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Peter Feeney will replace retiring Press Ombudsman John Horgan in September. Photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

Peter Feeney has been appointed the new Press Ombudsman and will replace Prof John Horgan when he retires in September.Mr Feeney has been a member of (...)

The loot collected by children making their First Communion has now surpassed the highs of the boom times, and they stand to make almost €600 each (...)

Average rent in Dublin increased at 10 times the rate of other parts of the country over the past 12 months. Photograph: Frank Miller

The cost of renting a home in Dublin increased at 10 times the rate of other parts of the Republic over the last 12 months, and capital rents are now(...)

Aldi and Lidl have reported strong growth in the latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Worldpanel. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The rise of the discounters continues unabated with both Aldi and Lidl reporting strong growth in the latest supermarket share figures from Kantar Wor(...)

Last year, Edward Snowden lifted the lid on the expansive internet data monitoring system put in place by America’s National Security Agency. Photograph: The Guardian/Reuters

The notion that states across Europe and beyond are quietly tapping into millions of emails and phone calls across multiple platforms obviously cause(...)

NCA chief executive Karen O’Leary said standard-form consumer contracts were common across areas such as utilities, travel and leisure. Photograph: Eric Luke

The National Consumer Agency has published guidelines aimed at helping businesses to comply with legislation on unfair terms in consumer contracts and(...)

KBC Bank has denied it has reached an agreement with the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation which would see insolvent borrowers discharged of their debts within three months.  Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

KBC Bank has denied it has reached an agreement with the Irish Mortgage Holders’ Organisation (IMHO) which would see insolvent borrowers discharged of(...)

Getting ready for take-off in today’s  Flora Women’s Mini Marathon in Dublin.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

It’s not often Irish people express relief that the sun didn’t appear - but it was music to the ears of the 40,000 women undertaking the Flora Women’s(...)

A terminally ill woman and her husband, in mortgage distress, have accused Ulster Bank of “intimidating and harassing” them by refusing to allow the sale of their home

A terminally ill woman and her husband, in mortgage distress, have accused Ulster Bank of “intimidating and harassing” them by refusing to allow the s(...)

The  Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government Phil Hogan  and Irish Water have refused to comment on how much individual units of water will cost once the new billing regime comes into place in October.

The cost of water in homes where more than one adult child still lives with their parents will be at least €350 a year, based on figures provided by M(...)

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