EML Payments halts trade of shares after Central Bank of Ireland raises regulatory concerns

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Health watchdog examining Facebook moderators’ complaints

The Health and Safety Authority has confirmed to Tánaiste Leo Varadkar that it is following up on issues raised by content reviewers at the social media giant

Technology Róisín Burke 13 hours ago

Home truths about funds buying up houses

We may be deeply frustrated that multibillion-euro investors are now competing with individual buyers for houses, but it was the state that invited these funds into Ireland — and it may be tricky to curtail them now

Housing Killian Woods 2 days ago

Thirteen of the ‘Davy 16’ identified

Legal Rosanna Cooney 11 hours ago

State invested in ‘cuckoo fund’ that snapped up hundreds of Maynooth homes

Housing Killian Woods 2 days ago

Covid insurance claims: ‘I would like to see the Central Bank back the small guy’

Battle lines drawn over Glanbia cheese plant as legal dispute returns to court

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Council plans to lease estate for more than cost to buy

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McGrath: spending all of €10.8bn capital budget will be ‘challenging’

The Minister for Public Expenditure says the issue has been caused in part by the impact of the three-month construction shutdown

Home Michael Brennan 2 days ago

Rates waivers to home in on hospitality industry

IDA issues €2m tender seeking property portfolio managers

Business Peter O'Dwyer 2 days ago

Greens’ Martin eyes early reopening for visitors

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Aidan Regan: Welfare state must be reformed to look after younger working families

While the welfare state does a good job of lifting the incomes of those without work, the provision of affordable housing and childcare is crucial to help younger workers and families

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When you can’t get the staff: the retail sector’s worker problem

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Brian Keegan: Taxing investment funds won’t solve the housing crisis

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Editorial: HSE attack shows the state must get serious on cybercrime

The assault on the Health Service Executive’s data systems wasn’t the first of its kind, and it won’t be the last

Elaine Byrne: Ballymurphy shows us the power of the past can never be dismissed

Lucinda Creighton: There was nothing to tax us in the IMF report

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Ian Guider: Rent cost rows could scupper small business rescue scheme

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Deirdre Heenan: The elevation of Poots risks tough times ahead for the DUP

Dublin fintech firm Layer eyeing European and US expansion

Expanding company helps old-school banks revamp their systems to compete with new digital models

DPD to invest additional €2m to electrify its fleet

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Making It Work: Medical consent platform looks to put patients in the know

Rental firm hopes to deploy 10,000 e-scooters nationwide

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New public-only deals for medical consultants set for this summer

Health Daniel Murray 2 days ago

Roz Purcell: ‘I live in my own bubble sometimes’

Roz Purcell stands out among Instagram stars for her integrity and empathy for young people, having overcome her own demons as a model in her early 20s. But what is perhaps most impressive is how she juggles multiple roles with aplomb, including as a judge in the upcoming Junk Kouture competition

Wolf Alice interview: ‘You have to know when to stop being obsessive’

Music Tony Clayton-Lea 2 days ago

‘The number one rule is that we never judge anyone’

The double hustle: why hyphenated careers are in

Monica Jones, Philip Larkin and Me: An unrequited literary love laid bare in all its ugliness

Books Andrew Lynch 2 days ago

When two become one in Dublin city centre

Adjacent apartments have been combined to form 187 square metres of bespoke open-plan living with views across the capital

Dreaming of a bolthole cottage by the sea in Waterford

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Spectacular family seat in Kildare on market for €3m

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Long read: Why China is the biggest threat to climate change hopes

After decades of fast-paced economic growth and soaring emissions, China is committing to reach net-zero by 2060. Its success or failure will ultimately affect us all

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The Big Interview: Alan Duffy of HSBC Ireland

Lyre’s ‘alcohol mimicry’ hits the right note

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A child‘s right to learn: the struggle to find a place in school for children with special needs