Eoghan Murphy

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The 32nd Dáil looks unlikely to last beyond May next year.

The demise of the 32nd Dáil, due to its minority government, has been anticipated since its opening days in spring 2016. TDs have been on election ten(...)

‘Within the past year, more than 2,000 homes and apartments have been found to be in breach of established fire safety and structural standards.’ File photograph: Getty Images

Within the past year, more than 2,000 homes and apartments have been found to be in breach of established fire safety and structural standards and are(...)

An artist’s impression of the nine-storey Salesforce building approved by Dublin City Council.

Developer Johnny Ronan will make a third bid to increase the height of Salesforce’s new European headquarters at Spencer Dock with the submission of a(...)

John Gormley outside his home in Oak Grove, Derrinturn, Co Kildare. Photograph: Enda O’Dowd

DEFECTS IN NEW BUILDINGS – ESPECIALLY COMMON DURING THE LAST BOOM – CAN LEAVE OWNERS IN HUGE DEBT, WITH LITTLE LEGAL RECOURSE. AND THEY DIDN’T STOP(...)

‘Child homelessness has now become normalised in Ireland, but it should be a source of immense shame,’ said Fr Peter McVerry. File image: istock

The number of homeless children across Ireland has risen by more than one hundred to 3,778, according to the latest Government figures. A total of 1(...)

Data editing errors blamed after 20 per cent rise in home starts reported as a 13 per cent decline. Photograph: Alan Betson

Stockbroking heavyweight Davy has entered the battle for control of rival Goodbody, the Sunday Times reports. Davy joins Irish Life and a Chinese bank(...)

Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy said in April all loans approved under the scheme ‘will be honoured’. Photograph: Tom Honan/The Irish Times

Hundreds of millions in funding has been allocated to local authorities to bolster the Rebuilding Ireland Home Loan Scheme, which was thrown into doub(...)

Assurances were given that sufficient funding was available for the retrofit housing scheme when it was known that all applicants could not be accommodated. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

Confidence in public administration is a necessary lubricant in the relationship between citizens and government. And it has been damaged by the handl(...)

The Beacon South Quarter complex in  Co Dublin. Owners at the site were warned by Dublin Fire Brigade  they could face legal action if they did not undertake fire-safety improvements in their homes. Photograph: Eric Luke

IRES Reit has spent almost €1 million remedying building defects at a development in south Dublin where it owns more than 200 apartments. In accounts(...)

An impression of Salesforce Tower located beside the Central Bank’s docklands headquarters in Dublin

Developer Johnny Ronan’s bid to increase the height of Salesforce’s new European headquarters at Spencer Dock has been rejected for a second time by D(...)

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