Andrew Fanning

Andrew Fanning

Better August, but tax still falling short

Better August, but tax still falling short

Income tax and excise duties still lower than expected, but Vat ahead of targets

Earlier starts, longer journeys: Commuting in Ireland

Earlier starts, longer journeys: Commuting in Ireland

Census figures show big increases in public transport usage, but car is still king

Ireland's Got Talent heads new TV3 line-up

Ireland's Got Talent heads new TV3 line-up

Season sees start of channel's Six Nations rugby coverage

Dublin hotel rates above boom level

Dublin hotel rates above boom level

New study attributes growth to capacity shortage and influx of US tourists

Conroy Gold names new directors before EGM

Conroy Gold names new directors before EGM

Exploration company's board locked in struggle with largest shareholder

Flotation back on the agenda for One51

Flotation back on the agenda for One51

Decision comes after strong first-half results and backing from biggest shareholder

Study finds 20,000 gave up looking for work during crisis

Study finds 20,000 gave up looking for work during crisis

Economists argue jobless figures not capturing full picture of labour market

British papers unlikely to shift EU stance

British papers unlikely to shift EU stance

Fresh proposals released as Slovenian PM says progress slow in Brexit negotiations

Food fuels British retail sales rise

Food fuels British retail sales rise

July increase better than expected, though inflation still affecting retailers

Ross defends Rio ticketing probe

Ross defends Rio ticketing probe

Minister says report exposed 'rotten culture' at the heart of the OCI as committee rejects Hickey request

Cool EU reaction to British customs paper

Cool EU reaction to British customs paper

British government publishes first in series of Brexit proposals

Firm's Rio ticket service 'ineffective and chaotic'

Firm's Rio ticket service 'ineffective and chaotic'

Moran Report says probe was hampered by a lack of cooperation

€60m injected into former Novell Ireland firm

€60m injected into former Novell Ireland firm

Micro Focus Software employs almost 100 people in Ireland

What Friday's papers say

What Friday's papers say

Third tax rate being considered; PTSB loan sale plan; tobacco giants' packaging threats

Putting down routes: British group wins Dublin bus race

Putting down routes: British group wins Dublin bus race

Go-Ahead awarded right to operate 24 routes as Dublin Bus loses out