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Rents continue to rise but at at a slower pace

Rents continue to rise but at at a slower pace

Number of landlords is falling despite high rental prices and record demand

Musicals have film goers dancing in the aisles

Musicals have film goers dancing in the aisles

Old fashioned musicals still hold serious sway over the Irish movie going public

Hard Brexit would slash 2019 growth outlook - ESRI

Hard Brexit would slash 2019 growth outlook - ESRI

The ESRI adds that this forecast does not take into account potentially significant short-term shocks to the economy from consumer uncertainty, disruption in financial markets or lack of access to international supply chains

Lower income households lost out more in Budget 2019, ESRI finds

Lower income households lost out more in Budget 2019, ESRI finds

The ESRI says the decision to leave both personal and employee tax credits unchanged amounts to an effective tax increase for many workers, as it warns on corporation and carbon taxes

Investigation into INM data deepens amid fresh privacy concerns

Investigation into INM data deepens amid fresh privacy concerns

Office of Data Protection Commissioner probing data privacy incidents from 2013 to 2015

The moment when Anglo and Drumm ran out of road

The moment when Anglo and Drumm ran out of road

Ten years ago, The Sunday Business Post asked the then Anglo Irish Bank chief executive, David Drumm, a number of questions about the bank’s involvement with businessman Sean Quinn. Just days later, Drumm and chairman Sean FitzPatrick resigned

Chateau intrigue: Inside the INM data saga

Chateau intrigue: Inside the INM data saga

Questions around what exactly happened to the data of INM employees are continuing to mount up

Jury’s out on who’s at fault for the latest media misstep

Jury’s out on who’s at fault for the latest media misstep

Weeks after a clampdown on tweeting in court by laypeople, the actions of bona fide journalists have just scuttled two criminal trials

Planning body rejects effort to keep Player site off levy register

Planning body rejects effort to keep Player site off levy register

The site, on the footprint of the former Player Wills cigarette factory in Dolphin’s Barn, is considered one of the most important housing sites in the capital. Debts relating to the site were transferred to Nama during the recession

AIB in court clash over $700m case on Rusnak

AIB in court clash over $700m case on Rusnak

The bank is taking a case against AIG and other insurers, including Lloyds and Chubb, arising from the $700 million fraud by Rusnak at AllFirst, then part of the AIB group, in Baltimore, Maryland

Penalty points for fishermen will let state access EU fund

Penalty points for fishermen will let state access EU fund

The EU has suspended the payments from its European Maritime and Fisheries Fund until Ireland brings in a sanctions regime for fishermen who breach the EU’s rules on overfishing

Bullied Tusla whistleblower is awarded €12,500

Bullied Tusla whistleblower is awarded €12,500

Woman spent five and a half years on administrative leave and suffered mental anguish

€40 million kids science centre may prove to be too pricey

€40 million kids science centre may prove to be too pricey

A group of private individuals have been seeking state funding for the proposed National Children’s Science Centre beside the National Concert Hall in Dublin for more than a decade

Charity boss Conlon set for release from Swiss jail

Charity boss Conlon set for release from Swiss jail

The founder of digital charity company Ammado was convicted last month on embezzlement charges in Zurich related to the misappropriation of €3.9 million, which was due to charities but never passed on

Ruling on data use in Dwyer case could affect other convictions

Ruling on data use in Dwyer case could affect other convictions

State seeks clarity from Europe on data rules following High Court victory for Graham Dwyer, whose conviction relied on phone records