It is understood the Department of Housing asked Airbnb and similar sites for in-depth information on how the platforms were being used in Ireland, beyond what the companies had provided
Kilcullen is led by entrepreneur Enda O’Coineen, who is a former journalist and publisher
Louth councillor John McGahon is being investigated in relation to his role in an incident in Dundalk in the early hours of June 16
The records show that the American Chamber of Commerce raised 'current delays in processing and how this impacts client companies' during a meeting with the Department of Business Enterprise and Innovation
Louis Murray, the former operator of La Stampa and the Dawson Hotel, has parted ways with his legal team on the brink of an eight-day Commercial Court trial against AIB due to a 'fundamental breakdown in trust'
Rena Maycock decided to develop the software after repeatedly trying to block the image of the body of Alan Kurdi, the three-year-old Syrian boy whose body was washed up on a beach in Turkey in 2015, from her social media networks
Loan documents suggest that companies may have been set up with the express purpose of funding applications for the visa scheme, raising questions about how widespread the use of debt may have been
The government’s reluctance to bring building issues to light means it still has plenty of questions to answer
There are thousands of children going to school in some 1,300 prefabs located in 345 primary and secondary schools around the country
Millions in military goods sent to kingdom; Dublin stock exchange becomes major hub for Riyadh
The rapid-build modular family hubs were announced as part of the government’s housing package to help the 10,000 people currently living in emergency hotel and B&B accommodation
President appears to kick action over the Khashoggi killing to Congress
A spokesman for Gallagher described the accident as 'a minor incident, no emergency services of any type were required'