Hazelbrook Square was once the site of the HB ice cream plant in Nutgrove, producer of a range of ice-creams that were synonymous with childhood in I(...)

The Royal Hibernian Way: Friends First to invest in improving offering and bringing in additional traders to coincide with Luas arrival

The Royal Hibernian Way, one of Dublin’s almost forgotten shopping malls, is to be upgraded by owners Friends First following its acquisition of the r(...)

Social Democrats TD Catherine Murphy has said taxpayers have a right to know why such large write-downs were granted to certain borrowers of IBRC. Photograph: Alan Betson

Last Friday evening, on the cusp of the bank holiday weekend, the second interim report of the commission of inquiry into IBRC was published by the De(...)

The report entitled, From Puerto Rico to the Dublin Docklands, Vulture Funds and Debt in Ireland and the Global South is by the Debt and Development Coalition Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

The arrival of “vulture funds” in the Irish property market means an increased likelihood of people being evicted from their homes, according to a rep(...)

Sports Direct founder Mike Ashley: billionaire is among several retailers interested in a deal with administrators. Photograph: Joe Giddens/PA Wire

Ashley seeking to rescue BHS Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley is bidding to rescue British retail chain BHS from administration. The Sunday Telegraph(...)

Noel Smyth: “Any funds who have purchased lands in Ireland again should be encouraged, incentivised and forced in every way possible to ensure that these lands are utilised for the purpose for which they were zoned.” Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Time

Vulture funds that have bought development land from the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) should be forced to build houses on those sites quick(...)

Rents in Dublin are higher than in many European capitals. And the Dáil just wrings its hands.

You can’t afford to go to law in Ireland even with a good case? Too bad. Your neighbour pays for vital health tests, while you must wait months and po(...)

Nama appointed a receiver to Lynams Hotel last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

A dispute between the operator of a Dublin city centre hotel and a Nama-appointed receiver over possession of the premises has been resolved. As part(...)

Some 128 acres at six sites in commuter towns close to Dublin were placed on the market in February at €44.75 million.

Ardstone Capital is believed to have been chosen as preferred bidder by Nama for development assets connected with David Daly’s Albany Group. Some 1(...)

Enda Farrell leaves the Dublin Ciruit Criminal Court on Thursday: he was very co-operative with the Garda Síochána once the investigation began. Photograph: Collins Courts

A former official with the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) who is facing jail for leaking potentially commercially sensitive information told(...)