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Property transactions rose 12 per cent in the first quarter of 2021. So far this year €4.2 billion of transactions, involving 13,100 properties, were recorded by the property price register, produced by the Property Services Regulatory Authority. The figures indicate Covid-19 did not majorly disrupt property transactions.
The government announced 29 projects will receive €95 million over the next three years through the Disruptive Technologies Innovation Fund. The fund has €500 million of investment money allocated...
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Government TD raises concerns over IDA’s Israel presence as violence escalates
Green Party’s Patrick Costello says it will be ‘very hard’ for IDA Ireland to operate in Israel in a way that doesn’t break European law
Irish firm aims to combat climate change with carbon-eating mechanical trees
Carbon Collect, whose ideas are based on proposals by German physicist Klaus Lackner, want to install fields of 10-metre-high ‘trees’ to capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere
Glanbia shares hit two-year high on back of positive Q1
The global nutrition company predicted continuing solid growth after strong cashflow cut its net debt by a third
Exergyn tells investors it will provide transparency over plans to sell firm
Concerns have been brought to the board of the Irish green tech company after fears were raised that there was only one bidder involved