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Independent Alliance  gives up on ‘granny grant’

Independent Alliance gives up on ‘granny grant’

Boorman backs plans for new €35m film studio

Boorman backs plans for new €35m film studio

The Co Meath film studio backed by legendary Deliverance director John Boorman and B-movie king Roger Corman will be the country’s biggest if it is successful, its main founder has said

Murphy under fire for affordable homes delay

Murphy under fire for affordable homes delay

It comes after he had sent letters to Fingal, South Dublin and Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown councils to criticise them for not doing enough tackle the housing crisis.

Relate adds Ardbrook to stable as software firm ramps up growth

Relate adds Ardbrook to stable as software firm ramps up growth

Founder Burke to appoint chief executive to pharma firm Chanelle

Founder Burke to appoint chief executive to pharma firm Chanelle

Behind the frontline presidential debate

Behind the frontline presidential debate

On October 24, 2011, the final debate of the presidential election took place on RTÉ’s television programme the Frontline. It would prove to be the most controversial TV debate in Irish political history, with consequences for years to come

Kenny accused RTÉ of a potential ‘cover-up’

Kenny accused RTÉ of a potential ‘cover-up’

Pat Kenny outlined nine issues which he felt made RTÉ’s report into the Frontline debate debacle 'incomplete, to the point of being misleading'

RTÉ probe finds different accounts of what happened with controversial tweet

RTÉ probe finds different accounts of what happened with controversial tweet

A Siege Mentality

A Siege Mentality

Gardaí wearing black balaclavas to facilitate the repossession of a vacant property have added new fire to the housing debate. Jack Horgan-Jones and Hugh O’Connell report

Revisiting Pluto’s planet status debate

Revisiting Pluto’s planet status debate

Pluto failed to pass the third of three conditions to be considered a planet in the Solar System

Brexit persuades BoE chief to extend stay

Brexit persuades BoE chief to extend stay

The decision is likely to prove controversial as Mark Carney’s tenure at the Bank of England has long drawn both criticism and praise

Is residential property market finally cooling?

Is residential property market finally cooling?

Figures from the Central Statistics Office show that home prices rose at an annual rate of 10.4 per cent in July. The annual pace of growth was 11.9 per cent in June, and the rate has now eased for four months in a row

Upping the Ante: Varadkar beware: sure things don’t always deliver

Upping the Ante: Varadkar beware: sure things don’t always deliver

Backing the hot favourite can backfire, as this column discovered last week, and Micheál Martin is better value than Leo Varadkar to be next Taoiseach

Clearly, I enjoy what I do as chair of the Port. It’s great to be in a position to get things done

Clearly, I enjoy what I do as chair of the Port. It’s great to be in a position to get things done

The man behind the Port of Cork’s proposed new urban village, John Mullins, has a very personal motivation for rejuvenating an area he remembers from his childhood as derelict and neglected

Hapless Ringmaster At Crazytown Circus

Hapless Ringmaster At Crazytown Circus

US president Donald Trump is left reeling from the fallout of Bob Woodward’s book Fear and the publication of an anonymous op-ed criticising him in the New York Times