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Occupancy levels on Grafton, Henry and Mary streets – Dublin  city’s main shopping thoroughfares – are currently 95 to 100 per cent. Photograph: David Sleator

Commercial investment in Irish retail fell off something of a cliff in 2017, with the value of transactions for the first nine months of year down nea(...)

The largest commercial property transaction of the year in the State was the forward funding by Irish Life of the €126.3 million construction of a new headquarters for Grant Thornton at City Quay in Dublin.

The commercial property market is thriving again. After almost a decade of dealing with distressed debts, excessive borrowing and a defective banking (...)

Dublin Landings: a computer-generated image of one of the most important regeneration projects ever undertaken in Dublin. The agreed sale of Dublin Landings is proof of the depth of investor demand for the right product

German institutional investor Triuva is closing in on a deal to buy the first of five office buildings being developed in the Dublin docklands by Iris(...)

  Frenchwoman Marie-Simone Capony who reached the age of  113: many scientists believe the prospect of people reaching 120 in good health is becoming more likely. Photograph:  Pascal Guyot/AFP/Getty

Scientists are increasingly approaching ageing as a disease that can be understood and treated so that we can live far longer, and healthier, lives in(...)

Shane Culloty: “You start reading about Marian statues and everything is awful. You end up looking at the Ann Lovett case and it’s just horrifying”

“I don’t know if there is a shorthand for north Kerry. If there is, I imagine it’s a wet beer mat and a John B Keane quote.” Shane Culloty is tucked (...)

Irish Life chief executive David Harney. Allianz agreed in February to pay €145 million for Irish Life’s 30.4 per cent stake in Allianz Irish Life Holdings. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Irish Life Group, the largest life insurance and pensions provider in the State, made an €85 million profit from the sale earlier this year of its min(...)

Friends First, which traces its roots in Ireland back to 1834, came under the total control of Achema, formerly known as Eureko, 15 years ago.

Dutch financial group Achmea is poised to extract €220 million from its move to sell Friends First, the Irish life assurance, pensions and investment (...)

Home-heating costs have seen the biggest jump, according to the AA’s cost-of-living survey.

When the cost of most everything from food, mortgage payments, utility bills, motoring, phones, a modest social life, insurance, school and childcare (...)

The Irish Life building on Abbey Street in Dublin: Company has more than 1.3 million customers and profits rose 17% in third quarter.

Irish Life reported a 17 per cent year-on-year increase in profits for the third quarter, contributing €42 million to its Canadian parent Great West L(...)

Of the 35.8%  who attend religious services regularly in Ireland, 29.9%  do so once a week, a further 4.1%  more than once a week, and 1.8%  attend every day. Photograph: Getty Images

Ireland has the one of the highest percentages in Europe of people who say they pray or attend a religious service on a regular basis. Though religi(...)

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