Despite the falling number of registered tenancies  the number of disputes between landlords and tenants reported to the Residential Tenancies Board  increased by almost 10% cent last year

The number of houses for rent fell by almost 2 per cent or just under 6,000 to 307,348 in 2018, according to new figures from the Residential Tenancie(...)

Take Back the City members occupy a tribunal room at the RTB’s premises on D’Olier Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Housing activists occupied a tribunal room during a protest at the Residential Tenancies Board (RTB) headquarters in Dublin on Wednesday morning. Th(...)

Pope John Paul II’s visit to Galway in  1979. That experience confirmed your isolation from the church and propelled you towards a life resisting the establishment.

Greetings, older columnists. The Holy Father will be here sooner than you think. There are only two months to go before editors demand nostalgic piece(...)

Average Irish wholesale gas prices increased by 15 per cent on January.

Freezing temperatures pushed gas demand figures far above the seasonal norms at the end of February, according to a monthly energy report from Vayu. (...)

The average wholesale price of electricity in the Irish market in January declined by more than 11 per cent compared with the same month a year earlier

Irish wholesale gas prices are 14 per cent lower on average in January than in December as mild weather at the start of the year curtailed demand and (...)

 Caoimhe Harvey celebrates Clare’s  win over Tipperary  in the TG4 Ladies Intermediate All-Ireland Football Championship semi-final at the  Gaelic Grounds in  Limerick. Photograph:  Tommy Dickson/Inpho

Clare 3-14 Tipperary 2-16 Clare will progress to meet Kildare in this year’s Ladies All-Ireland Intermediate football final following a dramatic win (...)

Catríona (33), a teacher from Kilmacow, Co Kilkenny, met tax manager Kunal (34), from Hertfordshire at a mutual friend’s 30th birthday in London in(...)

The first national index showing the rental rates being paid has shown that private rents across the State have increased by 2 per cent in the past year while Dublin apartment prices fell 3.9 per cent in the first quarter of 2013. Image: Irish Times Studio.

The first national index showing the rental rates being paid has shown that apartment rents in Dublin fell by 3.9 per cent in the first quarter(...)