Revenue chairman Niall Cody: Work continued in 2020 despite pandemic disruption. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

Rates of timely compliance with tax law fell only marginally in 2020 despite the “most extraordinary year” ushered in by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Re(...)

Customs Officers at Dublin Port pictured this afternoon as the Brexit transition period comes to an end. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

There will be an increased policing presence in the Border region over coming days with additional patrols and roving checkpoints planned as Brexit ta(...)

Eoin Burke-Kennedy reports on data provided by Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien showing how much local councils paid for social housing. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Local councils are paying private developers up to double what it costs them on average to build social housing units directly themselves, according t(...)

Containers at Belfast Harbour. Photograph: Paul Faith/Bloomberg

More than two-thirds of businesses in the construction, agriculture, forestry and fishing sectors that usually trade with the UK have not yet register(...)

‘The flexibility and speed of the ZBV mobile scanner significantly increases Revenue’s scanning capacity. . .’

Revenue has commissioned a new €1.1 million mobile scanner in a bid to tackle smuggling and fraud in Ireland. The new ZBV scanner, which was part-fu(...)

Revenue commissioner Gerry Harrahill, chairman Niall Cody and commissioner Michael Gladney. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Up to half of Irish companies that trade with the UK are still to apply for the customs number that forms “the foundation” of Brexit preparation, the (...)

Revenue usually receives 12 applications for the ‘trusted trader’ status each year, but has received 81 in the past three months. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The number of businesses seeking a type of “trusted trader” status for faster border and customs checks in post-Brexit trade with the UK has surged, f(...)