A file image of David Byrne of Raleigh Square, Crumlin, who was shot dead at by a gang of armed men at the Regency Hotel in Dublin. Photograph:  Paddy Cummins

(...) affairs of the Kinahan gang in Dublin; the main market it supplies drugs to from its Spanish base. He(...)

Year--round menace: goats climb argan trees for food, particularly in dry winters. Photograph: Perry McKenna/Getty Images

(...) with a market-based conservation strategy that could be summed up as “commercialise to conserve”. It(...)

Philip Lane: the governor of the Central Bank is open-minded about the rules. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) to put manners on a property market that had begun to reheat in a way dangerously reminiscent of the(...)

Out of reach: “It’s completely unaffordable for a single person today on average earnings to purchase a house,” says Annette Hughes of the DKM economic consultancy. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg

(...) the start of 2015. The move appears to have taken the sting out of the market, with house-price growth(...)

Níall Donovan: ‘I asked the bank if they wanted the house back. They said no.’ Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) evidence of our friends buying houses and telling us to get home quick, because the market was shooting up(...)

 Ali Mitter, Shane Bonner and Katrina Crawford; behind, Clare Wilkinson Naveen Bachani, and Mari Donelan at Newmarket Kitchen at Bray Business Park . Photograph: Cyril Byrne

(...) who had a market stall and needed to find food preparation space. It was tougher to secure than he had(...)

A Connemara Village was first exhibited by the Fine Art Society, New Bond Street, London, in April 1934 and then, in November 1937, at Combridge’s Gallery in Dublin where former taoiseach John A Costello is understood to have bought it for £85.

Costello ,has come to light and will be sold at auction next month. A Connemara Village by Paul Henry is(...)

The gap between Irish bond yields and those of the countries we want to see ourselves ranked beside – France and Belgium – has widened a bit in the last week

(...) change is anticipated. The extent to which rating agency decisions affect market decisions is debatable(...)

LinkedIn was down close to 45 per cent at $106.03 after plunging as low as $102, wiping out about $11 billion of market value

(...).5 per cent, suggesting the labour market recovery remains firm. “That . . . serves as a caution to(...)

Investors use ratings agency standings to guide decisions on where to put their money

(...), so an upgrade in Ireland’s rating should help to hold down the cost of raising new debt. Although(...)