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A  Ryanair aircraft taking off from Dublin Airport. The airline has seen a steep increase in its traffic from Irish airports since Government restrictions were lifted last month but the overall number remains below the pre-pandemic level.  Photograph: Sam Boal/Rollingnews.ie

Confidence is growing that two electricity plants will be restored to action in time to stave off the risk of power cuts next winter, writes Barry O’H(...)

Lynn Embleton confirmed Aer Lingus could seek a second loan from ISIF to follow the €150 million it borrowed from the agency in two tranches across December and March. Photograph: iStock

Aer Lingus could seek a second loan from the State-backed Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) as it emerges from tough Government Covid-19 curbs,(...)

Court Service’s annual report shows that 5,266 court applications were made last year, compared with 4,073 in 2019 and 3,888 in 2018.

The number of divorce applications in the State last year rose by nearly a third in the wake of legislation that cut in half the time required for a s(...)

Prof Philip Nolan, chair of the National Public Health Emergency Team epidemiological modelling advisory group.

The general resumption of indoor services in pubs and restaurants that had originally been planned for next week would have risked significant surges (...)

Fine Gael’s Daniel Butler gives his inaugural speech as mayor of Limerick city and county. Photograph: Limerick City and County Council/Twitter

Fine Gael councillor Daniel Butler has been elected as the new mayor of the city and county of Limerick. The Raheen-based councillor was elected una(...)

Noel Furlong was the founder of multimillion-euro business Furlong Flooring.

Noel Furlong, the Kildare-based businessman and well-known poker player and horse trainer, died on Sunday aged 83. Mr Furlong was the founder of mult(...)

Aer Lingus CEO Lynne Embleton will tell the Oireachtas transport committee that the airline will not reverse a recent decision to close its crew base at Shannon Airport.

Aer Lingus chief executive Lynne Embleton will tell the Oireachtas transport committee today that the airline will not reverse its decision to close i(...)

Bidding for Davy has topped €475 million, far outstripping estimates of the stockbroking firm’s value before it was rocked by a bond-deal scandal, according to sources. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Bidding for Davy has topped €475 million, far outstripping estimates of the stockbroking and wealth management firm’s value before it was rocked by a (...)

A former Joe Walsh Tours outlet on the corner of Henry Street and O’Connell Street. One of the best known names in the Irish travel industry, the company has ceased trading due to the impact of Covid-19 restrictions. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

It was one of the biggest and best-known Irish travel agents and tour operators but Joe Walsh Tours ceased trading yesterday, another victim of the pa(...)

David Ross: “We’re incredibly happy with the way we have been able to adapt to our clients’ needs..”

UK insurance broker Ardonagh, which is led by Irishman David Ross, will on Tuesday announce the launch of a new international arm of the group as well(...)

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