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Planning permission refused at Sean Dunne-linked Walford

Planning permission refused at Sean Dunne-linked Walford

Planning permission at a development linked to Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea has been refused.

Regling: Ireland was a country 'where no one was really in charge'

Regling: Ireland was a country 'where no one was really in charge'

Q4 of 2014 was busiest ever for Dublin office market

Q4 of 2014 was busiest ever for Dublin office market

Charlie without the Arms Trial is no Charlie at all

Charlie without the Arms Trial is no Charlie at all

The decision to dramatise the career of Charles Haughey, while ignoring his role in the existential crisis that threatened this state, makes RTE’s Charlie a headless dramatic chicken

Investors scrabble for last-chance tax relief  as Revenue extends the Section 481 deadline

Investors scrabble for last-chance tax relief as Revenue extends the Section 481 deadline

AIB staff seek guarantee over IT outsourcing plan

AIB staff seek guarantee over IT outsourcing plan

State to use power to claim post-bankruptcy income

State to use power to claim post-bankruptcy income

Govt to seek wage deal with unions and employers

Govt to seek wage deal with unions and employers

Coalition pushing for new ‘social partnership lite’ deal

Aer Lingus and IAG battle over bid price

Aer Lingus and IAG battle over bid price

Department of Finance resists bank inquiry requests for information

Department of Finance resists bank inquiry requests for information

Exiting Quinn Country: Aventas boss leaves Derrylin for Dublin

Exiting Quinn Country: Aventas boss leaves Derrylin for Dublin

O’Brien says his presence in Co Fermanagh is ‘no longer needed’ as liquidation of the Quinn Group’s assets nears final stages

Revenue targets first time buyers who get help from parents

Revenue targets first time buyers who get help from parents

Health service teeters on the brink as woes deepen

Health service teeters on the brink as woes deepen

Recruitment crisis has left numerous hospitals with unfilled posts; Public patients are being turned away because waiting lists are so long

Ireland’s health crisis: TEN things the special interest groups don’t want you to know

Ireland’s health crisis: TEN things the special interest groups don’t want you to know

After a week of ‘A&E crisis’ stories across all media outlets, The Sunday Business Post gets to the bottom of what is really going on in the Irish health service

Increase in personal debt deals in Q4 2014

Increase in personal debt deals in Q4 2014