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Irish exports hit their highest-ever level in 2021 while trade with Northern Ireland surged
Irish utility contracting firm to create 150 new jobs
'Financially, I'm in a pickle': Your stories of coping with the cost-of-living squeeze
NFTs remain a mystery to most Irish people but a quarter would consider buying one
Explainer: Who benefits from the €200 electricity rebate and how do I make sure I do?
Wordle moved to New York Times website and winning streaks reset
Are you struggling with the rising cost of living in Ireland? We want to hear your story
Targeted welfare payments would ease cost of living pressure on lower-income workers, experts say
Traditional remedies might not work. So how will we cure the surging cost of living?
Amazon raises price of Prime membership despite soaring profits
Explainer: Why is everything more expensive?
Ryanair ranked worst short-haul airline for Covid refunds
No let up in cost of living surge in January as Eurozone inflation hits a record high
Revolut takes 'first steps' toward offering loans and bank accounts to Irish users
Permanent TSB apologises after 'technical issues' meant some customers didn't get wages
Ireland's advertising watchdog aware of 'increasing concern' over misleading cryptocurrency ads
People working from home can return to offices 'on a phased basis' from next week
Explainer: What does Ireland's new public holiday actually mean for workers and employers?
Road safety fears raised over relaxation of lorry driver resting time rules
No change to hospitality restrictions until February at the earliest, Taoiseach confirms
As 'unprecedented' inflation bites, the gap between Irish used and new car prices is tightening
Irish shoppers splashed out on clothes and DIY supplies in the lead-up to Christmas
Irish corporation tax revenues set to decline from 2023 onwards, says Donohoe
Ireland reports record €68.4 billion tax take for 2021 - an annual increase of almost 20%
Supermarkets and hauliers struggling with 'higher than normal' rates of staff shortages
'Absenteeism': Union officials hit out at use of term to describe workers out for Covid reasons
Ibec boss warned Taoiseach that climate budget could cost economy €7.8bn a year
Incoming cold snap looks likely to bring inflated Irish energy bills with it in early 2022
'We can get through Omicron and overcome it' - Taoiseach
State to sell 15% chunk of its AIB stake over the next six months, Donohoe announces
Brexit drives slump in Irish imports from Britain while cross-border trade flourishes
Permanent TSB signs agreement to buy €7 billion of Ulster Bank mortgages and 25 branches
'Wild West': Private fertility sector making millions as patients left in debt
Irish trade and politics are being transformed by Brexit - but how? What can we expect in 2022?
Irish consumer prices rise 5.3% during biggest annual increase in 20 years
Govt says it was 'too complicated' to bring in targeted hospitality supports and instead extends EWSS
Minister announces €50 million boost for live entertainment with extra €3 million for pantos
Amazon server outage hits thousands of Disney+ and Netflix customers
Shop workers facing 'worrying' rise in verbal abuse from customers this Christmas
'We've had 3,400 cancellations in 3 weeks': Restaurants say Christmas trade has been 'decimated'