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Controversial US pastor Steven L Anderson thanked Ireland for banning him because he was getting lots of extra listeners.  Photograph: STR/AFP/Getty Images

Pastor Steven Anderson, the first person banned from Ireland under the 1999 Immigration Act, believes its is the country’s loss that he will not be ab(...)

April’s total surveyed from the top floor of the newspaper’s offices on Tara Street in Dublin 2 is nearly four times the 31 cranes recorded on February 1st, 2016.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Irish Times Dublin crane count was down to 117 on April 1st from a record high of 123 in March. This is the first drop in the count for six month(...)

Home to 58 tenants and 12 owner-occupiers, the College Gate demolition will include the street-level Markievicz Sport and Fitness Centre but this will also be rebuilt elsewhere, the NTA said.

Tenants due to lose their apartments to the proposed MetroLink project in Dublin are to be offered a year’s free rent and a dedicated real estate agen(...)

Computer-generated image of what MetroLink arriving at Swords could look like

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he would be open to running the MetroLink rail line to UCD and Sandyford, following the decision to shelve the propose(...)

The US authorities expect citizens to file tax returns with details of their worldwide income, capital gains and any inheritances.

I’m looking for advice on what method of taxation would be better for us. My wife and I were married last year. She is American and I am Irish. We are(...)

Amiens Street was closed in both directions. Photograph: Declan Conlon

Amiens Street in Dublin has reopened after a truck hit a railway bridge on Friday afternoon. Road traffic has resumed in both directions and delays h(...)

As a general rule, you are not allowed do anything to artificially inflate a capital loss. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw

Back in 2006, when the exchange rate was about 68p to the euro, I purchased an apartment in Manchester with a sterling mortgage for £141,750. The 10 p(...)

March is the fifth consecutive month   the survey has recorded a new high. Photograph:  Cyril Byrne

The Irish Times Dublin crane count reached a record 123 in March – the fifth consecutive month when the survey recorded a new high. However, March’s(...)

If the house with the loss was your family home, you cannot offset the loss now or at any future time.

I bought a house in 2005 for €238,000 and am in the process of selling it for €215,000. I will not pay capital gains tax (CGT) as I am not making anyt(...)

 INMO’s Phil Ní Sheaghdha addressing Nurses and Midwives at Merrion Square during a City Centre protest. Photograph: Alan Betson

Nurses and midwives have expressed both relief and frustration following Monday night’s proposed agreement between the Government and nurses’ union av(...)

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