Mr Mcquaid

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Photograph: Alan Betson

Risk-averse Irish consumers are continuing to keep their money on deposit despite the near zero rate of return. The Central Bank’s latest monthly ba(...)

Ben Gilroy: judge had been considering imposing community service in lieu of three months in prison. Photograph: Alan Betson

A High Court judge has referred what he described as “inconsistencies” concerning the income of a man to the Revenue Commissioners’ investigations uni(...)

In its report, Merrion warned there was now a shortage of every type of housing and that the crisis was likely to get worse unless urgent action was taken. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Government should consider penalising property investors to stop first-time buyers being priced out of the market, Merrion Stockbrokers has said. (...)

Sterling surged to a one-year high of 89p against the euro on Tuesday.

Sterling’s mini revival has brought some welcome relief to Irish exporters, but with the Brexit negotiations on a knife edge and UK growth still weak,(...)

US president Donald Trump:  his intention to cut the US corporate tax rate to 15 per cent may not be achievable with the border adjustment tax, which might have funded the reduction, now off the table. Photograph: Chris Kleponis

Irish tax experts remain convinced that US tax reform, whatever shape it takes, will not adversely damage Ireland’s economic prospects, suggesting inc(...)

 Mr Justice Brian McGovern said, because Ben Gilroy (above) admitted criminal contempt and had apologised and consented to a community service order, the court considered such an order, subject to a suitable report from a probation officer, the appropriate punishment instead of three months imprisonment.  File photograph: Alan Betson

A High Court judge has imposed a community service order on a man for admitted criminal contempt of court. The contempt related to Ben Gilroy having,(...)

Inflation has now risen for four consecutive months. Apart from July last year, the last time the annual inflation rate hit 0.5 per cent was 2013. Photograph: Anthony Devlin/PA Wire

Inflation has risen to its highest level in almost four years on the back of rising fuel costs and a pick-up in hotel and restaurant prices. The late(...)

Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen: some claim the Federal Reserve increased interest rates prematurely last month. Photograph: Saul Loeb/AFP/Getty Images

Bad news from the world’s biggest economies and growing tensions in the Middle East sent global stock markets tumbling on the first day of 2016 tradin(...)

The figures show overall loans to households, which includes mortgages, decreased by 3.2 per cent in the 12 months to March.

Non-mortgage lending to Irish households rose again last month, marking the first consecutive month-on-month increase since 2008, with one expert link(...)

“The report completely clears me of any corruption, any wrongdoing or any complicity in doping,” former UCI president told RTÉ radio. Photograph: Fabrice Coffrini/AFP/Getty Images

Former president of the International Cycling Union (UCI) Pat McQuaid says a highly critical report on doping within the sport does not reflect poorly(...)

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