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Cork will lose out on hosting the America’s Cup, which is the most high-profile yachting race in the world. File photograph: iStock

Ireland has withdrawn from its bid to hold the America’s Cup yachting competition in Cork in 2024, the Government has confirmed. It means Cork will l(...)

The net value of the Irish Credit Bureau’s assets stood at €4.5 million at the end of 2020, according to its most recent set of accounts.

The Irish Credit Bureau’s (ICB) chairman and another director quit on Monday at the end of a wind-up meeting, claiming the board had become “fractious(...)

Former taoiseach Leo Varadkar and businessman David McCourt sign the National Broadband contract in November 2019 at St Kevin’s National School in Co Wicklow. Photograph: Niall Carson/ PA Wire

The Department of Communications has asked legal firm William Fry and accounting firm EY to examine the claims made in recent media reports in relatio(...)

Assembling a modular-built house on site can take as little as four hours. File photograph: Getty

The costs of new quicker modular construction systems are falling to the point where they are becoming cheaper for some house building than convention(...)

Accountants EY recently highlighted Dublin as the most popular destination for UK financial services businesses relocating in Brexit’s wake.

Multinational law firm Hatstone is establishing its EU base in the Republic through a deal with the partners of Tully Rinckey (Ireland). Hatstone has(...)

Bartra founder Richard Barrett: Firm raises cash from investors to build social housing and nursing homes.

Developer Bartra urged the Government to cut the minimum payment required by a State cash-for-residency scheme to €500,000 from €1 million to lure ext(...)

The State faces a hospitals emergency after the Government’s relaxation of coronavirus Christmas restrictions

Nobody thought it would be this bad. Had we known then what we know now. There was huge demand to reopen the country. People had been locked in for No(...)

Dr Ronan Glynn: ‘Now is not the time to be socialising with friends’. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins

The GAA as an organisation is not responsible for the spread of the virus, assistant chief medical officer Dr Ronan Glynn has told a briefing. Dr Gl(...)

People walking along Grafton Street in Dublin, during the first day of the Level 5 restrictions on October 22nd.  Photograph: Damien Eagers/PA Wire

Tougher Covid-19 restrictions slowed a strong rebound in spending, prompting accountants EY to rein in economic predictions for the full year. Neil G(...)

Galway International Arts Festival: Covid-19 stopped the event going ahead as planned for the first time in its 43-year-history. Photograph :Andrew Downes/xposure

Significant additional funding for the arts will be required in 2021 to address the extreme challenges the sector faces in the wake of the coronavirus(...)

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