Czech energy firm EPH’s planned purchase of a 80 per cent stake in the Tynagh Energy gas power plant in Galway has been given the go-ahead from competition officials.

Czech energy company EPH’s planned purchase of a 80 per cent stake in the Tynagh Energy gas power plant in Galway has been given the go-ahead from com(...)

For chargers, it is recommended to avoid chargers that feel too light, are supplied with a two-pin plug or if the USB port is upside down. Photograph: Roy Mehrta/Getty Images

It happened, like most accidents do, in a split second. One second the phone was charging; the next there was a spark from the cable and a small flame(...)

Central Bank: due to be called before the Oireachtas Finance Committee. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Central Bank is due to be called before the Oireachtas Finance Committee in relation to insurance companies charging existing customers more than (...)

Raisin bank is expected to accept lump sums from  €2,000 to €5,000, depending on the partner bank, up to a maximum of €100,000

Raisin Bank is eyeing up a launch in Ireland at the end of this month, looking to capture a slice of the €100 billion Irish deposits market by offerin(...)

Eighty-three per cent of participants, which include groups such as community centres, scouting clubs and tidy towns organisations, reported that their insurance premiums increased over the past three years. File photograph: Getty

Almost half of community and volunteer groups say they are facing closure and have had to reduce the number of activities they are involved in as a re(...)

Damian McDonald, IFA director general, Joe Healy IFA president, and Angus Woods, IFA National Livestock Committee chairman arrive for talks last month. Photograph: Tom Honan

There is growing concern that talks aimed at resolving the beef crisis will not go ahead on Monday evening after the grassroots farmers’ organisation (...)

 Amazon’s ‘fulfilment centre’ warehouse in Peterborough, England. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

There are just over 100 shopping days left until Christmas. Ireland has consistently had a high proportion of retail spend online. Last year, an Ipso(...)

 Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys: there are steps consumers must take “to lessen the potential impact”  of Brexit. Photograph: Alan Betson

A hard Brexit at the end of October could hit many thousands of Irish people who shop on UK websites almost immediately with a dramatic curtailment of(...)

Isolde Goggin, chair of the CCPC, said the watchdog’s aim is ‘to ensure that goods placed on the Irish market do not pose a safety risk to consumers’. File photograph: Eric Luke

More than 33,000 products, including toys and sunglasses, were prevented from entering the Irish market last year amid safety concerns, the consumer w(...)

Photograph: iStock

A consumer watchdog is to carry out an investigation into the public liability insurance market as businesses raise concerns about rising costs. The (...)

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