Post Reporter

Post Reporter

Former FF senator is new IPAV president

Former FF senator is new IPAV president

Former Fianna Fail senator Willie Farrell is the new president of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers & Valuers (IPAV).

Tax system rules are still unfair

Tax system rules are still unfair

With another Revenue deadline approaching, tomorrow will doubtless see a flood of letters and faxes as people seek to avail of the latest incentive scheme, this time involving life assurance schemes.

Four-bed houses in Navan

Four-bed houses in Navan

James Andrews Construction's new scheme of four-bed semi-detached houses at Athlumney Wood in Navan, Co Meath, is on the market through T&J Gavigan, with prices starting at €270,950.

Labour obsession puts FF ‘untouchables’ centre stage

Labour obsession puts FF ‘untouchables’ centre stage

An interesting few weeks in politics then. The battle of Dublin Airport draws to a close, ending public apathy and a media frenzy.

Former taoiseach's house sells for €1.89m

Former taoiseach's house sells for €1.89m

A three-bed semi-detached house on a corner site at 17 Upper Erne Street was withdrawn by Sherry FitzGerald at €630,000, but it sold afterwards for higher. DUBLIN 2:

So you want to...run a marathon

So you want to...run a marathon

Running a long, long way. The modern marathon is run over 26.2 miles or 42.195 kilometres. What it is:

Revenue performance

Revenue performance

Automation, internal reform and the growing culture of tax compliance of the public all contributed to the improved performance of the Revenue Commissioners last year.

On view today

On view today

Drynam Hall, Kinsealy: three and four-bed homes from €340,000, 3-5pm, Sherry FitzGerald New Homes. NORTH DUBLIN:

In the spotlight: Kylie Minogue

In the spotlight: Kylie Minogue

“Sweet Jesus holy Mary mother of whatever Yahweh almighty."

In the spotlight: Kylie Minogue

In the spotlight: Kylie Minogue

“Sweet Jesus holy Mary mother of whatever Yahweh almighty."

The main points of the 2004 draft report of the Revenue Commissioners

The main points of the 2004 draft report of the Revenue Commissioners

Net tax and duty receipts reached €35.8 billion, up from €32.2 billion in 2003 and €2.2 billion above the budget estimate. TAX COLLECTIONS:

Merger creates giant agency

Merger creates giant agency

PR veterans Ray Gordon and Stephen O'Byrnes joined forces to form MRPA Consultants just a couple of years ago.

McPR sought after pitches fail

McPR sought after pitches fail

McDonald's Ireland appears to be back on the lookout for a public relations agency.

Belated aviation decision welcome

Belated aviation decision welcome

Take off, at last. Ministers have been rightly criticised for the extraordinary delays in striking a deal on the aviation package.

Special investigations

Special investigations

Just under €700 million of the total €1.6 billion collected so far by the Revenue during its special investigations into offshore assets, Ansbacher deposits, bogus non-resident accounts and the CMI/NIB scheme was collected in 2004.