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This month
July 2024
Boeing to avoid criminal trial after deal over two crashes, one of which killed Irish aid worker
Taxi fare hike proposed by regulator for later this year
Harris tells lenders he wants to see cost of mortgage repayments fall 'as quickly as they rose'
The TV licence fee should be abolished and replaced with State funding - media committee
Corporation tax boosts overall tax take for first half of 2024
Up to 200 jobs at risk as medical tech plant to close in Drogheda
No more Nama: 'bad bank' to shut after 16 years
Last month
June 2024
What's with these new lids? It's the EU's next step to cut down on single-use plastics
Ryanair's Michael O'Leary to discuss impact of Dublin passenger cap with TDs next week
New savings plans are essentially offering Irish consumers free money - but will they take it?
May 2024
'Strong likelihood' ECB will cut interest rates in the coming weeks is now, officially, a thing of the past
Calls for social media giants to 'come down on top of' accounts advertising fake euro notes
Some accounts seen by The Journal advertised counterfeit banknotes claiming to be “100% undetectable”.
Probe into Facebook and Instagram launched over possible online 'rabbit holes' affecting minors
Government to review research on impact of sick pay before making decision on future increases
What does the EU do? And what can it legislate and regulate?
Here are all the things that are in the EU’s exclusive remit to legislate and regulate.
Debunked: Deepfaked Michael O’Leary appears in scam ad pushing financial platform ‘Ryan Chain’
Warnings that parking will be 'tight' as Dublin Airport prepares for busy Bank Holiday weekend
Dublin Airport seeking to operate the same private car park it tried to buy after bid blocked
April 2024
Debunked: The Ukraine Credit Guarantee Scheme is not closed to Irish businesses. It's for them.
Value of farmland jumped by double-digits last year, with Waterford the priciest
Tired after a long day of video calling for work? It might be because of your face, study says
Excitement, surprise and A LOT OF CAPS after Taylor Swift releases new 31-track album
The tangled web of the Butterlys' business dealings over the years
The Butterly family presided over a wide network of businesses in its heyday – but many shut or went into receivership during the financial crisis.
UK's youth smoking ban plans would likely be enforced in NI (even if the DUP is against it)
The DUP’s seven MPs all voted against the Tobacco and Vapes Bill in the House of Commons.
Ireland's biggest private landlord brands its €1,800 average rents 'undervalued'
A united Ireland would cost €20 billion every year for 20 years, says study
The GAA says there's nothing funny about Supermac's April Fool's joke
Private company submits 'concept plans' for new terminal between runways at Dublin Airport
March 2024
Two young sisters from Dublin organise Easter egg drive for children in Temple Street Hospital
Bauer Media is buying ANOTHER regional station, this time it south-east's Beat 102-103
Here's What Happened Today: Friday
Planned increase to excise duties could put petrol stations near border 'under grave threat'
Airport passenger cap 'a concern' for JetBlue as new Dublin route aims to reduce airfares
US lawmakers pass bill to ban TikTok nationwide if Chinese owners don't sell the app
Fertility, income and the Six Nations: The stats showing the different lives of Irish men and women
Reddit aims to raise over $500 million in stock market debut
Paschal Donohoe appears to rule himself out for the top IMF job
Man and woman arrested in Dublin in connection with money laundering offences