Bank of Ireland gained 1.35 per cent to close the day at 37.5 cents. Its chief executive, Richie Boucher, said the bank would in future look to grow in the UK through bolt-on acquisitions, though he indicated there were no immediate plans. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

(...) 10 per cent after saying it will resubmit a new insulin product to US regulators, taking the(...)

Roy Keane takes on the Poland defence in Poznan in 1991. Photograph: Alan Betson/Inpho

(...) almost everybody’s spending money in order to exchange it at higher rates on the black market returned to(...)

Shoppers walk past and look at a board displaying food prices at a shopping mall in central Beijing. Photogrpah: David Gray/Reuters

It’s jokingly referred to as “the noodle bowl” - Asia’s tangled mass of bilateral free(...)

 Graham and Gemma Dwyer at home in Gulistan Cottages, Dublin 6, in May 2007. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

(...) putting it on the market four years later for €590,000 and moving to Kerrymount Close.Dwyer, just 35 years(...)

Rents in Dublin increased by almost 10 per cent last year and by almost four per cent outside the capital, though increases have been higher in the counties around Dublin.

(...) the homeless and housing-vulnerable for increases to meet market rents. Rents in Dublin increased by(...)

 Dublin-based asset management firm Kleinwort Benson Investors (KBI) has posted a threefold increase in operating profits to €7.4 million. Photo: Bloomberg

(...) in operating profits to €7.4 million, on the back of increasing revenues.The company grew its 2014(...)

Electric cars could go longer between plugs if LG Chem’s technology works.

(...) that we’ve been told all this sin e 2008 or thereabouts and we seem to be very little closer to(...)

Exit M-Class, enter GLE

Mercedea anorak to spot the differences on the outside. There are new lights and a new grille, new bumpers(...)

"Wear what you feel comfortable in. If you’re a jeans and t-shirt sort of guy, then wear good jeans and a t-shirt."

Hackett, think quintessentially British garments harking back to era when tailoring and tweed reigned(...)

Söder+Ko is an all-day cafe bar and restaurant on South Great George’s Street in Dublin that mixes Asian food with a Scandinavian influenced drinks list, in a very chilled environment

(...) to the potato. It’s true to say that it seems to be aimed at the tourist market, but at only €4(...)