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Leaders are important in politics.

Leaders are important in politics.

Who are the candidates for Taoiseach? The leaders of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil. But who is the leader of the left?

Food producers need more state supports

Food producers need more state supports

Government’s Reit programme attracts zero applications

Government’s Reit programme attracts zero applications

The extended immigrant investor programme has not attracted a single application,

Public sector pay-off limits budget options

Public sector pay-off limits budget options

Senators in a ruck over high tackle on rugby

Senators in a ruck over high tackle on rugby

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Property  tax  cut but  what’s  the  real  cost?

Property tax cut but what’s the real cost?

Property tax reductions have sparked arguments over funds for housing the homeless, and the fairness of the tax for Dubliners who pay more and subsidise poorer councils

Further tax cuts will worsen inequality

Further tax cuts will worsen inequality

In his first column for the Sunday Business Post, UCD lecturer Julien Mercille calls for a new balance

Will Catalonia finally choose to break away?

Will Catalonia finally choose to break away?

To Madrid’s annoyance, the disputed independence plebiscite goes ahead today in Catalonia

Profile: Michael Ashcroft

Profile: Michael Ashcroft

Are you right there, Michael?

Storytelling can sometimes do the heavy lifting

Storytelling can sometimes do the heavy lifting

Would a scripted and acted version of Purcell’s visit to Callinan cut to the core truth quicker?

Builders claim houses selling below cost

Builders claim houses selling below cost

Construction industry says a third of overheads go to exchequer

Gerry Adams: I understand why people don't believe me

Gerry Adams: I understand why people don't believe me

He made war, and then peace - but scandal, a dark history and economic recovery have stalled his rise

Vulture fund Cerberus to acquire Wallace loans

Vulture fund Cerberus to acquire Wallace loans

Watchdog: public sector pay may spiral without benchmarking

Watchdog: public sector pay may spiral without benchmarking

National Competitiveness Council warns unsustainable hikes could return in absence of wage setting

EXCLUSIVE: Nama and me - Johnny Ronan hits back

EXCLUSIVE: Nama and me - Johnny Ronan hits back

In startling new documents prepared for the banking inquiry, Ronan claims Nama was out to destroy him