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This year
Ryanair's revenues could take a hit after it was removed from travel agent websites
Last year
Irish film Flora and Son gets two spots on the Oscars shortlist for original music
Central Bank: GDP has declined, but Irish economy has grown in 2023
Norwegian ship hit by 'unidentified object' in Red Sea shortly after BP suspends operations
Zara apologises and pulls advert over claims it had similarities to scenes emerging from Gaza
Why Ireland's corporate tax bonanza could keep increasing - despite being riskier than ever
World could breach 1.5C warming threshold in the next seven years, study warns
COP28 president defends position on science of phasing out fossil fuels
Ryanair reveals 960 flights were axed in November due to Gaza conflict
Analysis: Should the government support drilling for gas off the coast of Mayo?
Irish consumers paying more than UK shoppers for some products this Christmas
Here's what happened today: Saturday
Guinness Storehouse voted world’s leading tourist attraction
Jeremy Hunt to announce UK tax cuts aimed at reviving stagnant economy
Founder of Binance crypto exchange admits failing to prevent money laundering
Elon Musk's X sues media non-profit over portrayal of site as full of antisemitism
Analysis: Suspicions grow that government schemes are pumping up new build house prices
IBM pulls ads from X after report says they appeared next to antisemitic posts
Chair of RTÉ board says there was a 'lapse of control' around the Toy Show Musical
Pfizer to cut 100 jobs at Newbridge plant as it scales down Covid-19 vaccine production
WeWork's expensive gamble is summed up by its plans in Dublin's Central Plaza
Corporation tax receipts fall by €1 billion in October, declining for a third consecutive month
WeWork planning to file for bankruptcy to restructure debts, according to reports
ArcelorMittal transfers ownership of Kazakh mine to state after 32 workers die in fire
Government may increase money available to businesses damaged by flooding, Eamon Ryan says
Paddy Cosgrave resigns as Web Summit CEO amid controversy over Israel comments
540 people face redundancy as Nestlé-owned baby formula plant in Limerick set to close
Wetherspoons selling pubs in Cork, Waterford and Carlow for €10m
Analysis: The government's three Budget policies which could throw €500m into a housing money pit
FTX Trial: Founder's top exec testifies against him in crypto-fraud trial
Why a former €98m company's poor fortunes could prove painful for Ireland's stock exchange
Irish GDP set to contract for the first time in over a decade, ESRI says
Corporation tax receipts fall to €1.8 billion in September, exchequer returns show
Intergenerational fairness? The question mark over making people 66 and older pay PRSI
Why a Dublin firm’s mega-merger has plunged the Irish stock exchange into an existential crisis
Apple to update iPhone 12 in France over radiation concerns from regulators
TikTok fined €345 million by Ireland's data watchdog over processing of children’s data
The Late Late Show bags new sponsor ahead of show's return tonight
Minister calls on Pepper to be 'absolutely clear' with customers about new fixed mortgage interest rate
The government's blind devotion to Help to Buy has likely cost Irish taxpayers €240 million