Category: Business

Housing crisis: Breakdown of counties with highest and ...

The number of vacant homes available for potential upgrade and refurbishment to boost housing supply is heavily skewed to the west...

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Race against time for AIB and Ulster Bank tracker custo...

Tracker mortgage customers with AIB and Ulster Bank have been warned they are running out of time to lock in to attractive fixed r...

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Milk recording, underpasses in new TAMS but no dribble ...

Farmers will be able to avail of grant aid for underpasses and farm roadways under the new TAMS 3 scheme, however rotary milking m...

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Stricter tractor driver rules review delayed until 2024

A review of proposed stricter rules for tractor driver licences, which would limit weight and speed capacity for younger drivers, ...

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Drop in energy prices pushes inflation lower

Softer energy prices once again slowed the pace of annual inflation in Ireland in another sign of an improving economic outlook.

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Know your rates before you start charging to the credit...

With all the talk of mortgage interest rates going up, you’d wonder why rates on other products aren’t following suit.

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Profits up sharply at estate agent Lisney as end of Cov...

Pre-tax profits at property services firm Lisney last year increased more than sevenfold to €674,826.

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IMF raises world economic outlook for the first time in...

The International Monetary Fund raised its global economic growth outlook for the first time in a year, with resilient US spending...

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Data regulators told to share updates on big tech inves...

The European Commission will now request all national data protection authorities to share details of any ongoing “large-scale cro...

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Samsung’s profit plummets amid global economic woes

Samsung Electronics said on Tuesday that its profit for the last quarter plummeted nearly 70% as the weak global economy depressed...

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Leaving green waste in corner of field to decompose amo...

Leaving branches and bushes in the corner of fields to decompose over time is among the alternatives to burning, a new study commi...

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Coillte forestry controversy at the root of a much bigg...

Somehow the Government and Coillte have achieved the unlikely feat of finding a way of getting rural TDs, left-wing TDs, forestry ...

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Central Bank demands special audits for ‘fintech’ payme...

Dozens of fintechs are being forced to submit special audits to the Central Bank after a review of the sector found "significant d...

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University of Limerick sued by firm over patent for rec...

The University of Limerick (UL) is being sued by a technology recycling company which claims a patent for the process of treating ...

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Sobering idea – Irish Distillers file NFT patent for ‘v...

Want to take Dry January that little bit further in the years ahead?

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