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ESB will use Moneypoint beyond 2025

ESB will use Moneypoint beyond 2025

Power station to switch from coal to gas, biomass or renewables

NBI to use subcontractors to set up rural broadband hubs

NBI to use subcontractors to set up rural broadband hubs

Communications Minister Richard Bruton has allocated €119 million to delivering the €6 billion rural broadband scheme next year

Department of Justice brings in British experts to overhaul its ‘silo culture’

Department of Justice brings in British experts to overhaul its ‘silo culture’

The Department of Justice has hired British experts to get its staff to work better together as part of a €3.5 million overhaul

Can the Land Development Agency solve the housing crisis?

Can the Land Development Agency solve the housing crisis?

The LDA was launched last year, but even before it has been fully established, it has been subject to criticism for its failure to provide adequate levels of affordable housing

Lost in space

Lost in space

Size really does matter in apartment planning

Size really does matter in apartment planning

The recent reduction in the minimum sizes for new apartments has generated controversy. Are the latest rules a sensible way to help tackle the housing crisis or a gift to property speculators who want to cram more homes into each development and increase returns?

Bord na Móna could use power station waste heat to grow cannabis

Bord na Móna could use power station waste heat to grow cannabis

A change in the law and a new state agency would be needed if cannabis was to be legally cultivated in Ireland, according to the semi-state

Davy still in market to buy Goodbody as stockbrokers seek to consolidate

Davy still in market to buy Goodbody as stockbrokers seek to consolidate

Davy is still in the hunt to acquire longtime rival Goodbody as the race to acquire the country’s second-biggest stockbrokers intensifies

OECD finds Ireland should follow German model to boost SMEs

OECD finds Ireland should follow German model to boost SMEs

The government is increasingly concerned at the poor rate of growth among SMEs which is making the country even more dependent on foreign multinationals

FG ‘resented’ Sutherland’s closeness to Lenihan during banking crisis

FG ‘resented’ Sutherland’s closeness to Lenihan during banking crisis

Fine Gael wanted former attorney general Peter Sutherland to stop providing advice to the late Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan jr during the banking crisis, it has emerged

Tearing up the rules gets the Brexit deal done

Tearing up the rules gets the Brexit deal done

Boris Johnson’s prior expulsion of the 21 Tory lawmakers was a clear signal that he didn’t need the DUP’s help to seal the deal with Europe

Getting it done as Britain shatters

Getting it done as Britain shatters

Never have British politics and parliament been more split – and never have there been more factions and sub-factions at odds with each other

Bewitched, baffled voters could bless bullish Boris

Bewitched, baffled voters could bless bullish Boris

The electorate are relishing Boris Johnson’s ‘bish-bash-bosh’ approach and look set to give the most right-wing Conservative leader since Margaret Thatcher the thumping majority he needs in a general election

Revenue crackdown brings in €100 million from PAYE workers

Revenue crackdown brings in €100 million from PAYE workers

Tax modernisation project finds 58,000 workers in black economy

High Court judge accuses insurance industry of dishonesty over claims

High Court judge accuses insurance industry of dishonesty over claims

The insurance industry is being “fundamentally dishonest” by claiming that our ‘compo culture’ and fraudulent claims are responsible for a rise in insurance premiums, said Mr Justice Kevin Cross