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Freight company wins appeal against motor tax prosecution

Freight company wins appeal against motor tax prosecution

Freight industry has welcomed court decision but claims tax laws are now outdated and need to be changed

EU orders Starbucks and Fiat to repay up to €30m each in taxes

EU orders Starbucks and Fiat to repay up to €30m each in taxes

The European Commission has ruled Luxembourg granted the companies selective tax advantages

DCU plans to expand campus and double student body

DCU plans to expand campus and double student body

DCU launches €323 million development programme

Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

Fyffes ends Belize banana imports over drugs link and Nama expects to reduce to 165 debtors by 2016

Workers in line for pay rises as more than 70% of firms plan wage increases

Workers in line for pay rises as more than 70% of firms plan wage increases

Ibec says companies to hike basic pay next year in line with two per cent awarded this year

Shoppers set to spend €109 million on Black Friday

Shoppers set to spend €109 million on Black Friday

US tradition has taken hold here with sales expected to be up 31 per cent this year

New governor of Central Bank announced

New governor of Central Bank announced

Professor Philip Lane will replace Patrick Honohan

Irish and Spaniards got poorer as Dutch and Germans prospered, ECB says

Irish and Spaniards got poorer as Dutch and Germans prospered, ECB says

Irish citizens lost more of their personal wealth than any other euro zone country after the financial crash

RTÉ's director-general Noel Curran to step down next May

RTÉ's director-general Noel Curran to step down next May

Curran announces his intention to stand down from next May after five years in charge at the national broadcaster

Investigation continues into death of man on Dublin-bound plane

Investigation continues into death of man on Dublin-bound plane

Woman has been detained in Cork on drug trafficking offences

Billy Walsh resignation: 'The hardest decision I've ever made'

Billy Walsh resignation: 'The hardest decision I've ever made'

'Protracted' negotiations with the boxing coach had been ongoing for months

Registrar to adjudicate developers’ land fight

Registrar to adjudicate developers’ land fight

Johnny Ronan and Greg Kavanagh are at loggerheads over access to a €40 million site in Dublin’s docklands

Wobbly stickers herald the final abolition of one and two cent coins

Wobbly stickers herald the final abolition of one and two cent coins

The Central Bank’s nationwide rounding project will kick off in ten days

Residents launch pyrite claim on Ballymore

Residents launch pyrite claim on Ballymore

The cases are being brought by owners in an upmarket North County Dublin estate built during the boom

New jets a ‘game changer’ for CityJet

New jets a ‘game changer’ for CityJet

Planes have a range of 3,000 kilometres which could see them fly from Dublin to Canada