A total of 53 per cent said they would like to work remotely several times a week.

More than 95 per cent of working people in Ireland want to continue with some form of remote employment once the coronavirus pandemic ends, a new surv(...)

Ballaghaderreen in Co Roscommon  is among the rural towns seeing a return of young people and fresh ideas as a result of the pandemic and(...)

An artists’ impression of Johnny Ronan’s AquaVetro Tower on Tara Street.

When lockdown was imposed and workers were forced to desert office buildings en masse, it was a novelty. Hundreds of thousands of employees across the(...)

“The findings of our survey indicate that employee preferences to continue working remotely will facilitate the opening up. Photograph: iStock

The vast majority of people expect to be back in the office by September, a survey from law firm Mason Hayes & Curran found, with just 1 per cent (...)

Image of the proposed Augustine Hill development in Galway. Image: Edward Group

The skyline of Galway City will be altered significantly if plans lodged for an eight-acre site adjacent to Ceannt railway station just off Eyre Squar(...)

Water charges were ‘the last straw’ for some people after several austerity budgets, UCD report notes.

The Government’s framing of water charges as an economic issue contributed to the failure of the charging regime, according to a new report by UCD aca(...)

An Irish Water meter being installed.  “A sense of trying to achieve too much too soon is suggested by  by the approach to the overall water sector reform programme,” said Mr O’Leary.

Government policy on property tax succeeded where water charges failed because a “too much, too soon” approach was taken to the latter, economist Jim (...)

Paschal Donohoe at Government Buildings prior to his Budget 2018 speech. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has announced increased spending of €1.2 billion in Budget 2018 which will fund developments in the housing and h(...)

Photograph: iStockphoto/Getty Images

The British general election result has done little to assuage Irish fears for industry here post-Brexit but with a booming Stem (science, technology,(...)

Niall Greene of Salmon Watch Ireland: there is general consensus that the impact of those factors over which man has some direct influence should be addressed with “some urgency”. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy.

Ten years after Ireland banned driftnetting for salmon at sea, the controversial measure has proved to be a failure. The Atlantic wild salmon is in a(...)

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