It is possible to take your bike on holidays on most airlines from Ireland but there are a few key rules. Aer Lingus can take up to 10 bicycles per (...)

Laya is moving deeper into its new rival’s core life insurance market, the ‘Sunday Times’ reported

Laya versus Irish Life Insurer Laya Healthcare is preparing a pre-emptive strike against Irish Life’s entry into health insurance by moving deeper int(...)

The Westpac Express has a gross tonnage of 8,403 tonne, passenger capacity of 900 and a car carrying capacity of 182 units

Shipowner Irish Continental Group (ICG) has agreed a deal to buy a high-speed vessel known as the “Westpac Express” for $13.25 million. The Irish Fer(...)

ICG chief executive Eamonn Rothwell owns 14.7 per cent of the shipping group

Irish Continental Group chief executive Eamonn Rothwell remuneration package rose by 40 per cent in 2015, a year in which the shipowner surpassed the (...)

Ships in Dublin Port being loaded with goods for export. Photograph: Irish Times

Nearly 20 ships a day are docking at Dublin Port, resulting in record volumes of trade and passenger numbers. In its latest trading update, the Dub(...)

Siptu president Jack O’Connor. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Radio listeners who tuned into RTÉ’s Morning Ireland on Friday could have been forgiven for thinking otherwise, but there is no history of bad blood b(...)

Justin Comiskey and family on board the Irish Ferries’ ship the Oscar Wilde

Holidays should be about magic moments and, a few hours into my family’s trip from Dublin to Rome, one arrived. We asked for a tour of the bridge of (...)

Overall, the total number of passengers carried last year - comprising car, coach and foot passengers - was flat at 3.2 million

Revenues at Irish Continental Group (ICG) jumped 10 per cent last year to €320.6 million from €290.1 million a year earlier on the back of increased (...)

 Chief executive officer of airline Ryanair, Michael O’Leary. Photograph: Niklas Halle’n/AFP/Getty Images

Nervousness over the outcome of today’s general election, together with the opening salvos of the UK’s referendum debate on European Union membership(...)

 The biggest faller in London was Standard Chartered, which dropped 5.3 per cent after Investec cut its rating to hold from buy, recommending investors take profits after a 17 per cent surge in two days. Photograph: Leon Neal/AFP/Getty

The Iseq slipped about 0.5 per cent yesterday as European stocks generally struggled to maintain momentum, due to renewed concerns about global growt(...)