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Ireland to remain EU's fastest growing economy until the end of next year, say EU chiefs

Ireland to remain EU's fastest growing economy until the end of next year, say EU chiefs

European Commission predicts we will expand by 6 per cent this year - outstripping EU average by 1.9 per cent

Web Summit: Hotels body says event ignored special room deal

Web Summit: Hotels body says event ignored special room deal

Hotel room rates competitive for this time of year, according to the industry body

Most pensioners feel younger than their years

Most pensioners feel younger than their years

Retirees' biggest concern is health, not money

Farmer wins court battle to stop IDA taking his Co Kildare land

Farmer wins court battle to stop IDA taking his Co Kildare land

Thomas Reid fought objected attempts to acquire his farm by CPO claiming EU was acting as "stalking horses" for American companies

One third of students fear they lack real-world job skills

One third of students fear they lack real-world job skills

Health and education faculties offer best workplace integration

ISIF and Quadrant announce €100 million Irish office building fund

ISIF and Quadrant announce €100 million Irish office building fund

Aim is to make Ireland more attractive to FDI, will create 1,500 jobs

O'Leary €450 million richer since Ryanair began charm offensive

O'Leary €450 million richer since Ryanair began charm offensive

Share price doubles as airline loses surly attitude

Flights grounded over fears Isis blew up Metrojet

Flights grounded over fears Isis blew up Metrojet

20,000 British citizens stranded in Egypt

Newsround: what Thursday's papers say

Newsround: what Thursday's papers say

Apple now paying much more tax here, Oireachtas committee backs decriminalising drugs and Taoiseach says tell children it's normal to be unhappy sometimes

Bank of Ireland offers to help "vulnerable customers" with cash withdrawals less than €700

Bank of Ireland offers to help "vulnerable customers" with cash withdrawals less than €700

Move is a partial climbdown from announcement over restrictions on counter transactions

Irishman Saunders is new chief executive of FleishmanHillard

Irishman Saunders is new chief executive of FleishmanHillard

Saunders succeeds Dave Senay as leader of global communications firm

Noonan: Bank of Ireland €700 withdrawal ban 'surprising and unnecessary’

Noonan: Bank of Ireland €700 withdrawal ban 'surprising and unnecessary’

"I would welcome a clarification from Bank of Ireland on the issue," Noonan has said.

Irish Life workers to stage work stoppage in row over pay

Irish Life workers to stage work stoppage in row over pay

Union claims financial company is refusing to engage with its employees

Pay compensation to victims of NI child abuse, says inquiry head

Pay compensation to victims of NI child abuse, says inquiry head

"There should be a scheme to award financial compensation to those children who suffered abuse," Anthony Hart said

Eir hit with record fine over telemarketing offences

Eir hit with record fine over telemarketing offences

Company ordered to donate €15,000 to Pieta House, €10,000 to LauraLynn and €10,000 to Our Lady's Children's Hospital