An artist’s impression of the offices at the Blackrock Village Centre at Blackrock in south Dublin

Companies seeking a high-profile, yet cost-efficient headquarter location in the capital will be interested in a long-term leasing opportunity at the (...)

The number of parents who have taken out loans to cover the cost of primary school education is 17% compared to 9% last year, according to a Zurich Life Assurance survey. Photograph: PA Wire

Parents sending children to non fee-paying secondary schools will spend more than €1,200 this year, while primary school-going children will cost thei(...)

Class of primary school kids studying in a classroom

Parents are building up debt to cover the cost of sending their children to school a survey published today has found. The survey found that more th(...)

Under the scheme, certain customers taking out a life insurance policy will receive a free Garmin Vivosmart HR device (above)

Life insurance customers are to be rewarded with cash back on their premiums for meeting certain health goals under an initiative that involves “weara(...)

Following a complaint, Zurich said it would discontinue the surveillance.  File image:  Adrian Moser/Bloomberg News

A retired secondary school teacher who was followed by private detectives acting for Zurich Life Assurance has settled her High Court action over the (...)

Last week Ms Daly brought High Court proceedings against the insurer claiming she and her children were “spied on” and placed under surveillance by a private investigator because she sued Zurich.

An insurance company stopped payments to a retired secondary school teacher with chronic fatigue syndrome, because she refused a test it had requested(...)

 Zurich  ceased paying the ex-teacher benefits in April of this year and said she must undergo a test called a “Functional Capacity Evaluation”, the court heard. Photographer: Adrian Moser/Bloomberg

A former secondary school teacher and her children were “spied on” after she brought a legal action against insurance company Zurich Life Assurance, t(...)

Surrendering a woman accused of a minor theft to Latvia would be disproportionate Minister for Justice vs OC IEHC 161 (High Court, Edwards J, February(...)

Florence Crowley claimed under a policy for serious illness cover taken out with Zurich in 2002. Zurich said  in order to be paid for coronary catheter treatment, his surgery had to involve a procedure to correct at least 50 per cent diameter narrowing of two coronary arteries. Because he underwent surgery to correct narrowing of one artery only, he was not entitled to serious illness benefit, it said. File photograph: Getty Images

A High Court judge has issued a “heartfelt plea” to an insurance company to reconsider the plight of a man who was refused payment under his serious i(...)

The conference heard how online is the first place that young people turn to for support

The total level of domestic business in the Irish life and industrial insurance sector dropped in 2011 by almost €500 million, according to the Centra(...)

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