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Davy Stockbrokers, Davy House, Dawson Street, Dublin.

Davy is closing its bond desk, resulting in four redundancies, as the brokerage seeks to draw a line under the crisis triggered by a record Central Ba(...)

Prof Philip Nolan and  Dr Ronan Glynn of the National Public Health Emergency Team at a press briefing on Monday. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Public health officials have held out the prospect of a “vaccine bonus” in the near future, as disease incidence drops and vaccination coverage grows.(...)

Irish public borrowing has ramped up over the past year to cope with the cost of the Covid-19 pandemic. Photograph: iStock

Ireland is forecast to have the highest government debt per head of population in Europe this year, as the impact of Covid-19-related borrowings pushe(...)

President Michael D Higgins on Sunday signed into law the Health (Amendment) Act 2021 which will allow the State to require passengers arriving from 20 named countries with a high incidence of Covid-19 to quarantine for 14 days in a designated hotel. File photograph: iStock

Mandatory quarantine for passengers arriving in the State from several countries could be operational within a week following the signing of the requi(...)

DUP First Minister Arlene Foster reacted angrily to remarks by Fine Gael Minister for Foreign Affairs Simon Coveney.

The North’s First Minister accused the Minister for Foreign Affairs of “ignoring” unionists and called on him to reflect on his language as the politi(...)

The Oireachtas finance committee is to ask Davy for an explanation of the events that led to it being hit with the heavy fine. File photograph: The Irish Times

Davy bowed on Wednesday to Government pressure to issue a statement on its €4.1 million Central Bank fine for “reckless” actions in relation to a bond(...)

The New Decade, New Approach agreement was negotiated by then tánaiste Simon Coveney and then secretary of state for Northern Ireland Julian Smith in January 2020. Photograph: Getty

Irish language legislation agreed as part of the agreement which restored the Stormont Executive last year should be implemented “without further dela(...)

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe expects the National Treasury Management Agency will “monitor” fallout from a Central Bank investigation into Davy which resulted in a record €4.1 million fine. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Davy bowed on Wednesday to Government pressure to issue a statement on its €4.1 million Central Bank fine for “reckless” actions in relation to a bond(...)

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