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Central Bank deputy governor Sharon Donnery said the risks arising from Brexit, especially a ‘hard’ or disruptive Brexit, were “far-reaching” for Ireland. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Central Bank has hinted that it may revise its housing supply forecasts for this year and next, on foot of new figures from the Central Statistics(...)

In the first quarter of 2018,  3,500 homes were completed, up 26 per cent on the same period last year. Photograph: Chris Ratcliffe/Bloomberg

The Government has overstated the number of new homes built in the State for several years by nearly 60 per cent, new figures have revealed. The CSO’(...)

Waves crash over the lifeguard hut at Silver Strand in Galway during Storm Hector. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Some 5,000 homes, farms and businesses are still without power this evening following Storm Hector. The storm made landfall in the early hours of Thu(...)

 Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has defended the use of private investigators to ‘spy’ on medical consultants in response to a pay claim case being taken in the High Court. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times.

The Taoiseach has defended the use of private investigators to “spy” on medical consultants in response to a pay claim case being taken in the High Co(...)

The overhang of so-called ghost estates from the boom has muddied the picture, with many units built previously coming back into stock, effectively exaggerating the true level of supply.   Photograph: Eric Luke

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) has developed a new measure of housebuilding activity on foot of the controversy surrounding the Government’s figu(...)

A number of sheep  in Co Donegal were killed by lightning on Friday. Photograph: Stephen Maguire

Most of the 5,000 homes and businesses that lost power during lightning and thunderstorms overnight had their power restored by lunchtime, according t(...)

Sky new fibre broadband product will allow for broadband speeds of up to one gigabit per second. Photograph: David Jones/PA Wire

Sky has signalled a major assault on Ireland’s increasingly competitive broadband market with the introduction of a new superfast fibre product, which(...)

The goats generated international headlines with one UK paper reporting that the goats were terrorising the town. Photograph: Getty

A 61-year old farmer from the Cooley Peninsula in Co Louth has come to the rescue of the herd of wild goats that have been roaming free and upsetting (...)

Pigeon House site: Dublin City Council is “particularly interested in receiving proposals from those involved in creative, technological and green industries”.

The old Pigeon House power station and hotel on the Poolbeg peninsula are to be redeveloped as a creative and cultural “precinct” under new plans from(...)

Terence Morgan  pictured leaving the Four Courts on Thursday after being awarded €110,000 damages following a High Court action. Photograph: Collins Courts.

An ESB employee who slipped and fell on stairs as he was collecting post has been awarded €110,000 damages by the High Court. Ms Justice Bronagh O’H(...)

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