Junior minister Seán Sherlock, Minister for  Enterprise and Jobs Richard Bruton, Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of Enterprise Ireland, and Terence O’Rourke,  Enterprise Ireland’s chairman, and junior minister John Perry at the launch of the Enterprise Ireland annual report yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson

Amount of support last year was up from €5.2m in 2012

Dublin was by far the busiest port in the Republic last year, handling 6,651 ship arrivals and gross tonnage of 142.4 million. Photograph: Dara MacDonaill

Goods ‘forwarded’ behind the overall 1.9 per cent drop

Aer Lingus shares closed 1.5 cent stronger at €1.39, while Ryanair shares added 11 cent to finish at €6.99. Photograph: Alan Betson

Airline share up as French strike ends; Kenmare rises on rejecting Iluka Resources

JP Morgan reit bookrunner says investors will seek track records

On a monthly basis, private rents were 0.4 per cent higher in May, while average general inflation was flat. Local authority rents were up 4.1 per cent annually in May and unchanged month on month. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

CSO figures show rents up 9% in May but average prices up 0.4%

 On an overall basis, the total number of mortgages accounts in arrears fell by 3,099 to 107,967 in April. Photograph: Frank Miller /

Department of Finance says 9.5% of outstanding loans on main homes now restructured

Irish League of Credit Unions headquarters on Mount Street in Dublin . Photograph: Frank Miller/Irish Times

Oireachtas committee hears of ‘unrealistic’ SME applications, however

Connie Danaher, Killimer, Co Clare and Mary Lumbroso, Nenagh, Co.Tipperary at the opening day of Bloom Graden Festival, in the Phoenix Park, Dublin.

Up to 115,000 people are expected to visit exhibition

Hibernia Reit and US investor Starwood Capital could join forces in the redevelopment of Windmill Lane Studios. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Property investor pays €20.16m for the loan secured on the Hanover Building at Windmill Lane

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