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#The Boom

# the-boom - Friday 21 September, 2018

You probably won't believe how much money Bertie Ahern spent on makeup back when he was Taoiseach
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From The Daily Edge
# The Boom

You probably won't believe how much money Bertie Ahern spent on makeup back when he was Taoiseach

Sep 21st 2018, 11:17 AM 13,696 Views 6 Comments

Even if you wanted to spend that much in a week, you’d find it tough.

# the-boom - Sunday 11 March, 2018

It's 'unlikely' big housebuilders will buy any of the remaining 250 ghost estates
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# The Boom

It's 'unlikely' big housebuilders will buy any of the remaining 250 ghost estates

Mar 11th 2018, 12:00 PM 22,906 Views 98 Comments

Asset management firm Investec says there are ‘few if any’ opportunities for the main construction firms.

# the-boom - Thursday 17 November, 2016

Investors blamed for 'dramatic' rise in Dublin house prices
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# Vicious Circle

Investors blamed for 'dramatic' rise in Dublin house prices

Nov 17th 2016, 2:57 PM 16,821 Views 31 Comments

Rising prices are forcing people into the rental market, pushing rents up and making properties more attractive to landlords.

# the-boom - Saturday 28 September, 2013

Micheál Martin: Social partnership wasn't equipped for the economic boom
# Celtic Tiger
# Celtic Tiger

Micheál Martin: Social partnership wasn't equipped for the economic boom

Sep 28th 2013, 7:30 AM 3,945 Views 51 Comments

Martin said that there were a number of mistakes made by the Fianna Fáil administration during its 14 years in office.

# the-boom - Saturday 28 July, 2012

9 videos that sum-up Ireland's banking and economic collapse
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# Memories

9 videos that sum-up Ireland's banking and economic collapse

Jul 28th 2012, 8:15 AM 9,390 Views 25 Comments

“We are where we are” and “we all partied”. We look back at those turbulent two years that led us towards Ireland’s current economic state.