Figures from the Central Statistics Office show the cost of car insurance has risen by 51 per cent since January 2011

The Government is to establish a new commission headed by a former High Court judge to carry out international comparisons of Ireland’s personal injur(...)

The cost of motor insurance has risen by 66 per cent since January 2011, and by 25 per cent in the 12 months to September 2016. Photograph: Helder Almeida

The causes and frequency of motor insurance compensation claims should be examined in depth as part of a review into the spiralling cost of policies,(...)

The liquidator has advised that the cost of settling the claims could be between €87.7 million and €95.2 million. Photograph: Getty Images

Remember Setanta Insurance? It was incorporated and prudentially regulated in Malta but traded solely in the Irish market. It offered some of the che(...)

Colin Hunt: Previously with Australian corporate advisory group Macquarie.Photograph: David Sleator

AIB has recruited experienced banker Colin Hunt to become managing director of wholesale and institutional banking from September 1st. Mr Hunt has b(...)

Almost 3,500 homeless adults used emergency accommodation in Dublin at the end of last year.

A four point plan to immediately address the housing and homeless crisis has been proposed by the Simon Communities. The charity has also called for(...)

Labour TD Ciara Conway expressed frustration that those who had reached 66 were still not receiving their pension payments. Photograph; Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

Waterford Crystal workers have still not received their pensions despite agreement last December following a lengthy legal battle, the Dáil has heard.(...)

“Enda went to the edge of the precipice but didn’t have the guts to jump” was the conclusion of one  TD

Labour Party TDs are jubilant after what many of them regard as their best week since taking office. It began with Enda Kenny publicly bowing the knee(...)

The International Financial Services Centre: employs 35,000 people in Dublin hub and a further 10,000 outside the capital. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

When the International Financial Services Centre began life in 1987 it had just three companies, employing 55 people. If a strategy drawn up for the G(...)

 Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe: he emphasised that the Government’s decision would be based on wider considerations than the price. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

  There are strong indications that the Government will not sell the State’s 25.1 per cent stake in Aer Lingus to International Consolidat(...)

Minister for Health Leo Varadkar: “Leo is very able and very bright but he doesn’t know the meaning of loyalty,” said one of his colleagues. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The latest demarche from Minister for Health Leo Varadkar is being regarded by some of his Fine Gael ministerial colleagues as a coldly calculated att(...)

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