One private equity investor said of Dublin that ‘every language under the sun is spoken by the people, and the tax regime is beneficial’. Photograph: iStock

Dublin is the fifth busiest real estate market in Europe with more than €3 billion invested between the end of last year and the third quarter of 202(...)

Dublin scored well in terms of the lack of air, noise and light pollution. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

Dublin was only ranked mid-table in a survey of best cities to live and work remotely from due to the high cost of living, particularly housing, accor(...)

Dublin city councillors recently approved a plan for 853 homes on Oscar Traynor Road, despite the Dublin City Council chief executive  expressing ‘serious reservations’. Photograph: Alan Betson

Dublin city councillors have been warned that setting up a spin-off company to deliver social and affordable housing on public land may end up increas(...)

The CSO figures  show that prices across the State decreased by 0.6 per cent year on year in August.

Dublin property prices fell by 1.6 per cent in the year to August as Covid-19 effectively put the brakes on the market. The latest Residential Proper(...)

Dublin Airport contributes nearly €10 billion to the Irish economy and supports 130,000 jobs, according to a new study commissioned by its operator, DAA.  Photograph : Bryan O Brien

Dublin Airport contributes nearly €10 billion to the Irish economy and supports 130,000 jobs, according to a new study. The research, undertaken by e(...)

Insomnia’s Vegan Chick*n Fillet Roll. ‘The way they’ve stylised it is exactly the same way as I have stylised mine,’ Sam Pearson of the Vegan Sandwich Company said

Coffee chain Insomnia has rejected claims it copied an artisan food producer’s “vegan chicken fillet roll” but has agreed to rename its product as an (...)

The passenger traffic  increase of 4 per cent on last year makes it the busiest September in the airport’s 79-year history.

Dublin Airport saw a record three million passengers pass through its gates in September despite fears that Brexit would lead to a falloff in numbers.(...)

There were roughly two unemployed people for every job vacancy in Dublin, the study found. Photograph: Getty

Dublin’s labour market is now as tight as central London’s, according to a study by the Central Bank and recruitment website Indeed. The research, pr(...)

The pace of growth slowed to 1.9 per cent year on year in Dublin in January. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Dublin has experienced one of the highest rates of property price inflation of any city in the world over the past five years, according to the Intern(...)

Dublin’s largest independent opticians chain MacNally has been put into examinership following a hearing at Dublin Circuit Court on Thursday.

Dublin’s largest independent opticians chain MacNally has been put into examinership following a hearing at Dublin Circuit Court on Thursday. The cha(...)

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