The new State company is working on a strategy to revive its portfolio, beginning with upgrading buildings in the Shannon Free Zone. Photograph Arthur Ellis/Press22.

More than 200 commercial properties owned by the Republic’s newest State company are empty, the Dáil Committee on Public Accounts heard yesterday. (...)

Taking off at Ireland West Airport Knock, in Co Mayo. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Taoiseach Enda Kenny is coming under renewed pressure within his own party over the future of Ireland West Airport Knock in his home constituency of (...)

Leo Varadkar, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport. Photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland is at risk of attack because it facilitates the stopover of US military aircraft at Shannon airport, Independent TD Clare Daly has claimed. S(...)

Donald Trump landed in Shannon Airport, vowing to bring hundreds of jobs over the next few years to Co Clare.

Having rolled out the red carpet early last week for US billionaire Donald Trump’s arrival, Shannon Airport Authority (SAA) chair Rose Hynes received (...)

The new law will give security for aircraft fianciers and lessors, a key industry in both Shannon and Dublin.

Legislation setting up a new State-owned commercial body for Shannon, combining both the airport and development agency, will be published shor(...)

The land at Foynes Port about to be offered for sale on the international market by the CRH Group

Most of the industrial-zoned land around Foynes Port in Co Limerick is about to be offered for sale on the international market by the CRH Grou(...)

The Bill to abolish severance pay is being sponsored by Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin.

The Government will make good on its promise to end severance payments to retiring ministers this autumn, with new legislation planned to discontinue (...)

Researchers at Intel’s ‘Irish Design Centre’ in Shannon are involved in developing the most advanced silicon technology. The 2013 staff shared $22.4 million in remuneration. Photograph: Alan Betson

Pre-tax profits at the Irish R&D arm of chip giant, Intel fell by almost a quarter last year. Intel Shannon Ltd has reported profit of $4.1 millio(...)

 The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar confirmed the draft includes provisions allowing the Republic to adopt part of the Cape Town Convention, an international agreement governing aircraft leasing, that will enhance creditors’ security in an airline insolvency. Photograph: The Irish Times

Government plans to adopt insolvency practices laid down in an international treaty will boost the Republic’s €19 billion-a-year aircraft leasing sect(...)

A second Irish Examiner poster, erected in Limerick after the first was torn down. Picture: Mike Cowhey

There have protests in Limerick and Kerry over a billboard advertising campaign promoting the Irish Examiner which has prompted more than 20 complaint(...)