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Barryroe is about 50km off the south coast of Ireland.

Oil and gas explorer Providence Resources said on Monday that it has completed the Barryroe site survey, about 50 km off the south coast of Ireland, a(...)

From left are  Barbara Byrne, Hazel Gleeson, Mai Barrett and Joanne Tyrrell at Marrsfield Avenue apartments in Dublin. Photograph: Donall Farmer/The Irish Times

Apartment owners at a Celtic Tiger-era development in Dublin 13 are facing a bill of €826,000 to remedy serious fire-safety issues found at the block.(...)

Yew Grove Reit said it will focus on properties in Dublin city and as far as a 30-minute commute of the M50 motorway, other major regional towns and cities, and IDA business and technology parks. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A new Irish real-estate investment trust (reit) that is set to float in the coming weeks has departed from a well-worn path of peers in the past five (...)

Glenveagh has set itself a target of building 1,000 new homes a year by 2020. Photograph: iStock

Singaporean sovereign wealth fund GIC has emerged as a major shareholder in Irish housebuilder Glenveagh Properties, which jumped more than 14 per cen(...)

Aidan Heavey of Tullow Oil says a project in Ghana  will help the group start to generate free cash flow.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Aidan Heavey, whose Tullow Oil has been a plaything of hedge funds placing wagers against the stock this year, appears set to end 2016 with the last l(...)

Providence Resources chief executive Tony O’Reilly jnr: “This is a very positive result for Providence.” Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Providence Resources, the oil exploration company led by Tony O’Reilly jnr, says it has successfully defended a claim over legal costs by offshore dri(...)

The impending arrival of Jose Mourinho at Manchester Utd saw stock rise in New York trading on Monday.  Photograph: PA

Shares in Manchester United rose in New York on Monday after media reports the club was set to replace its manager with former Chelsea boss Jose Mouri(...)

Diageo will reportedly this week reaffirm its commitment to Guinness.

Almost 30,000 landlords, according to the Sunday Business Post, are being pursued by the rental standards watchdog for failing to register their tena(...)