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Alan McQuaid of  Merrion Stockbrokers said the figures indicated it was likely that the budget deficit outturn as a percentage of GDP would once more be lower than the figure officially targeted. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

There was mixed reaction yesterday to the news that tax revenues for the State are running 1 per cent ahead of targets.Some analysts suggested that th(...)

The block at 1-2 Pim Street, Dublin 8, near the Guinness Brewery

Thirteen apartments in a block near the Guinness Brewery in Dublin are to be offered for sale at a considerable discount. Gavin Hanlon of estate agent(...)

Financier Key Capital and businessman Paul Cooke look poised to rescue the Sunday Business Post newspaper after opening talks with examiner Michael McAteer earlier today.

Barry O’HalloranFinancier Key Capital and businessman Paul Cooke look poised to rescue the Sunday Business Post newspaper after opening talks with exa(...)

The redeveloped site at the former Clancy Barracks is now home to 420 residential units.  Clancy Barracks: Islandbridge, Dublin 8. Sold: Over €80million Previously: €230million

A Californian-based investment group, Kennedy Wilson, is set to become the dominant landlord in the Dublin apartment letting market following its purc(...)

67 Merrion Square was extensively refurbished and modernised in recent years

One of the best preserved Georgian houses on Dublin’s Merrion Square, used for many years as a headquarters by Sean Dunne’s Mountbrook Homes, i(...)

Rockbrook, Sandyford: €9m for 63 apartments

Four Dublin apartment developments funded by Bank of Scotland (Ireland) during the property bubble are now to be sold at substantial discounts (...)

27/10/2012-DUBLIN NOW-Side view of Bord Gais Theatre taken from Martin's Terace,Dublin. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / THE IRISH TIMES

State assets agency Nama has moved against businessman and developer Harry Crosbie, seizing control of his Bord Gáis Energy Theatre and Point Villa(...)

“The speciality food market in the Republic of Ireland is valued at €450 million, and this figure is set to increase as Irish consumers are showing a heightened interest in artisan foods,” said Good Food Ireland managing director Margaret Jeffares

Many heads of food companies believe the horse meat scandal will have a positive effect on their enterprises and drive growth this year, new re(...)

Killarney, Co Kerry. The local Sisters of Mercy are still owed €12 million from a six-year-old property deal that led this week to Nama appointing a receiver to a trust run by the Diocese of Kerry. Photograph: Eamonn Keogh/MacMonagle, Killarney

An order of nuns is still owed about €12 million from a six-year-old property deal that led this week to Nama appointing a rec(...)

Barna, Galway.

The number of bidders for troubled Barna Waste has been whittled down to a final list of two or three, according to industry sources, who sugge(...)

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