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'Seas of steel' and 'hell on Earth': Why dozens of solar farms are in planning limbo
Union bosses have written to the government to call out 'clear hypocrisy from a state beneficiary'
A warehouse manager fired for leaving work to help his 'trapped wife' has been awarded €20k
A warehouse manager fired for leaving work to help his 'trapped wife' has been awarded €20k
Here's what you need to know about Facebook's rejigged tax model
'Seas of steel' and 'hell on Earth': Why dozens of solar farms are in planning limbo
'A victory for common sense': New rules clear the way for dogs in cafés and pubs
'A victory for common sense': New rules clear the way for dogs in cafés and pubs
Zero-hour contracts will be outlawed in most cases under new laws
Veteran broadcaster Tom McGurk was hit with a tax bill of €75,000
Apple has agreed to hand over €13bn in back taxes to Ireland
'It's damaging the image of the city': Galway's traffic could be costing it jobs
'A victory for common sense': New rules clear the way for dogs in cafés and pubs
The overdue Metro North is holding back plans for a 'civic space' at Stephen's Green
'It's damaging the image of the city': Galway's traffic could be costing it jobs
The overdue Metro North is holding back plans for a 'civic space' at Stephen's Green
The TV licence fee 'should be replaced' with a Revenue-enforced household charge
'A rigged system': Oxfam claims Ireland is a tax haven by EU standards
Poll: Should Ireland introduce a land tax?
Why bookies are fighting for laws that would see them face tougher regulation
The overdue Metro North is holding back plans for a 'civic space' at Stephen's Green
How officials stop tourists overrunning Ireland's 'golden geese' of attractions
'It's damaging the image of the city': Galway's traffic could be costing it jobs
Locals stall plans from 'bad neighbours' Trinity College to rent student beds to tourists
'We need high-quality public transport. Cork and Galway should get light rail'
How officials stop tourists overrunning Ireland's 'golden geese' of attractions
Locals stall plans from 'bad neighbours' Trinity College to rent student beds to tourists
Ikea ordered to pay €35k to a man who hit his head on an advertising board
Irish insurance brokers could soon be made to reveal their commissions
Dublin loses out on bid to host European Banking Authority after Paris picked out of hat
How officials stop tourists overrunning Ireland's 'golden geese' of attractions
'We need high-quality public transport. Cork and Galway should get light rail'
Locals stall plans from 'bad neighbours' Trinity College to rent student beds to tourists
'There's a lesson to be learned': Push to reveal details of Sugarman bank probe
Retailers say they're being targeted with rates hikes to pay for discounts elsewhere
Here are the key leaks from the Paradise Papers - and why they matter
New stats reveal Limerick has some of Ireland's most disadvantaged areas
An Ireland-based company is being probed over how it pushes anti-addiction drugs
From Mrs Brown to Mr O'Brien: The Paradise Papers' Irish connections
Bono says he's 'extremely distressed' by Paradise Papers leaks about his financial affairs