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AIB has turned its focus more recently to shifting owner-occupier loans off its books. File photograph: The Irish Times

AIB is in the market looking to sell up to €500 million of problem loans, mainly comprising mortgages. The so-called Project Bay portfolio includes (...)

Nigel Dunne, chief executive of Standard Life International, with then-chief executive David Nish in 2011. Photograph: Marc O’Sullivan

Irish Life’s Canadian parent, Great-West Lifeco, is one of two bidders vying to take over Dublin-based Standard Life International and Ark Life, accor(...)

David Hall, who runs iCare Housing, says the  decision to allow investment firm Home for Life into the process has “all but ended the scheme as we know it”. Photograph: Collins Courts

The State’s mortgage-to-rent scheme has been “irrevocably undermined” by the entry of a commercial player, which is outbidding the not-for-profit agen(...)

Multiple wells can be connected to a single base station as far as 15km away.

An innovation partnership facilitated by the Enterprise Ireland Wisar Technology Gateway has resulted in the development of a water well pump monitori(...)

A London-based life assurance group has entered a deal to buy its second Irish business from Generali in eight months.  File photograph: Benoit Tessier/Reuters

A London-based life assurance group backed by US private equity group Oaktree Capital has entered a deal to buy its second Irish business from Italian(...)

Fianna Fáil TD Billy Kelleher, Senator Ned O’Sullivan,  Senator Catherine Noone,  Jonathan O’Brien and Jan O’Sullivan. Photograph: Maxwell

Members of the Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment have said the Government’s proposed legislation to permit abortion up to 12 weeks without (...)

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There is no law to stop either side in the abortion referendum seeking donations from minors, the Standard in Public Office Commission (Sipo) has stat(...)

William Prior, the Phoenix Project. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

All court actions targeting people’s homes should be immediately adjourned pending the implementation of a revamped mortgage-to-rent (MTR) scheme by t(...)

 Bobbie Farsides, professor of clinical and biomedical ethics, Brighton and Sussex Medical School, and Helen Watt, senior research fellow, Anscombe Bioethics Centre, Oxford, at the  Citizens’ Assembly. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

There are worse places than the Grand Hotel in Malahide to debate the most protracted and incendiary issue in Irish public life. This Georgian-era hot(...)

Prof Veronica O’Keane of Doctors for Choice and Dr John Monaghan  and Dr Orla Halpenny of Doctors for Life  at the Citizens’ Assembly session in Dublin on Sunday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Members of the Citizens’ Assembly will be balloted next month on recommendations that they will give to the Government on the future of the constituti(...)

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