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Tracker mortgage scandal: Ulster Bank made €100 million by overcharging customers
The bank said it is working to pay back all of this money, but TDs and senators were critical of the progress it has made so far.
'We felt we had the win in the bag': Carty and Connacht on revenge mission in Cardiff
They head to Arms Park tomorrow hoping to avenge a 17-15 home loss to Cardiff in September.
Russia pledges "adequate reprisals" after Obama expels Russian diplomats
Barack Obama has announced a series of sanctions in retaliation for the alleged US election hack by Russia.
Cologne have sent a bill to Augsburg's goalkeeper after he damaged their pitch with his antics
And there was Marwin Hitz thinking an apology would put the controversy to bed.
AIB is going to start paying billions back to the Irish State
Michael Noonan said this lays the ground work for recovering the full value of the taxpayer’s €20.8 billion investment in the bank.
TDs have given back €140,000 in allowances - but who gave €3.63?
And who returned a whopping €6.89?
Permanent TSB is going to give a little bit of its bailout money back
The bank wants to raise €525 million from private investors and most of that will go to the government.
The Universal Social Charge isn't going anywhere - Noonan
Michael Noonan says it’s here for the “foreseeable future”.
Ireland can offload a big chunk of its bailout debts early, thanks to Sweden
The government could have another €400m in the coffers each year now it has struck a deal.
AIB will return the €21bn taxpayers pumped into it, but don't hold your breath on when
Here’s what the bank’s chief would reveal today about how long that will take…
Homeowners are stepping up problem mortgage repayments - but it's not enough to solve the arrears crisis
Meanwhile, new mortgage approvals have hit a three year high, with over €400 million approved in the second quarter.
The NTMA has cut its payback requirements for 2016 by €2 billion
The move makes Ireland’s debt repayment schedule easier to handle.
Phone thieves accidentally send awkward DIY porn to their victim
As if being robbed wasn’t punishment enough.
Joe Brolly is playing with the Dublin team in a charity match tonight
The All-Ireland champions are playing their first match since their triumph in Parnell Park this evening.