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Boucher admits regretting some decisions in run-up to bank crisis

Boucher admits regretting some decisions in run-up to bank crisis

Bono joins dream team for tech start-up

Bono joins dream team for tech start-up

Family of Japanese hoteliers are new owners of Abbeville

Family of Japanese hoteliers are new owners of Abbeville

l Nishida family owns one of the largest hotel groups in Japan. No decision yet on what to do with former taoiseach Haughey’s house and its grounds

Doctors’ union excluded from GP contract talks

Doctors’ union excluded from GP contract talks

Drinking in pubs is good for you, says Lord Iveagh in attack on cheap drink

Drinking in pubs is good for you, says Lord Iveagh in attack on cheap drink

Traveller case dismissed as state readies admissions bill

Traveller case dismissed as state readies admissions bill

As the government readies legislation which will change the rules that schools can use to control student admission, last week the Supreme Court dismissed a landmark discrimination case against a school which had denied a place to a Traveller. The co

Taoiseach’s top official quizzed over conflicts in Fennelly evidence

Taoiseach’s top official quizzed over conflicts in Fennelly evidence

TAKING FLIGHT: Walsh gears up for new Aer Lingus bid

TAKING FLIGHT: Walsh gears up for new Aer Lingus bid

IAG to make final move as Labour and union resistance to deal wanes

Landlord group to meet environment minister

Landlord group to meet environment minister

A group representing landlords is set for crunch talks with environment minister Alan Kelly this week over plans to introduce a package of measures designed to curb rent increases and improve tenant rights.

Waterford IT documents reveal tax settlements to Revenue

Waterford IT documents reveal tax settlements to Revenue

Confidential documents from the Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT) reveal a range of serious issues faced by the educational institute, including settlements to the Irish tax authority.

Prince Albert buys Donegal artist’s portrait of James Joyce

Prince Albert buys Donegal artist’s portrait of James Joyce

Plans to display piece in Princess grace library in Monaco

BoI gets €30m judgment against Smyth

BoI gets €30m judgment against Smyth

Bank of Ireland has registered a judgment against businessman Liam Smyth and several family members.

Aer Lingus staff change tack to support IAG’s takeover bid

Aer Lingus staff change tack to support IAG’s takeover bid

Aer Lingus staff support IAG’s move to buy the former national carrier, an email from a key trade union official to the airline’s new chief executive has indicated.

State faces €40m bill over delayed transfer of water treatment plants

State faces €40m bill over delayed transfer of water treatment plants

The state has been landed with a bill of up to €40m due to the late transfer of water treatment plants from county councils to Irish Water, despite warnings from the Department of Finance that late transfers cold be extremely costly to the state.

DPP moves to postpone Quinn family’s IBRC case

DPP moves to postpone Quinn family’s IBRC case

The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) is seeking to postpone the hearing of the Quinn family’s case against the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation over fears that it may affect a DPP case regarding former Anglo Irish Bank chief execu