John Coleman

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Niall Cussen is the State’s first planning regulator. People who do not co-operate with his office will be guilty of a criminal offence. Photograph: Alan Betson

Local authorities can expect to be assessed on their planning performance every five to 10 years under a new regime from the State’s first planning re(...)

Minister for Enterprise  Heather Humphreys, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Minister for Housing  Eoghan Murphy  during the launch of the establishment of the Land Development Agency, at the Department of Social Protection, Dublin. File photograph:  Gareth Chaney Collins

There is much about the Land Development Agency (LDA) that seems sensible, to the point it is a wonder that it didn’t exist sooner. It is difficult t(...)

Fine Gael junior minister Pat Breen is reported in the Sunday Business Post as having held a number of meetings with the lead bidder for the National Broadband Plan. Photograph: Tom Honan

Fine Gael junior minister Pat Breen held a number of meetings with the lead bidder for the National Broadband Plan (NBP), the Sunday Business Post rep(...)

Deputy Fergus O’Dowd (FG) said the capital was in danger of becoming a place ’where only the extremely wealthy live’. File photograph: Eric Luke

The Government’s new €1.25 billion Land Development Agency has been warned not to repeat mistakes made by Irish Water when it became swamped in contro(...)

The Land Development Agency will have compulsory purchase powers and will identify and release land banks for the construction of 150,000 homes over 20 years. Photograph:  Gareth Chaney/Collins

The Government’s new €1.25 billion Land Development Agency may demand more than 40 per cent social and affordable housing on private land that has lai(...)

Accrington Stanley players celebrate their promotion to League One. Photograph: Alex Livesey/Getty

Twenty year-old defender Jimmy Dunne says winning promotion with Accrington Stanleyt on Tuesday night was an unexecpected thrill towards the end of a (...)

“Defining an integrated data technology and analytics strategy is a critical business driver to delivering newer and faster insights into the critical information which really matters”

A recent survey of 161 senior information security and technology professionals, by technology recruitment firm Harvey Nash, found a quarter of organi(...)

Hugh Toner from Co Armagh has been missing since 1994, Photograph: Greater Manchester police

The body of an unidentified man found on a remote hillside outside Manchester could be an Irish-born grandfather who has been missing for more than tw(...)

 Aga Rangemaster, said they had seen a slow start to 2015 for sales but there had been a “marked change in attitude” after the general election in May

Upmarket consumers in Britain flocked to buy Aga cookers after the Tory election victory earlier this year as they abandoned pre-poll caution, it was (...)

GAA President Liam O’Neill with Home to Hurl players Kevin Maher, on his arrival home from Melbourne, and fellow members of the Gornahoe Glengoole hurling team in Tipperary who have also arrived home  for the charity match. Photograph: Alan Betson

Meet a GAA player who flies 10,000 miles across the world for a single game and you meet a spirit of determination. It is the lure of a winter’s match(...)

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