bank hikes interest rates for sixth time since last summer
Mobile operator partly owned by Ryan Reynolds sold to T-Mobile for $1.3 billion