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# Paul O'Donoghue

This year
‘Over €100,000 per home’ estimate tries to put a figure on the cost of Ireland’s urban sprawl
Ireland's biggest private landlord brands its €1,800 average rents 'undervalued'
Why Charlemont is the end of the line for the MetroLink - and not Stephen’s Green
Last year
Explainer: What we learned about the Irish gender pay gap this week
Why Ireland's corporate tax bonanza could keep increasing - despite being riskier than ever
From a share price dive to €2bn in profits: how Ryanair found itself flying high again
The concern Ireland’s €10bn surplus could turn from a ‘good problem’ to a bad one
Six-year government stasis on Donegal planning corruption report borders on farcical
Growth at all costs? Row over Irish dairy farms targeting African nations
Now versus the 1980s: How interest rates impact household budgets
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