Run by brothers Kieran, Fehan and Barry Flood since it opened in 1987, Churchtown Stores is to close its doors at the end of January. Video: Taller Stories
House prices nationwide have risen by an average of almost 50 per cent since their lowest point five years ago and are expected to increase again in 2018, according to a MyHome.ie report.
Sinead McSweeney, Twitter's vice-president of public policy and communication EMEA, says that the company's system for verifying accounts "was broken from top to bottom" during a UK parliamentary hearing. Video: Parliament TV
Facebook’s Messenger Kids app aims to offer children under 13 a safe chat and video calling service with full parental control.
Toyota was one of 18 multinationals that came together at the latest UN climate talks in Bonn to launch a strategy for adopting hydrogen as a fuel for the “world energy transition”. Video: Toyota
Eight hour windows, 100,000 tonnes of asphalt and 1,700 LED lights - take a look at the numbers behind the upgrading of Dublin Airport's main runway. Video: Dublin Airport
Elon Musk unveiled Tesla’s first electric semi-truck on 16th November along with the 1000km range Tesla sports car, the Roadster. Video: Tesla
A scheme described as “the most advanced” CCTV system of its kind in Ireland went live in the Co Meath village of Duleek in July. Its 14 cameras monitor Duleek and neighbouring Donore, which have a combined population of just over 5,000.
A team of engineers from Trinity College Dublin has developed 'Stevie' the robot, a prototype designed to work in assisted care facilities to help the elderly and people living with disability.
Paradise papers reveal that CAB has sought material from AIB in the Isle of Man pertaining to a transaction referenced in the Moriarty Tribunal concerning Denis O’Brien and Michael Lowry. Video: Enda O'Dowd
The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), use the example of fictional fast food chain, Snax Haven, in explaining how off shore tax avoidance systems work. Video: ICIJ
Colm Keena reports on how members of the "Mrs Brown's Boys" cast utilised a tax avoidance scheme, as revealed by the Paradise Papers. Video: Enda O'Dowd
AIB have declined to comment on claims in the Paradise Papers that they marketed products to help wealthy customers avoid tax. Video: Enda O'Dowd
Investments by Irish musician Bono, made under his real name Paul Hewson, in a Lithuanian shopping centre and a German office building - by way of a Maltese company - have been revealed in documents shared with The Irish Times.
96 news organisations from around the world, including The Irish Times, investigate "The Paradise Papers" - 13.4 million documents on global money. Video: ICIJ
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