Daniel Murray

Daniel Murray

Firms scramble for EORI trading numbers as Brexit deadline looms

Firms scramble for EORI trading numbers as Brexit deadline looms

The number of Irish firms registering for EORI numbers jumped by 600 per cent in August

A bridge too far?: Johnson is 'out of his depth' with Northern bridge idea

A bridge too far?: Johnson is 'out of his depth' with Northern bridge idea

Boris Johnson has asked British civil servants to examine the feasibility of a bridge between Scotland and the North - a distance of at least 19 kilometres, over very deep water. Is this achievable, or is it pure lunacy?

The fight against dirty money

The fight against dirty money

Ireland has been criticised by international experts for our vulnerability to money laundering, and Garda specialists are well aware of the risk posed by the vast sums moving through our funds sector

Number of authorised funds jumps since Brexit vote in 2016

Number of authorised funds jumps since Brexit vote in 2016

The number of investment funds authorised by the Central Bank has grown substantially since the B...

State should subsidise purchase of e-bikes, says cycling group

State should subsidise purchase of e-bikes, says cycling group

In its pre-budget submission, Cyclist.ie has also called for the establishment of a National Cycling Office within the Department of Transport and dedicated cycling officers at a senior level in all local authorities

Work to begin on Amazon Mulhuddart data campus

Work to begin on Amazon Mulhuddart data campus

Planning for the first phase of the project – known as ‘Project G’ – was originally granted in 2017, but was subsequently appealed by environmental campaigners

Sunday Interview: Conall O’Halloran, president of Chartered Accountants Ireland

Sunday Interview: Conall O’Halloran, president of Chartered Accountants Ireland

The new president of Chartered Accountants Ireland, Conall O’Halloran, is aware of the reputational damage that lingers from recent scandals and is keen to stress that an audit firm’s duty is to the public, not to its clients

Fracked gas exporter will ‘create own demand’ by developing power-hungry data centres

Fracked gas exporter will ‘create own demand’ by developing power-hungry data centres

Wesley Edens chief executive of New Fortress Energy, made the comments about the Shannon LNG project it bought last year as he announced plans to build data centres and a gas power plant on site

Break up of whole island electricity market could result in power blackouts

Break up of whole island electricity market could result in power blackouts

North at particular risk from disruption, says ESRI expert, as leaked British documents reveal threat to Single Electricity Market in no-deal Brexit

Cut oil levy and raise carbon tax, industry body urges Donohoe

Cut oil levy and raise carbon tax, industry body urges Donohoe

Petrol, diesel and home heating oil companies have called on the government to increase the carbon tax at the next budget by more than is being planned

Fresh blow to exploration industry as drilling off Kerry coast draws a blank

Fresh blow to exploration industry as drilling off Kerry coast draws a blank

The China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC) and ExxonMobil have both been unable to produce oil or gas off the coast of Co Kerry

Cruise down Electric Avenue proves too pricey for many

Cruise down Electric Avenue proves too pricey for many

Concerns over battery life and range are also making it harder for the public to embrace electric cars

Winter fuel price hikes on the cards

Winter fuel price hikes on the cards

The Irish Petroleum Importers Association says costs for consumers will rise if World Trade Organization tariffs are imposed on products such as kerosene for home heating oil imported from Britain after Brexit

Concerns raised over British nuclear regulation in event of crash-out Brexit

Concerns raised over British nuclear regulation in event of crash-out Brexit

Britain could pull out of the European Atomic Energy Community in the event of a no-deal Brexit

Local authorities turn down 35 per cent of Nama social housing offered

Local authorities turn down 35 per cent of Nama social housing offered

Nama offered 7,050 properties to local authorities, but of those 2,435 were turned down by local authorities for a variety of reasons