IEDR said new registrations for the first four months of this year were up 50 per cent on the same period a year earlier

The company responsible for managing Ireland’s country domain name moved into the black last year as turnover rose on the back of a record number of n(...)

The IE Domain Registry has commenced a public consultation on its policy requiring  applicants for a website domain to prove they have a valid claim to the name.

Ireland is considering loosening rules that oblige applicants for a website domain to prove they have a valid claim to the name. Currently, to regist(...)

More than half of the newly registered domains were filed by small and medium sized businesses

The number of .ie domains registered in the first half of the year is up 11 per cent versus the same period in 2016 and the best performance since 201(...)

IEDR chief executive David Curtin said 2016 was “one of the best years” for the .ie domain in the last five years

There were 34,615 new “.ie” web domains registered in Ireland last year, representing the second highest year for new registrations since 2011. There(...)

Ireland is being hamstrung by an inadequate high-speed broadband infrastructure, said IE Domain Registry chief executive David Curtin. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

The number of .ie domains registered in the first half of the year rose 6 per cent, the body responsible for overseeing Ireland’s domain name said. (...)