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 The car park on Dublin’s Schoolhouse Lane has several floors closed off as demand is low. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

The suggestion by the State’s chief medical officer Dr Tony Holohan that car parks are full have been rejected by one of the country’s biggest operato(...)

Dublin-listed Ires currently owns 3,683 apartments and houses for private rental in Dublin and Cork

The State’s largest landlord Ires Reit has disposed of a portfolio consisting of 151 apartments in Dublin for €48 million. Ires said the price achiev(...)

The developments will include among other amenities, homes, schools and medical and social services, according to Cork City Council. File photograph: The Irish Times

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has hailed the establishment of a new office to oversee the development of the Cork docklands. Mr Martin said the move is a (...)

The Revenue Commissioners have asked the High Court to reverse a decision that an international financial securities trading group in Dublin’s IFSC wa(...)

Violence flares as anti-lockdown protesters clash with gardaí on Grafton Street in Dublin. Photograph: Damien Storan

Nine people have been arrested following clashes between gardaí and anti-lockdown protesters in Dublin on Thursday afternoon have been charged with pu(...)

The new, cheaper Apple Watch SE was unveiled during an Apple event in California on Tuesday.

The bill to the exchequer from Covid-19 could hit €50 billion by the end of 2022, the employers’ group Ibec has warned in its pre-budget submission. E(...)

No 1 Harbourmaster Place occupies a high-profile position overlooking George’s Dock basin in the IFSC

The combination of the sheer weight of capital raised for real estate investment and the relative dearth of prime opportunities to have emerged since (...)

An aerial view of the George’s Quay office campus in Dublin city centre.

Henderson Park Capital is understood to be seeking in excess of €400 million from the sale of a further three prime Dublin offices it acquired as part(...)

 A depiction of conditions on a slave ship

The entrance to Trinity College Dublin through the College Green front gate is one of Dublin’s best-known images. Few know it was built with money in (...)

Governor of the Central Bank Gabriel Makhlouf: has set a priority since taking charge last September on the whole area of Ireland’s non-bank financing sector, or what’s known as shadow banking. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Central Bank governor Gabriel Makhlouf warned on Thursday of risks to Irish-domiciled funds invested in corporate bonds as companies globally face cre(...)

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