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Twin threats of Covid-19 and Brexit mean the economy is 'not yet ready to carry itself', Ibec warns
Ibec outlined measures it sees as central to supporting businesses and the economy over the coming year.
The Sage Northcutt hype train was derailed with this 'quick' tap last night
Bryan Barberena took the win in New Jersey.
All aboard! The Joseph Duffy hype train just gathered more momentum
The Donegal man won by first-round submission at UFC Glasgow.
Play by this controversial author pulled from festival over security fears
There has been much debate over the fact the play was pulled.
Can't pay your mortgage? Your council should do it for you...
Whatever action the government takes on Ireland’s housing debt crisis will be the ‘biggest political decision since Irish Water’ according to a householders’ group.
The CAO deadline has passed but no need for panic....
Late applications can still be submitted between March until May.
Permanent TSB submit plan to the ECB a week early
The bank failed the latest ECB stress test after an €855 million shortfall was identified.
Not neutral: Fianna Fáíl say they'd bring in €361 million in new tax measures
The party’s proposing an overall adjustment of €220 million in next week’s Budget.
Sex trafficking victims 'in danger of abuse in Direct Provision'
That’s according to agencies who have contacted the Minister for Justice, Frances Fitzgerald.
Up for debate: What sort of Ireland do we want?
St Vincent de Paul wants the Government to lead the debate on this question.
Enda Kenny wants to hear what you have to say about the new policing body
The government today launched a public consultation on the establishment of the authority today.
Putting electricity cables underground will add 3% to electricity bills over the next 50 years, says Rabbitte
The deadline for submissions on this third round of public consultation conducted by Eirgrid is 5pm today.
Call for 50c 'environmental levy' on packs of 20 cigarettes
ASH Ireland said the levy should be imposed on the tobacco industry, on the ‘polluter pays’ principle.
Government called on to address housing shortage in Budget 2014
Threshold has said that up to 30,000 new houses need to be constructed annually to meet demand.