That sinking feeling: what could be the couse of the foul odour coming from the sink in our spare bedroom? Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) coming on the market.A Attic conversions come in two types, the first is the more common, an attic(...)

Dublin Bus privitisation plan

(...) support for same “should be given in conjunction with a degree of competitive tension in the market” (News(...)

Bank of Ireland rose nearly 1 per cent to close at 35 cent, buoyed by a sector-wide surge in stocks

(...)-Irish food giant’s shares dropped nearly 8 per cent on the back of unexpected news it was planning to buy a(...)

No redundancies have been announced following the deal which could see Lagan’s workforce swell to more than 900 people – making it one of the largest privately owned construction and civil firms North and South.

(...) sustainable growth”.“It is good news for the construction sector and will have a positive impact on NI(...)

Signal has raised $1.8 million in funding as it seeks to expand its business. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

(...) and market intelligence, and intends to take on firms such as Factiva. Signal scours the web(...)

Innovative design: the Lidl in Terenure village was built on stilts to allow for car park spaces to be fitted underneath the store

(...) after the crash by Lidl for more than €4 million. Not good news Tara Buckley, director general of the(...)

Investors were today booking profits on car stocks, the sector which has risen the most since the start of the year. BMW fell 1.3 per cent. Photograph: Michaela Rehle/Reuters

(...) market tried to rally a little toward the close yesterday, but there was not a huge volume traded on the(...)

Aryzta chief executive officer Owen Killian said Picard was an ideal replacement for the group’s Origin holding. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

(...) million. News of the deal, however, sent shares in the Dublin and Zurich-listed company down. They fell(...)

A B&Q store in Tamworth as the chain’s owner Kingfisher was forced to drop its plans to buy French rival Mr Bricolage for €275 million. Photograph  : Rui Vieira/PA Wire

(...) fall in profit reflected a slower market in France since the summer of 2014, £34 million of adverse(...)

(...) equities are looking, well, bubbly.The Chinese market is up almost 80 per cent over the past nine months(...)