Last gasp of the Celtic Tiger, as builders take a morning break on Pearse Street, Dublin in August, 2009. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times 2:56

(...) system collapsed in 2008, and our construction industry shuddered to a halt, the economy had already(...)

Data shows that the average transaction price nationally has increased by 16.5 per cent in the past year. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Dublin property prices have jumped by a quarter over the past year, according to data in in a new report.Data from property website and th(...)

Galway Mountain Rescue Team call on Government for review of tax issue.

(...) are used for public services such as road cleaning, road construction and for the exclusive transport(...)

An aerial view shows people sitting in formation to the words “Thank You” after Tokyo was chosen to host the 2020 Olympic Games. The ambitious makeover of Tokyo planned in advance of the Olympics has triggered withering criticism. Photograph: Reuters/Kyodo

(...). Disquiet over construction plans have been heightened by growing concerns about cost. Estimates for the(...)

Charlie Adam of Stoke City battles for the ball with Fabricio Coloccini of Newcastle United at Britannia Stadium. Photograph: Gareth Copley/Getty Images

(...) simple goal in its construction. Moses, after swapping passes with Charlie Adam, shifted the ball onto(...)

Journie founder Neil Burns pitching at the ESB Spark of Genius competition last week. Journie was one of 30 finalists in the competition. photograph: mel maclaine/the photo project

(...).”He willingly went into the construction sector at the height of the recession in 2010, joining flooring(...)

(...) involve “ a more ambitious build programme and the facilitation of increased private sector construction(...)

Dermot Desmond: decision to invest in housing will be closely watched

(...) investing in other sectors, but it is understood to be focused on funding the construction of hundreds of(...)

 Knife maker Fingal Ferguson,  at his  workshop in West Cork. Photograph: Emma Jervis

(...) from Mullingar looking for new opportunities after the collapse of the construction industry, was(...)

The difficulty for the Government will be how to deal with the problem without looking like it is caving into a construction industry

(...) begun. Once again, it is a problem with its roots in the insanity that seized the construction and(...)