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The boring budget: the numbers

The boring budget: the numbers

No-deal Brexit would mean 4% fall in GDP growth, says Finance

No-deal Brexit would mean 4% fall in GDP growth, says Finance

Increases keep car owners and motor industry mostly on track

Increases keep car owners and motor industry mostly on track

A modest rise in carbon tax trickles down to just two cent extra on a litre of petrol or diesel

Employers ‘minority report’ is against 30c minimum wage hike

Employers ‘minority report’ is against 30c minimum wage hike

Employer representatives have issued a ‘minority report’ to oppose a minimum wage of €10.10 per hour even if there is an orderly Brexit

Newmarket Square developers drop mandatory market space from plans

Newmarket Square developers drop mandatory market space from plans

Newmarket Square was home to a number of pop-up markets until June last year including the Dublin Flea Market and the Brocante

Donohoe: years of budget surpluses needed to offset corporation tax shock

Donohoe: years of budget surpluses needed to offset corporation tax shock

Warning comes as OECD proposals risk loss of €1bn a year

Social media giants fail to act on hate speech

Social media giants fail to act on hate speech

Facebook and Twitter did not act on calls from members of an anti-racism partner organisation to remove comments inciting violence and hatred

Rueful Aki sees red as Ireland enjoy Samoan stroll in Fukuoka

Rueful Aki sees red as Ireland enjoy Samoan stroll in Fukuoka

The odds on Ireland remaining visible in the tournament beyond next weekend are long

Typhoon trauma gives World Rugby plenty to ponder

Typhoon trauma gives World Rugby plenty to ponder

The devastation in parts of Japan this weekend partly vindicated World Rugby’s scrapping of fixtures. But it has other questions to answer

Budget 2020: TDs hint at free GP care for under-8s

Budget 2020: TDs hint at free GP care for under-8s

Fine Gael backbenchers open PR battle early with indications of family-friendly measures

Polish mortgage-holders gain some ground in their battle against banks

Polish mortgage-holders gain some ground in their battle against banks

Irish victims of the tracker mortgage scandal may be relieved (or not) to learn that they are not alone in their fight with their country’s banks

Sunday Interview: Lisa and Vanessa Creaven, founders of Spotlight Oral Care

Sunday Interview: Lisa and Vanessa Creaven, founders of Spotlight Oral Care

Galway dentists Lisa and Vanessa Creaven’s company, Spotlight Oral Care, ships its dental products to 15 countries. Sales are expected to reach €7.5 million in 2020

Tactical decisions for the FAI

Tactical decisions for the FAI

John Delaney’s ‘near midnight’ resignation as FAI chief executive didn’t set a great tone for a sporting body in the throes of major reform. But the question is, who can?

Delaney: The FAI’s worst own goal

Delaney: The FAI’s worst own goal

Football tsar who loved the limelight squandered the chance of a revolution

Profile: Nikolay Storonsky: Rushing Revolut

Profile: Nikolay Storonsky: Rushing Revolut

Storonsky’s business, Revolut, has secured a deal with Visa that will allow it to create 3,500 jobs