Peter Collins, managing director of  Kennedy Wilson’s European business. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Real estate fund is one of the more active purchasers of property in the Republic

The SCSI is calling for a “built to rent” scheme Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Society of Chartered Surveyors says current rental inflation is unsustainable

Avolon chief executive Domhnall Slattery. Photograph: Matthew Lloyd/Bloomberg

Dublin-based aircraft lease company’s revenues rise 33 per cent

Comptroller and Auditor General Seamus McCarthy:  assessment  found that non-commercial State bodies are following rules laid down for audit committees in 2009 code of practice. Photograph: Frank Miller

Report from the Government’s financial watchdog recommends using formal procedures to avoid conflicts of interest

The High Court heard yesterday that both men have made a number of allegations of fraud against the bank. Photograph: Reuters

Pair are challenging bank’s right to appoint receivers to the properties

Bus Éireann receives about €160 million a year to cover the costs of transporting students to and from schools around the Republic.

European Commission rules firm enjoys unfair advantage in €160m annual deal

Willie Walsh, chief executive of British Airways’s parent, said in Dublin that demand for flights from both business and leisure travellers to London City was growing. Photograph: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg

British Airways to compete with Cityjet and Flybe

A budget of just under €600 million has been allocated for the maintenance and improvement of national, regional and local roads. Photograph: The Irish Times

Transport: €893 million allocated to roads, rail and buses

The Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan, announced today that from January, he will abolish the 80 per cent windfall rate, and profits from such deals will now be taxed at the standard capital gains charge of 33 per cent. File Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Capital gains relief on property dealsto be abolished at the end the year

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