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Green Party TD Neasa Hourigan said she could not vote against the Sinn Féin motion due to her concerns over the NMH project in its current format. Photograph: Laura Hutton

The Government may lose a Green Party TD tonight and it is Mattie McGrath’s band of Rural Independents that could be directly to blame. Sinn Féin has(...)

The National Lottery operator – Irish Premier Lotteries Ireland DAC (PLI) – was awarded a 20-year licence by the Government in November 2014. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Over €17 million in unclaimed prizes was last year transferred to the operator of the National Lottery, Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI). The €17.054 (...)

Olga Cronin, the ICCL’s tech and human rights officer, said that it was ‘really worrying and really troubling’ that An Post was using delivery staff to capture data on people’s homes. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A civil liberties group has raised further concerns with the State’s data privacy watchdog, complaining about An Post’s use of delivery staff to colle(...)

Taoiseach Micheal Martin briefed TDs and Senators on the aftermath of the Assembly elections in the North and efforts to get a new Stormont Executive up and running. Photograph: Alan Betson

Taoiseach Micheál Martin has criticised what he called the “false narrative” from the British Government which claims that the European Union is being(...)

Developers Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan’s Oakmount company plans to build a 155-bedroom hotel

Developers Paddy McKillen jnr and Matt Ryan’s Oakmount company plans to build a 155-bedroom hotel and leisure complex on a historic site in Birmingham(...)

Niamh Boyle, managing director of The Reputations Agency, and Debbie Byrne, managing director of retail for An Post, ahead of the launch of the RepTrak 2022 study. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

An Post has taken the top spot in a ranking of the most reputable companies and organisations in Ireland, after the State-owned postal services provid(...)

An Post subsidiary GeoDirectory is facing a complaint from the Irish Council for Civil Liberties over what the organisation says is the sale of “incredibly personal” information to organisations such as Experian and Aviva.

An Post subsidiary GeoDirectory is facing a complaint from the Irish Council for Civil Liberties over what the organisation says is the sale of “incre(...)

The current BER of your home and what measures will be required to bring it up to a BER of B2 is also included in the assessment. Photograph: iStock

With energy prices on the rise and government grants covering about half of the cost of retrofitting your home, there has arguably never been a better(...)

Ulster Bank will start writing in the coming weeks to customers to give them six months to move their banking elsewhere – after its UK parent decided early last year that it was withdrawing from the Republic. Photograph:  Sasko Lazarov/Rollingnews.ie

James McCann, a native of Cabra West in north Dublin and customer of two decades at Ulster Bank’s branch in nearby Phibsborough, has known for over a (...)

The Exo is located next to the 3 Arena and Gibson Hotel at Point Square in the Dublin docklands

Take-up in the Dublin office market recovered strongly in the first quarter after grinding to a halt last year, but still remains about 24 per cent be(...)

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