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Irish household debt continued to fall in the third quarter of 2015, reaching its lowest level since the early months of 2006, new data from the Cent(...)

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Despite the fact that Valentine’s Day is off the agenda for most small business owners and their partners and spouses, most were supportive, citing the happiness and freedom business ownership brings to their partner.

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 Data Solutions managing director Michael O’Hara,    Nutanix channel manager Andrew Brewerton and Sean Fane, UK managing director of Data Solutions, at the announcement of Data Solutions’ expansion. Photograph: Colin Swain

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Dublin 4 is the most expensive part of Dublin to rent in, according to a report compiled by First Citizen Asset Management

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