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An Post: the move will significantly shake up the Irish mortgage market. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

An Post is to enter the Irish mortgage market next year with interest rates which are substantially lower than those currently available. The move wa(...)

Of the 2,000 people polled, 60 per cent said it was harder to find a suitable home than it was this time last year with 58 per cent accepting they would have to compromise about the type of home they bought. Photograph: Alan Betson

Most people who are currently in the market for a home say they have been forced to make major compromises about the type, size and location of the ho(...)

Study based on analysis of the Property Price Register reveals sales volumes in Dublin were more than twice the national average, with the value of sales in the capital up by 26 per cent. Photograph: File picture from Getty Images

Almost 5 per cent of the homes which changed hands in Dublin in the first six months of 2018 sold for more than €1 million with the total values of sa(...)

The research commissioned by the Health Insurance Authority  provides a benchmarking comparison of the Irish healthcare system against those in Australia, Belgium, Germany and the UK. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish patients are still paying the price for swingeing health cuts rolled out in the late 1980s, according to the author of a comparative study of he(...)

Barney Cully of Cully’s Craft Bakery, Ava, Co Cavan as he gets ready for National Bread Week, which starts on Monday.

The reason bread disappeared from supermarket shelves across the State ahead of the arrival of the Beast from the East earlier this year was because I(...)

Only 40% of millennials believe they will be financially better off than their parents, while only 31% think they will be happier. Photograph: iStock

Irish millennials are increasingly glum about their emotional and financial prospects, with most telling researchers they do not think they will ever (...)

The most common virus detected on  security trays was the rhinovirus which causes the common cold. Photograph: i Stock

The plastic security trays handled by virtually everyone who makes their way through an airport play host to the greatest number of viruses, according(...)

A basket of leading consumer food brands in Ireland.

Sugary treats occupy more than half of the top 10 positions in the latest edition of Checkout Magazine’s Top 100 Brands, published this morning. For(...)

Oxmantown Road: Over the years, the character of the neighbourhood has changed distinctly

There are two ways to look at housing, even during a crisis. The first is as an entirely material investment, the biggest one you’re likely to make, i(...)

 Irish Rail is to reduce the number of trains stopping at the  town’s station from 12 to 9 between 6.00am and 9.30am on weekdays. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The number of trains from Portmarnock into Dublin city centre during the early morning rush hour will be reduced from later this week prompting anger (...)

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