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While 2021 has got off to a “bad start” for the construction industry, the Aecom report anticipates a “strong year” for the sector

The Irish construction industry is expected to grow by 15 per cent in 2021 despite the challenges of the pandemic and Brexit-related delays, according(...)

Jan Corcoran represented Ireland in a long-distance running event organised by International Association of Ultrarunners in August.

Jan Corcoran was never really a runner. She had to run with all the other sports she did – such as soccer and tag rugby – but she didn’t have any stru(...)

The defendant, owned by the family of businessman Larry Goodman, is redeveloping the building over the next two years at a cost of €150m. File photograph: Collins

The owner of printing business Reads has secured a High Court injunction preserving the access route to its premises just off Dublin’s Nassau street (...)

The Setanta Centre in Dublin 2, from which Reads operates, is undergoing a substantial redevelopment. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The owner of printing business Reads has brought a High Court action against its landlord in a dispute over access to the Dublin city centre premises.(...)

An FAI council member said on Saturday that John Delaney had told him he was about to resign from his current position as the association’s executive vice president.  File image: Reuters/Clodagh Kilcoyne

The board of the FAI is expected to hold further discussions on the terms of a severance package for the organisation’s former chief executive, John D(...)

Former FAI chief executive John Delaney (centre) leaves Leinster House on Wednesday after appearing at the Oireachtas Sports Committee. Photo : Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

John Delaney’s future within the FAI remains under intense scrutiny and if, as is widely expected, he finally leaves the organisation, it will amount (...)

FAI executive vice-president John Delaney giving evidence during his appearance at the Joint Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport. Videograb: Oireachtas TV/PA Wire

The FAI has said it is taking urgent steps to address its governance and financial issues while the future of its former chief executive John Delaney (...)

Former FAI chief executive John Delaney  leaving Leinster House  after appearing infront of an Oireachtas committee. Photograph: Aidan Crawle

Independent TD Michael Healy-Rae has been accused of a “craven leprechaun performance” for his conduct in front of the Oireachtas Committee investigat(...)

An annual construction industry review, published by AECOM in Ireland, analyses the industry outlook.

The construction sector is expected to grow by 20 per cent this year but the industry is concerned about its inability to attract and keep workers, ac(...)

Aecom Ireland said workers from overseas and returning emigrants would be crucial to employment growth in construction, as recruitment becomes “a challenge”. Photograph:  David Davies/PA

The Irish construction industry is projected to grow by 14 per cent to €19.5 billion this year, after increasing 18 per cent in value terms last year,(...)

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