Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary is lobbying the Government on tax. Photograph: PA Wire

Ryanair is lobbying for a change in Irish tax laws to help it in tackling its industrial relations woes, reports Barry O’Halloran this morning. The sh(...)

Dublin City Council says it has been unable to hand over keys to families because their  houses are not connected to essential services. Photograph: Getty images

Almost 100 newly completed “rapid-build” houses for homeless families are lying empty because of delays in the securing utility connections, Dublin Ci(...)

The row is over a gas pipe that runs through a Coillte forest in Tipperary. The dispute arose over whether  the GNI pipeline was damaged by works carried out by a Coillte contractor.

A legal dispute has arisen between semi -State companies Gas Networks Ireland and Coillte, which highlights the inherent madness of taxpayer-owned com(...)

The electricity and gas supply market generated 83 per cent of all the complaints which required a full investigation by the Commission for Energy Regulation in 2016. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

A domestic gas customer being incorrectly charged €2,500 by their provider as a result of a faulty meter was one of the cases investigated by the ener(...)

Move comes only weeks after Gas Networks sold €625m of bonds to help raise funds for the repayment. Photograph: Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

Ervia’s Gas Networks Ireland unit has decided to exercise an option to redeem €500 million of bonds ahead of their scheduled repayment date in April.(...)

Gas Networks Ireland is due to redeem €500m of bonds, which carry a coupon of almost 3.63%, in April.

Ervia’s Gas Networks Ireland unit sold €625 million of bonds on Monday as it lines up its finances ahead of a major debt repayment in April. The comp(...)