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Gulfstream: Denis O’Brien’s $60 million jet

This week, as part of the Paradise Papers investigation, it emerged that the Irish businessmen Denis O’Brien, Jerry Kennelly and Ray Nolan avoided pay(...)

File Photo Bank of Ireland said today thatÊcustomers will soon no longer be able to withdraw less than 700 euro or lodge less than 3,000 euro at the counter in some of its branches.ÊInstead, customers will have to use ATMs or electronic banking. 21/11/2008. Banks Crisis. The Bank of Ireland has reported that it has had 'unsolicited approaches' from a number of parties interested in investing in the bank. Photo: Mark Stedman/RollingNews.ie

The Central Bank has forced Bank of Ireland to include an additional 6,000 customers in its tracker mortgage compensation scheme. The extra customers (...)

  Jervis  Shopping Centre:  The six-floor, 33,445sq m (360,000sq ft) of retail space scheme was   the biggest building project in Dublin in the mid-1990s – it is now thought to be worth €400 million. Photograph: Alan Betson

We wouldn’t know it only for the Paradise Papers leak that this week whipped the towel from the global rich and their creative finances, but the Jervi(...)

U2 singer Bono. “Philanthropy coupled with large-scale tax avoidance is just ego-enhancing crumbs tossed selectively from the (very) wealthy table.” Photograph: Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images

The Paradise Papers – the vast tranche of leaked documents revealing the tax affairs of the wealthy and the corporate world – has exposed the complex (...)

AIB has been caught up in the controversy around offshore tax avoidance by wealthy customers following the leaking of the Paradise Papers. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

The relationship between AIB and the Appleby offshore law firm’s office in the Isle of Man is an extraordinarily intimate one. Not only do the leaked(...)

Gulfstream: Denis O’Brien’s G650 at Dublin Airport

Irish businessmen Denis O’Brien, Jerry Kennelly and Ray Nolan have all bought private aircraft using the Isle of Man which has one of the world’s larg(...)

Specialist crews from ENEDIS, the electric grid operator for much of France pictured leaving Midleton, east Cork, following their work helping ESB Networks. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

From Malin to Mizen and back – that’s how much conductor cable ESB Networks has replaced over the past seven days as repair crews worked around the cl(...)

Fishmonger Colm O’Riordan of Ballycotton Seafood, Midleton, east Cork places sandbags by his shop door ahead of Storm Brian. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Fears that Storm Brian might lead to flooding in Cork city and a number of county towns proved unfounded as high tide passed off in both the city and (...)

“On 24th August 2017 officers from the National Crime Agency arrested a 54-year-old man at Belfast International Airport in connection with its ongoing Nama investigation,” the agency said. File photograph: Getty Images

A third person has been arrested in connection with the British National Crime Agency’s investigation into the sale of Nama’s Northern Ireland portfol(...)

Modular homes being built for social housing in Ballymun, Dublin, in 2016. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The road to the hell of homelessness is being paved with an apparently decent intention. We have a terrible crisis of homelessness and the only soluti(...)

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