Eithne Dodd

Eithne Dodd

60,000 could be missing out on 'misunderstood' tax break

60,000 could be missing out on 'misunderstood' tax break

The Home Carer Credit, which stands at €1,500 in 2019, can be claimed by a married couple or a couple in a civil partnership where one spouse is a home carer for one or more dependent persons

Dublin 15: Castleknock semis priced from €557,500

Dublin 15: Castleknock semis priced from €557,500

Hooke & MacDonald is handling the release of a new tranche of 20 three and four-bedroom semi-...

Co Meath : Latest phase of Dunshaughlin new-builds hits the market

Co Meath : Latest phase of Dunshaughlin new-builds hits the market

Agents Hooke & MacDonald and Dillon Property Consultants are handling the sale of a new phase...

Co Wicklow : Tranche of three and four-bed homes goes on sale in Greystones

Co Wicklow : Tranche of three and four-bed homes goes on sale in Greystones

Cairn Homes is launching a selection of three and four-bedroom semi-detached houses in Glenheron ...

Co Kildare: New scheme of family homes launched

Co Kildare: New scheme of family homes launched

Developer Glenveagh Homes is launching its latest scheme today through selling agent Sherry FitzG...

Pirate queen makes a swashbuckling entry into Irish whiskey market

Pirate queen makes a swashbuckling entry into Irish whiskey market

The 16th-century pirate queen Grace O’Malley has provided the inspiration for the latest entran...

Dublin 6W: Well-located Terenure houses and apartments come to market

Dublin 6W: Well-located Terenure houses and apartments come to market

Knight Frank is releasing six houses, as well as the final phase of 12 apartments, to market at S...

Kingspan aims to be carbon-neutral in its operations by start of next year

Kingspan aims to be carbon-neutral in its operations by start of next year

Insulation company Kingspan has reaffirmed its pledge to have net zero energy manufacturing targe...

Sharing data removes borders in fight to save environment

Sharing data removes borders in fight to save environment

In a panel discussion in Dublin City Council, people working on open data discussed how sharing knowledge collected by one group with other groups could help save the environment

Rathgar redbrick seeks €2.25m

Rathgar redbrick seeks €2.25m

Pat Mullery, head of DNG’s Terenure branch in south Dublin, is handling the sale of a period re...

The pick of the Déise: Waterford’s best homes

The pick of the Déise: Waterford’s best homes

Eithne Dodd presents a guide to the most coveted residences in the Crystal County

Punchestown Festival expects 130,000 racegoers as €64m pumps into economy

Punchestown Festival expects 130,000 racegoers as €64m pumps into economy

The attendance at this week’s Punchestown Festival is expected to increase to 130,000, and it i...

Ireland’s Extinction Rebellion claims business support

Ireland’s Extinction Rebellion claims business support

The business community is starting to get behind the demands for drastic measures to be taken to tackle climate change

Missing pension task force back in action

Missing pension task force back in action

The tracing service helps companies reunite former workers with lost or forgotten pension entitlements. Pension providers can ask the Department of Social Protection for help in finding accurate information for former staff

Women apprentices are starting to get hands on

Women apprentices are starting to get hands on

The number of women in apprenticeships in Ireland is rising, but we are still lagging behind Europe. Efforts are now being made to change that