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# Developers

All time
Property developers owe €750million in levies to local authorities
O'Dowd says he is 'not on the side of developers'
NAMA: Developers' guarantees only dropped in exchange for commercial agreement
Opposition dismisses 'whitewash' report on councils' planning inquiries
Planning review finds deficiencies but no evidence of wrongdoing
DDDA fiasco shows 'murky relationship between FF, developers and Anglo' - TD
Amazon to create 100 jobs in Dublin
Treasury Holdings commences legal proceedings against Nama
Ennis: "Some of the most senseless zoning excesses of Celtic Tiger"
Column: Did you hear the one about the developer, the banker and the politician?
Nick Leeson
Nama to Nature: Why we are planting trees on ghost estates
Nama to roll out vendor finance to commercial buyers in Northern Ireland
Vacant buildings could be used for art in new Dublin plan
Nama to claw back €500million in assets
MEP: McCreevy's boom-time diary raises issues about lobbyists
Nama begins legal proceedings against developer Sean Dunne
NAMA to hire private detectives to hunt down hidden riches
City council to appeal Priory Hall court order
"No easy solutions" to Priory Hall, city manager warns
NAMA is paying €200,000 salaries to two indebted developers
Priory Hall developers told to hand over passports
NAMA confirms pursuit of major developers' pensions
NAMA chairman defends paying six-figure salaries to developers
Column: Amid unnerved stock markets, it’s time to give NAMA a chance
Nick Leeson
NAMA to invest €3m in 'urgent' ghost estate work
NAMA chairman denies builders can buy back their properties cheaply
Poll: Is it time to stop treating property developers as 'social pariahs'?
Minister says developers should no longer be treated as 'social pariahs'
NAMA receivers stood down as developers who owe €650m regain control of assets
Irish Property Council calls for a “truth commission”
NAMA chief threatens further action against developers
Poll: What should be done about Ireland's ghost estates?
Developers could escape NAMA search for transferred assets
Poll: Do you trust NAMA to force developers to pay their debts?