Mr Mccartney

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According to the CSO, 4,920 new homes were completed between April and June, a near 12 per cent increase on last year. Photograph: Alan Betson

The State’s housing market has stabilised with price growth in Dublin and other urban areas likely to remain weak for the foreseeable future, a senior(...)

The 2019 Leaving Cert exams drew to a close for most students on Tuesday with Japanese, Arabic and politics exams.

The longest-ever set of Leaving Cert exams have finally drawn to a close, with around 1,300 students sitting papers in either Arabic, Japanese or poli(...)

House prices nationally have risen  50%  since the trough of 2013, while rents are up over 80%  since 2010

In 1980, housing accounted for just 7 per cent of household expenditure in the Republic. By 2016, this had increased to 20 per cent, equating to an es(...)

Labour MP Hilary Benn attended a Brexit meeting in Dublin on Thursday. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Britain will not pay a so-called divorce settlement that could be as much as €60 billion to the European Union, a group of TDs and Senators have been (...)

First Minister Arlene Foster (DUP) speaking at The Northern Ireland Assembly Election 2016 at Omagh Leisure Centre. Photograph: John McVitty/Press Eye

The 2016 Northern Assembly elections came to a conclusion on Saturday afternoon with the DUP and Sinn Féin still the dominant parties in Northern Irel(...)

Gerard “Jock” Davison died in the Markets area earlier this month. His killer shot him from behind before discharging four more rounds into his head. File photograph: PSNI/PA Wire

An unusual Eastern European-made gun was used to shoot an ex-IRA commander dead in Belfast. Gerard “Jock” Davison died in the Markets area earlier thi(...)

Former IRA commander Gerard “Jock” Davison, who was gunned down in the street close to his home in the staunchly republican Markets area of Belfast on Tuesday of last week. Photograph: PSNI/PA Wire

Detectives probing the murder of a former IRA commander shot dead in Belfast have said it will be a lengthy investigation.Gerard “Jock” Davison was gu(...)

Former Labour Northern Ireland secretary of state Peter Hain said he saw “no point in endlessly searching for evidence of crimes committed so many years ago”. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA.

Former Labour Northern Ireland secretary of state, Peter Hain, has been strongly criticised by Sinn Féin and the SDLP for saying that British so(...)