A slow journey

Make haste slowly seems to be the advice those responsible for the development of Dublin’s transport infrastructure have heeded over the past 21 years(...)

Mary Lou McDonald said she was “deeply alarmed” by the proposal  to change to the date from which refugee bodies are subject to freedom of information legislation.  Photograph: Eric Luke

A proposal to change the date from which the records of two refugee bodies are subject to the Freedom of Information Act has drawn criticism. The prop(...)

Irish based life sciences company Malin raised €330 million from international investors in its debut on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) on Wednesday, in one of the largest life science IPOs ever to take place in Europe. Pictured ringing the bell at the launch of the  IPO were An Taoiseach, Enda Kenny TD,  watched on by (L-R) Deirdre Somers, CEO, ISE, John Given and Dr Adrian Howd from Malin (Photograph: Colm Mahady / Fennells)

Irish based life sciences company Malin raised €330 million from international investors in its debut on the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) on Wednesday,(...)

The former Smithwick’s brewery in Kilkenny. The proposed phased redevelopment includes the creation of a dedicated business, enterprise and third-level research facility as part of the first phase.

The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund’s (ISIF) next project could be a major regeneration project in Kilkenny, as the council considers its options fo(...)

The State is now able to borrow money at record low interest rates.

The State has repaid more than €18 billion of the original €22.5 billion debt due to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout loan.The National T(...)

Mr Justice Seamus Noonan said the ombudsman was not entitled to disapply the provisions of the 2010 Financial Measures in the Public Interest Act enacted in response to the economic crisis

The Pensions Ombudsman “strayed well outside his jurisdiction” when he found in favour of a National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) employee who co(...)

Investors are paying to lend short-term money to Ireland, as interest rates on new six month borrowing went negative on Thursday, for the first time. (...)

Ireland’s cost of borrowing continued to fall to new record lows this week, following the launch of the European Central Bank’s €1 trillion bond purchasing, or quantitative easing programme, which commenced on Monday. (Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times)

Ireland returned to the global bond markets on Thursday morning, taking advantage of record low funding costs to raise €1 billion at auction at an av(...)

Liquidator Kieran Wallace of KPMG will announce  a significant surplus has resulted from the liquidation, after funds are repaid to secured creditors. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The State and other unsecured creditors are set to get an interim payout from the liquidation of IBRC before the end of this year.The joint liquidator(...)

Employees of a foreign exchange trading company stand in front of monitors displaying the exchange rates. Photograph: Yuya Shino/Reuters 1:44

The NTMA has announced that it will raise €1 billion on the markets on Thursday through an auction of its existing 30-year bond. The NTMA had a(...)