The latest proposal for resolving the Aer Lingus pension dispute involves a contribution of €191 million from the airline and €73 million from the Dublin Airport Authority  to a new fund that will replace the Irish Aviation Superannuation Scheme. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Airline prepares to get investor backing for once-off €191m contribution to fund

US Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen during her monthly news conference yesterday in Washington, DC. US stocks advanced yesterday, sending the S&P 500 Index above a record closing level, after the Fed pledged to keep borrowing costs low for a “considerable time” after its asset-purchase programme ends. Photograph: Mark Wilson/Getty Images

CRH adds 1.13 per cent as nearly 2.25 million shares bought in Dublin

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe: warned that the DAA must be allowed raise the cash it needs to implement Government aviation policy.

Minister backs DAA in passenger charges row on grounds of financial necessity

DPL operations lost €1.2 million last year, almost twice the 2012 figure. Photograph: Carol Gering

DIY and builders merchants group reports sales dip of 2.4% last year

Independent Pipeline Company is to seek permission build an aviation fuel pipeline connecting Dublin’s port and airport. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

Independent Pipeline Company to seek permission for €20m Dublin project

Ryanair CEO, Michael O’Leary, pictured at Dublin Airport, in the cockpit of the first of Ryanair’s new Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft. Photograph: Collins

Irish airline seeking licence from Cypriot authorities

 Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary in the cockpit of the first of Ryanair’s new Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft which arrived from Seattle into Dublin Airport yesterday.  Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins

DAA warns proposal will stifle growth

There are proposals to refurbish K Club. Its value was written down by €16.2 million to €67 million in 2012.

Bubble-era developer who ran up debts of €2.7bn providing an ‘excellent service’

Seán Quinn: his family said the sale of any Quinn companies or company assets would compound the “illegality” of Anglo’s takeover. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Statement follows news that high-profile pubs are up for sale

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