Nama has briefed the Department of Finance on potential inducements for its debtors. Photograph: Frank Miller /	THE IRISH TIMES

The National Asset Management Agency (Nama) is preparing to offer financial incentives to property developers in an attempt to stop its debtors dec(...)

Fianna Fáil has introduced legislation to ensure people forced to boil water are not subject to water charges.Moving a Private Members’ Bill the part(...)

Fianna Fáil’s Barry Cowen: TDs and Senators “would have hoped to have been privy to it, and had hoped to ask questions on it”

The exact pricing structure for water charges being proposed by Irish Water will be submitted to the Commission for Energy Regulation today, but is n(...)

The  Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan  and Irish Water have refused to comment on how much individual units of water will cost once the new billing regime comes into place in October.

The cost of water in homes where more than one adult child still lives with their parents will be at least €350 a year, based on figures provided by M(...)

A household of two adults and two children will be expected to go through 208,000 litres of water annually

Details of the tap tax have been announced then? Yes, and not before time. While most details of the water charge were widely leaked (sorry) before hi(...)

Workers install water meters outside houses in Fortlawn Estate near Blanchardstown, west Dublin, earlier this year. Picture Colin Keegan/ Collins Dublin. Workers install water meters outside houses in Fortlawn Estate near Blanchardstown, west Dublin, earlier this year. Picture Colin Keegan/ Collins Dublin.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore personally clashed at yesterday’s Cabinet meeting on efforts to secure agreement on water charg(...)

The annual standing charge for water will be €50 per house, or less, with the average yearly bill expected to come in below €300, The Irish Times has learned After years of austerity, water charges are the last big ticket item of painful adjustment

The annual standing charge for water will be €50 per house, or less, with the average yearly bill expected to come in below €300, (...)

According to a report, Irish Water has proposed a ¤100 standing charge per household.

Irish Water has sought the introduction a standing charge for households but the Government has said a decision is yet to be made on the matter(...)

A total of 5,895 households had their gas disconnected last year for non payment of bills. Photo: Bloomberg

More than 10,000 households had their electricity cut off last year due to non payment of bills, according to the latest figures from the Commi(...)

The Government will in the next two weeks publish details of the free water allowance householders can expect before charges start in January next year, the Dáil has heard. Photograph: Ian Waldie/Bloomberg

The Government will in the next two weeks publish details of the free water allowance householders can expect before charges start in January n(...)