Supporters Harold A Schaitberger (right) and Joseph Smith  applaud  Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams  during a Friends of Sinn Féin breakfast on St Patrick’s Day in 2005. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images

Sinn Féin has raised $12 million (€10.7 million) from some of America’s biggest construction(...)

 Gerry Adams speaks to Friends of Sinn Féin supporters during a breakfast on St Patrick’s Day, 2005. Photo:   Alex Wong/Getty Images

(...) 1959. In 1971, with partner Lewis Marino, he founded Structure Tone, one of the top three construction(...)

 Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams listens from his table as he is introduced at a fundraiser in New York in 1999. Seated next to Adams is businessman Pat Donaghy, a major donor.

(...) companies and firms associated with the construction industry dominate Friends of Sinn Féin’s donors. Among(...)

 New York: $6.3 million was raised from the state over the past 20 years. Photograph: Gary Hershorn/EPA

(...) of Sinn Féin.“The range on the business side is drawn heavily from the construction industry, from(...)

Fibre to Business in Kilkenny: Martin Costelloe, president of Kilkenny Chamber; John Mulholland, acting county manager, Kilkenny; John Mulholland, acting county manager, Kilkenny County Council; John H¼urley, chief executive  of Kilkenny Chamber;  Mary McCabe, project manager with eNet; John Regan, head of sales and Service with Ripplecom; and Kevin Hanley, head of IT with Kilkenny County Council. Photograph: Pat Moore

Net.He was speaking as construction began on a new €500,000 superfast “fibre direct” broadband infrastructure(...)

The historic Bank of Ireland branch on College Green, Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

(...) with two chambers. Construction work began in 1729 and it housed the Irish parliament until the Act of(...)

Apart from exempted works, all extensions, material alterations and material changes of use must comply with the building regulations

(...)” is a misnomer because it refers to the dry construction method employed and not to its ability to(...)

Four candidates have been confirmed to run for president of young farmers’ group Macra na Feirme, as the nomination process closes. Photograph: Macra na Feirme

(...) assurance chemist with Pfizer and partner in her family farm.Mr Finan is a beef farmer and construction(...)

The house at 3 Kerrymount Drive, Foxrock, Dublin 18. Photograph: Myhome.ie

(...) schools. They were owners of a house currently under construction at Hainault Road, Foxrock, into which(...)

(...) to get projects off the ground.Speaking at the “Construction Financing Options” event, Mr Noonan said(...)