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A long, hot summer warms up Fee G’s sales

A long, hot summer warms up Fee G’s sales

Former An Post fraudster to help SMEs spot trouble

Former An Post fraudster to help SMEs spot trouble

Inventor Lucey tees up robot golf venture

Inventor Lucey tees up robot golf venture

New report warns of a 7,214 nursing home bed shortfall by 2026

New report warns of a 7,214 nursing home bed shortfall by 2026

O’Reilly: bad governance at the heart of the INM debacle

O’Reilly: bad governance at the heart of the INM debacle

Former chief executive ‘shocked and saddened’ as High Court inspectors poised to inspect activities in media group

Courtroom sketch: Kelly shows both wit and wrath to INM in his ruling

Courtroom sketch: Kelly shows both wit and wrath to INM in his ruling

The president of the High Court brushed aside all of INM’s objections in a devastating judgment, writes Barry J Whyte

A nightmare on Talbot Street

A nightmare on Talbot Street

Last week, the High Court ruled that inspectors could investigate the innermost goings-on at Independent News & Media, following a series of amazing allegations being made against it. Nobody knows what the future now holds for the troubled newspaper group

Government to overhaul property tax rates to avoid steep hikes ahead of election

Government to overhaul property tax rates to avoid steep hikes ahead of election

New plan aims to have homeowners pay roughly the same as under old system

CervicalCheck scheme in doubt as US labs threaten to quit Ireland

CervicalCheck scheme in doubt as US labs threaten to quit Ireland

Harris vows to double number of civilians in Garda Síochána

Harris vows to double number of civilians in Garda Síochána

Sunday Business Post is acquired by Kilcullen Kapital

Sunday Business Post is acquired by Kilcullen Kapital

Opposition mounts to plan to sell Magdalene site

Opposition mounts to plan to sell Magdalene site

During last weekend’s visit by Pope Francis to Ireland, the site on Sean McDermott Street in central Dublin was a key symbolic focal point for protests against the Catholic Church’s record on abuse and exploitation in institutions and by clergy

Fears for survival of hundreds of post offices

Fears for survival of hundreds of post offices

Postmasters who turned down redundancy deal will not have enough customers for contract

North could slash environment standards to win business post-Brexit

North could slash environment standards to win business post-Brexit

The current cross-border cooperation on such issues as migratory birds, waste management, and the protection of diverse habitats could break down in the aftermath of Brexit, according to a policy paper by lobbying group the Environmental Pillar

McGowan: Housing will bring this country to its knees

McGowan: Housing will bring this country to its knees

The builder who was found to have made corrupt payments to Ray Burke has written a memoir about the ‘lessons’ of a life in property development