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Parental leave Irish workers could gain the right to four months of paid parental leave for the first time under a proposal from Brussels that aims t(...)

Toni Russell with her son Cullen (4) at their apartment in south Dublin, where  Ms Russell’s other son Kane (8) also lives. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

After 18 months in emergency homeless accommodation, Toni Russell (28) and her two children have just been placed in temporary housing in south Dublin(...)

 Simon Coveney  during the launch of a new  Housing Land Map at the Customs House, Dublin. The online portal will provide details of residentially-zoned lands; local authority-owned and land aggregation scheme sites; publicly-owned sites; and active private housing construction sites in the Dublin region. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Minister for Housing Simon Coveney, who is facing calls to double property tax bills on houses left vacant for more than two years, has confirmed that(...)

Census figures  reveal  total housing stock grew by just 8,800 (0.4 per cent) in the five years from 2011..

Tax incentives or grants to allow for the refurbishment of vacant properties could be extended to include towns as well as major cities as part of eff(...)

Irish residents must pay tax here on their worldwide income, including that from Britain and the North. Photograph: Rui Vieira/PA Wire

Monday Results: Netflix Indicators: US NAHB housing market index (Apr) Netflix has 93.8 million members Late last year Netflix promised us the(...)

We may not be back in a credit bubble but the economy seems – to borrow a phrase from Bertie Ahern  – to be getting boomier

Talk of the economic recovery being a “Phoenix miracle” has made it to Dundrum Town Centre, but even in the country’s biggest shopping centre the view(...)

Sr Margaret Casey of the Sisters of Mercy: five properties owned by the Sisters of Mercy are yet to be fully transferred to the State. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Properties yet to be fully transferred to the State under the 2002 indemnity agreement with religious congregations include five owned by the Sisters(...)

Marino: The Dublin suburb was originally  built by the State under its “Million Pound Scheme”.

Extensive levels of Government subsidy would be needed for Irish home ownership rates to return to late 20th-century levels, a Housing Agency conferen(...)

The chief executive of the Government’s Housing Agency, John O’Connor,  said some of the 198,000 homes listed by the CSO as vacant could be between tenancies or under renovation. File photograph: iStockPhoto

Owners of empty commercial buildings will be able to convert their properties into apartments without seeking planning permission under new regulation(...)

Private finance houses will be able to bulk-buy the mortgages of struggling families and lease the properties back to the State, under a new plan to b(...)

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