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Facebook Marketplace breaches EU antitrust laws, says Commission
UK to cut banking controls and axe EU rules in bid for growth
Newsletter: What's going on with plans to give workers a better work-life balance?
A new transatlantic airline will begin flying from Belfast next summer
FactCheck: Is the State the ‘biggest player in housing’?
Posting through it: The deepening absurdity of online billionaire behaviour
Carl Kinsella
Permanent TSB becomes latest bank to raise interest on fixed rate mortgages
Government 'will be there to help' as Irish job losses at Meta expected to begin this morning
State to sell off further 8% stake in AIB, Donohoe announces
Tech companies expanded ‘a little too quickly’, Varadkar says
UK's 'largest ever outbreak of bird flu' prompts legal order to keep poultry indoors
Expected interest rate hike may help 'contain' house prices, says Varadkar
Housing minister welcomes mortgage rule change but concerns raised about house price increases
Central Bank rule change: First-time buyers to be able to borrow four times gross income
'Fraggle Rock, a father's tears and Lesley the Viking' - A weekend at Manchester City
Spotify acquires Dublin-based tech firm Kinzen to detect harmful content
Elon Musk offers to end legal fight and buy Twitter for original offer price of $44 billion
FactCheck: Is the renters' €500 tax credit just worth seven days' rent in Dublin?
New tax credit worth €500 to be introduced for renters
Irish State no longer a shareholder in Bank of Ireland following sale of shares
'Absurd and frightening': How high could 'skyrocketing' energy prices go this winter?
The Glider: Could Belfast's tram-like bendy bus be the model for other Irish cities?
Revealed: The makes, models and test centres with the highest (and lowest) NCT pass rates
Property prices have now reached the same level as the Celtic Tiger peak - CSO
Elon Musk accuses Twitter of fraud in countersuit over abandoned $44 billion takeover
Ex IBM manager: Pay, political neglect and public indifference all to blame for cyber failings
NI businesses experiencing a 'feast or famine' economy due to protocol - report
Michael O'Leary hits out at 'unprecedented handling delays' amid Ryanair summer recovery
Financial advisor warns against hoax crypto ads featuring Leo Varadkar and other public figures
Tracker mortgage rates to rise after ECB hike interest rates by 0.5%
Elon Musk says he is terminating $44 billion Twitter buyout deal
New low-cost loan scheme for small businesses announced by Government
Price hikes: Electric Ireland to raise gas and electricity for second time in three months
Explainer: What counts as EU funding and where does it go?
Survey places Dublin among most expensive cities for international workers
High-earning public servants to have pay restored, as Varadkar admits timing 'isn't the best'
Elon Musk's €41 billion bid to buy Twitter gets unanimous approval from shareholders
Elon Musk addresses Twitter staff, targets 1 billion users and a website 'you can't live without'
Parents of Irish teenage Instagram users can now supervise their child's account
Musk accuses Twitter of withholding data and threatens to withdraw bid