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Details of the Irish Nationwide accounts were disclosed in a parliamentary question reply from the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan. Photographer: Jasper Juinen/Bloomberg

The special liquidators of Irish Bank Resolution Corporation are examining 29,000 mortgage customer accounts of the former Irish Nationwide Building S(...)

MyHome’s report said annual house price inflation is running at 9 per cent nationally and at 10.2 per cent in Dublin, while the Daft report said  prices rose by an average of 4.3 per cent during the first three months of the year

House price price inflation picked up significantly in the first three months of the year, making the return to double-digit growth more likely. Two (...)

Denis O Brien: Judge says his complaint against  committee has its origins in Dáil utterances which the courts are not allowed to review.  File photograph: Collins Courts

Businessman Denis O’Brien’s case against the Dáil and its Committee on Procedure and Privileges has been resoundingly rejected by the High Court. O’Br(...)

Denis O’Brien (centre) says he will consider an appeal against ruling on comments made in  Dáil by Pearse Doherty (left) and Catherine Murphy (right). Photographs: Alan Betson and Collins Courts

Businessman Denis O’Brien has said he is disappointed by the High Court’s ruling in the case he took against the Dáil over comments made by two TDs ab(...)

Denis O’Brien had argued that speeches made by two TDs  breached his rights under the Constitution and European Convention on Human Rights. Photograph: The Irish Times

Businessman Denis O’Brien initiated legal proceedings against the Dáil’s Committee on Procedures and Privileges in August 2015. Mr O’Brien took issue(...)

The Guardian's Brexit jigsaw map of Europe made a land-grab on parts of the Republic

Thanks to Article 50 being invoked, Britain may finally be stepping into the unknown today, but if you’re in Newry and didn’t vote for Brexit, you nee(...)

It was always felt by some that being in Europe would help end partition and Brexit has raised the issue again

In February 1920, the British cabinet, chaired by prime minister David Lloyd George, agreed to give Ulster unionists what they sought: a Northern Irel(...)

 Allied Irish Bank: 99.9 per cent owned by the taxpayer.  Photograph: Paul McErlane/Reuters

Michael Noonan’s decision to offer shares in AIB to small retail investors as well as institutions is an interesting one on a number of levels. The (...)

The Government plans to sell shares in AIB to small investors as well as institutions as part of its initial public offering of stock in the bank, which could happen as early as May or June this year.

The Government plans to sell shares in AIB to small investors as well as institutions as part of its initial public offering of stock in the bank, wh(...)

A plaque in Tuam, Co Galway, commemorates up to 800 children buried at the site of the former home for unmarried mothers run by nuns. Photograph: AFP/Getty Images

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has pledged to deal with the scandal of mother and baby homes in the wake of the discovery of significant remains in Tuam. Mr Ke(...)

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