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Dublin Lord Mayor Nial Ring (right) with Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy and  Minister for Finance  Paschal Donohoe at at Sean Foster Place, North King Street, Dublin 7 for the sod turning ceremony on  a housing project. Photograph: Alan Betson

The unprepossessing north inner city pub, The Ref on Ballybough Road, is the unlikely registered office for a number of companies with which the Dubli(...)

 Work  at the national children’s hospital  site at St James’s Hospital, Dublin. While its  cash cost  is heading for €2bn, a hidden cost is the effect on the economy’s output of raising the revenue to pay for it. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

EU structural funds have played a key role in facilitating investment in Ireland’s modern physical infrastructure and human capital. Over the 1990s th(...)

‘It’s easy to do autonomous cars in California or Arizona, where the roads are big, the lane markings are clear, and you have great weather,’ says Cormican

Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) and Valeo, the French vehicle technology supplier, are building up a major hub in the west of Ireland for autonomous vehicle r(...)

An elderly women this week walks past a house damaged by Cyclone Kenneth when it struck Ibo island, north of Pemba city,  in Mozambique. Photograph: Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP

The World Bank has increased emergency support for the three southern African countries affected by a devastating cyclone that killed hundreds in Marc(...)

Prof Helen Whelton believes Ireland’s hospitals need to be scaled up. File photograph: Alan Betson

Prof Helen Whelton believes in the power of research to improve people’s lives and boost the economy. So much so, in fact, that she argues research in(...)

With offices in across the US in locations including New York, Washington DC and Texas, in addition to an international presence in Spain, Ireland, China and India, Knot Worldwide has wedding websites, planning tools and registry services amongst other services.   Photograph: iStock

A global wedding planning company will establish an operations centre in Galway, creating around 100 jobs over the coming years. The Knot Worldwide,(...)

Racegoers at Punchestown: the racing festival is expected to deliver a €64 million boost to the local economy. Photograph: Eric Luke

Independent News & Media has hired American investment bank Lazard to advise it on a potential sale for the company, which has attracted the inter(...)

The advert, which ran in the Times Ireland this week, is an almost exact replica of an image used in a letter sent by property developer Johnny Ronan to the Minister for Housing

Anonymous newspaper advertisements calling for an increase in building height limits for Dublin were paid for by a company linked to property develope(...)

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Andreas Carney technology partner, Pinsent Masons Ireland explains how Ireland could be made a global hub for blockchain: Ireland has over many years(...)

A lot has changed in five years, but a recent survey from consulting firm Amárach found that 75 per cent of the general public wouldn’t want to work in the blockchain sector – primarily because they don’t know what it is

In 2014, a school student wouldn’t have considered a career in the blockchain sector. And not just because they wouldn’t have known what it was, but a(...)

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