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Artist impression of the planned new shopping, entertainment and residential zone called the Northern Quarter. File photograph: Q4PR/PA Wire

WILL THE PROFOUND CHANGES IN RETAIL, TOURISM AND WORK CAUSED BY THE PANDEMIC ALLOW US TO CREATE A BETTER CITY FOR EVERYONE TO LIVE AND WORK IN? (...)

Wind energy met 25%  of energy demand in April, down from 44%  in March. Photograph: iStock

Wholesale prices for energy plunged to their lowest on record last month as demand for oil collapsed, according to the latest Bord Gáis Energy index. (...)

 Gas Networks Ireland says  gas  provides up to 70%   of electricity on days when wind speeds are  too low to generate power

Bord Gáis Energy managing director Catherine O’Kelly says the company will not disconnect customers during the Covid-19 crisis, while it is working w(...)

Airtricity says it will cut the price at which it sold natural gas to homes by 11.5% and reduce household electricity charges by 2.7%. Photograph: iStock

Electricity and gas supplier SSE Airtricity is cutting charges by more than €8 a month from May. The company confirmed on Wednesday that it would cut(...)

Bord Gáis’s move is the second price drop it has passed on to customers in six months. Photograph: iStock

Bord Gáis Energy is cutting gas and electricity prices for households by almost €7 a month in some cases. Bord Gáis announced the cuts a week after r(...)

ESB subsidiary Electric Ireland will cut energy prices from April 1st, reducing customers’ bills by an estimated €1.80-€8.30 a month.

ESB subsidiary Electric Ireland will cut prices by an estimated €1.80-€8.30 a month in a move likely to spark other energy suppliers to follow. Elect(...)

Butlers Townhouse has a prime location at the junction of Lansdowne Road and Shelbourne Road in Dublin 4. Photograph: Gareth Byrne Photography

Offers in excess of €4 million are being invited by agent CBRE for the landmark Butlers Townhouse in Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Located at the junction o(...)

Businessman Harry Crosbie, who has placed the family haulage business into voluntary liquidation. Photograph Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Businessman Harry Crosbie has decided to close the family business after four generations in haulage, following a long-running dispute with Dublin Por(...)

Tired of your home and longing to move? These ideas could help you love it all over again 1. Convert your attic Pressed for space but stuck for (...)

Natural gas prices were down 40 per cent in 2019.

Energy suppliers have no immediate plans to cut household charges despite falls in wholesale electricity and natural gas prices. The Bord Gáis month(...)

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