Optal is seeking to diversify its operations away from the UK after Brexit.  Photograph: Prisma by Dukas/UIG via Getty Images

The Central Bank has authorised Optal, one of Europe’s fastest-growing fintech firms, as it seeks to diversify its operations away from the UK after B(...)

Lahinch native Micheál Ryan, who worked for the United Nations world food programme, was among those killed in the crash outside Addis Ababa. Photograph: Facebook

The model of Boeing aircraft involved in two fatal crashes in the last five months, including Sunday’s Ethiopian Airlines disaster, will continue ser(...)

CSG report notes the level of labour productivity in Irish building is ‘well below the EU average for construction sectors’. File photo.

A Government-appointed expert group has warned about the impact of “excessive cost inflation” in the construction sector, which it describes as a “key(...)

Gabrielle Kavanagh  on a balcony  at Cathedral Court, Dublin 8. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

St James’s Wood, Kilmainham, Dublin 8. Built in 2000: News of fire-safety defects at this complex first came to light in The Irish Times in December 2(...)

Workers repair a damaged roof on apartments at Churchwell Crescent in Belmayne, Dublin in September 2018. Photograph: Donall Farmer

New fire safety and balcony defect inspections have been ordered at Belmayne, a major housing development in north Dublin which has been beset by cons(...)

Ellie Kisyombe says she sought asylum immediately after arriving at Dublin airport in 2010. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Social Democrats asked Ellie Kisyombe to suspend her campaign while the party conducted a review of her backstory, The Irish Times has learned. H(...)

Ellie Kisyombe is a candidate for the Social Democrats in the upcoming local elections. FIle photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

The Social Democrats party is in crisis after its party chairman and vice-chair resigned in protest over the controversy surrounding local election ca(...)

Incentive programmes designed to stimulate construction may prove controversial given the history of such programmes during the Celtic Tiger. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Builders will ask the Government to consider a range of tax breaks and stimulus measures to spark housing development during the year, including an ea(...)

The Clarence Hotel is one of a number of Dublin hotels reported to be taking legal action against the operators of an escort site. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

The use of Irish hotels by escorts has been driven down from its heights during the Celtic Tiger by a combination of enhanced security technology and (...)

The Barryroe project has been valued at an estimated €1.1 billion. Photograph: Finbarr O’Rourke

An Taisce has settled a High Court case with the Government over a survey licence granted to Tony O’Reilly jnr’s Providence Resources for exploration (...)

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