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Moneypoint will  be the location for the ESB’s first move into green hydrogen production. File photograph: Neil Warner

The ESB will today announce that Moneypoint power station is to become a major base for renewable energy tied into the building of a major offshore wi(...)

‘Are We There Yet?’ street art in the Grand Canal Basin area of Dublin: a phased reopening of the economy is expected to begin in May, but no dates have been set. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The Government has updated its figures on vaccine supply, promising a ramping up this month and next. But the reopening plan for the economy and busin(...)

A major row had erupted within Government over plans by the Department of Health to extend mandatory hotel quarantine to 43 additional countries, including the US, France and Germany. File photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Travellers coming from the United States and EU member states will not yet be subjected to mandatory hotel quarantine. The Department of Health has a(...)

Post-crisis idyll? Martina Lawless, research professor at the ESRI, believes savings will fuel ‘a strong boost in consumer spending’ once restrictions lift.

The latest figures show that Irish people have saved an additional €15 billion over the past year. That is about €9,400 per household, on average. Bu(...)

Helen Dixon, the Data Protection Commissioner, says draft decisions in up to seven investigations into Big Tech companies are close to being circulated with other EU regulators. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Agreement by the Judicial Council to new guidelines for personal injury awards is a vital step to lowering insurance costs to businesses, according to(...)

A vial of the Pfizer-Biontech vaccine against Covid-19. Photograph: Matthias Rietschel/Getty Images

The Government’s plan for reopening is based on vaccinations changing the picture in the months ahead. But the plan stops short of setting out even a (...)

The evidence is that while the impact of this lockdown may not be quite as severe in terms of numbers out of work in the key sectors as the first one, it may not be far off. Photograph: iStock

The return of Level 5 restrictions means a hit to the economy – and it will be more severe than when restrictions were tightened in the autumn. Lockdo(...)

Lorries leave the Stena Line terminal at Belfast Harbour on January 1st. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

The first week of post-Brexit life in Ireland has been a difficult, stressful time for traders, hauliers and State officials trying to navigate seas o(...)

If no trade deal was reached the two sides would have traded on what are called World Trade Organisation terms. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP

Tying up a trade deal between the European Union and United Kingdom boosts the prospects for the Irish economy next year, largely because it removes a(...)

Trucks at Dover. The port – through which many Irish exporters and importers move goods – has said it is closed to trucking and passengers “until further notice”. Photograph:  Gareth Fuller

Up to 250 Irish lorries stuck in England face returning home and dumping product after France banned road freight from Britain due to a new Covid-19 s(...)

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