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Cairn Homes chief executive Michael Stanley: he described 2019 as a very strong year. Photograph Nick Bradshaw

Investment fund-backed landlords could spend €5 billion snapping up new homes in or close to the Republic’s cities, builder Cairn Homes says. Dublin-(...)

Chateau du Coudreceau, home to Éanna Hassett, a Kildare native who moved to France in 2018

Retiring to the sunshine is a popular daydream and one which has gained a lot of traction in recent years with the airing of the hugely popular Channe(...)

The new apartment scheme at Herbert Hill in Dundrum, Dublin, in 2019. The finished development was later sold as a job lot to German investor Realis and will be leased to the local authority for social housing. Photograph: James Forde

Only about 8,000 of the 21,000 new homes built in the Republic last year were offered for sale on the open market, according to the Construction Indus(...)

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The number of Irish people aged 25-29 living with their parents grew at one of the highest rates in Europe between 2007 and 2017, a new report has sho(...)

A planned Urbeo development in Citywest. The build-to-rent company is expecting to have a total portfolio of 1,900 units by March 2020. Photograph: Urbeo

Build-to-rent company Urbeo Residential said it has invested more than €400 million on nine deals in its first year in operation, which will deliver a(...)

Intel  is one of the Republic’s biggest electricity users, taking its power directly from the national grid. Photograph: Getty Images

Planners have given national electricity grid operator Eirgrid permission for a €40 million boost to the network serving tech giant Intel. The US ch(...)

Paul Wells Jnr maintained throughout his interviews that he did not try to hinder the investigation and was afraid his father would shoot him. Photograph: Collins Courts

A man who disposed of the chainsaw used to dismember the body of Kenneth O’Brien has been found guilty of impeding the prosecution of his father, who (...)

The patron bodies for 12 new primary schools will all be non-denominational or multidenominational in nature.

Multi-denominational patrons have been selected for 12 new commuter belt primary schools due to open in September in Dublin, Kildare, Wicklow, Meath a(...)

The Intel facility at Leixlip, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dave Meehan/ The Irish Times

National electricity grid operator Eirgrid plans to boost the network supplying power to high-tech manufacturer Intel in a project that could cost €30(...)

The Book Centre, Waterford. Photograph: Jennifer O'Connell

This wasn’t how it was supposed to be. The digital revolution was going to kill off physical books and bookshops altogether. It’s true that between r(...)

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