Minister for Finance Michael Noonan says Government agrees with OECD that there is no point in  establishing  special tax code for the digital economy. Photograph: Matteo Bazzi/EPA

Minister says Government agrees that digital sector can’t be separated for tax purposes

CSO figures provide snapshot of income trends during height of economic downturn

Since the crash the average Irish interest rate on outstanding mortgages has ‘diverged’ from the ECB’s main rate.

Central Bank figures show lenders have been gradually increasing rates on overdrafts and loans

Brendan Howlin says political agreement could be reached at the informal finance ministers’ meeting in Milan this week.

Noonan predicts Irish economy will grow by a better-than-expected 3 per cent this year

Comreg says latest figures for second quarter represent 14.7% jump on previous period

Agreements between consumers and State’s main banks result in 75,605 mortgage restructures

Funding in place to deliver 4,500 new houses and apartments in Dublin over next 18 months

Watchdog says many consumers were unaware exactly what type of product they were buying

The recent surge in house prices, most notably in Dublin, has been blamed almost entirely on a chronic lack of supply.  Photograph: Frank Miller/Irish Times

CSO figures show volume of residential building fell by 1.9% in second quarter

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