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 2022-12-06 05:55 

Irish Times

Sell or stick: What to do with property investment I am still paying the bill for in retirement...

Q&A: With buy-to-let still delivering income as planned, the key question is whether you can still afford the mortgage...

 2022-12-06 05:50 

Irish Times

Market for development land robust despite headwinds...

Some 337 million in sales completed in first three quarters with more to come by year's end despite rising interest rates and funding challenges...

 2022-12-06 05:48 

Irish Times

‘We expect to see more opportunities coming to the market and a new wave of investors’...

Some buyers who took out five-year debt terms in 2017 or 2018 will struggle to refinance in the current market and will have to sell...

 2022-12-06 05:45 

Irish Times

Value and opportunity underpin resurgent demand for retail assets...

Investor appetite for retail parks reflects strong performance during Covid and internet resilience....

 2022-12-06 05:35 

Irish Times

Hibernia Reit and Salesforce HQ sales drive spend on commercial property towards €6bn...

'Pricing is the only inhibitor to transactions, as opposed to a lack of investor demand'...

 2022-12-06 05:31 

Irish Times

‘The negative experience that single parents can have on dating apps is seeing kids referred to as baggage’...

Dating as a single parent: is it better to connect with someone who also has children? At what stage should you mention yours? What do you want from a relationship? These are among the questions to consider...

 2022-12-06 05:30 

Irish Times

‘I threw up in front of two Kardashians. I don’t think this is a big memory for them. Only for me’...

Greta Gerwig tells Maureen Dowd about making Barbie, working in front of and behind the camera and collaborating with her partner, Noah Baumbach...

 2022-12-06 05:30 

Irish Times

New pension options now available for business owners and the self-employed...

Insurers offering such pensions had stopped taking new business last year because of strict EU regulations, but have now found ways to return to the market...

 2022-12-06 05:30 

Irish Times

Stockwatch: ECB puts the boot into bitcoin...

Central bankers say bitcoin is on 'the road to irrelevance', but it is still capable of bouncing back...

 2022-12-06 05:28 

Irish Times

How a nearby island’s almost extinct Gaelic language has been brought back to life...

Manx, which is deeply intertwined in hundreds of years of the Isle of Man's history, is now becoming part of the island's future...

 2022-12-06 05:15 

Irish Times

History suggests 2023 will be better for shares...

Stocktake...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Bringing it all back home: how Malakai Fekitoa is inspiring a new Tongan generation...

The centre is acutely aware that his exploits with Munster are being avidly followed by plenty of young rugby fans in his homeland...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Streaming king Netflix has royalty-obsessed British media eating out of its hand...

Two trailers for its Harry & Meghan docu-series have won easy publicity for the US platform...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

The commercialisation of deep tech research is driving benefits for Ireland Inc...

From the cure for dry and sore eyes to automating energy savings, Enterprise Ireland's Big Ideas is a nursery for innovative thinking whose success over the last decade accounts for more than 1,500 high-value jobs, and over 120 million spent in econom...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

The Irish State is 100 years old. Why is nobody celebrating?...

Ambivalence about the date is down to the Civil War and Partition...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Makhlouf cautions against chatter about end to rate increases...

Central Bank governor says it is premature to look to a cessation of interest rate hikes...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Regional qualifiers for national open, intermediate A and intermediate B pairs championship finals held over the weekend...

Bridge Notes: Northern Ireland pairs championship won by Ken Hammond and Eric Lesage...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Value stocks priced for more outperformance...

The most expensive US growth stocks still look pricey relative to the rest of the market...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

How to get the best out of a Christmas market holiday...

Travel help desk: Make the most of last-minute deals on offer via travel agents...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Core unionist hostility to united Ireland vote would be big problem for state success...

Analysis: Sizeable minority of voters from a Protestant background are strongly opposed to unity...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

A united Ireland would be ‘like Brexit: so many knock-on effects’...

Prospect of unity brings a mix of hope and pragmatism to one Co Roscommon bar...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

The Irish Department of Finance 1959-99: A lively account of Ireland’s rise from bust to boom...

Short, readable study manages to tell a broader Irish story through decades of machinations on Merrion Street...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Resources need to be put into the promised reform of policing...

Biggest risk to An Garda Sochna, having come through a seemingly intractable crisis, is it becomes complacent on shallow reform...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Resale royalties: Will Irish artists ever get their fair dues?...

Artists are entitled to a royalty each time their work is resold. More than a decade after the law changed, why do so few get any money as their work changes hands?...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael convey a collective tin ear on housing...

Government's seemingly laconic response to the ongoing housing crisis is facilitating the rise of Sinn Fin...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Landlords living overseas face tighter tax rules on rental income...

Revenue demands that tenants retain 20% of rent for tax or that landlord appoints collection agent...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Fintan O’Toole: In many ways the Irish State has still to create itself...

For the first 50 years after independence there were good arguments against the utility of the State; but then came two transformative moments...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

The time for climate action is now...

Climate change impacts every facet of society and is the responsibility of everyone from policymakers to big business to individuals to take action...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

United Ireland ‘almost impossible to accept’, say large minority of Protestant voters...

Poll indicates hard core of unionist voters who would be fiercely opposed to unity...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Gerry Thornley: This season’s Champions Cup looks more competitive than ever...

Revised Champions Cup format makes Europe's premier rugby trophy harder to win than ever...

 2022-12-06 05:00 

Irish Times

Protestants who find Irish unity ‘impossible to accept’ more likely to be male and working class...

Poll findings suggest opposition to Irish unification among Protestant unionists is widely prevalent and intense...

 2022-12-06 04:49 

Irish Times

Gifts for book lovers, recommended by book lovers...

The right book makes the perfect Christmas gift. From novels to music memoirs to biographies and more, some of Ireland's familiar faces recommend the books they've been enjoying this year...

 2022-12-06 04:30 

Irish Independent

Today at the World Cup: Quarter-final line-up set to be completed...

The World Cup's quarter-final line-up will be completed on Tuesday, with the remaining fixture slot to be filled by the winners from Portugal v Switzerland and Morocco v Spain....

 2022-12-06 04:30 

Irish Times

Stocktake: Have investors become complacent about a US recession?...

Recent rally may be close to its end point as investors are 'overbought and overconfident'...

 2022-12-06 04:26 

Irish Times

David Hope on Christmas: ‘Best memory? Serving drinks at the Irish embassy in Moscow’...

The singer/songwriter on a lifechanging Christmas present, celebrating those missing from the festive table and his first blue Santa...

 2022-12-06 04:05 

Irish Times

Ombudsman wrote to Taoiseach about ‘differential treatment’ of children seeking asylum...

Dr Niall Muldoon concerned that minors not from Ukraine 'treated less favourably'...

 2022-12-06 03:20 

Irish Independent

Kirstie Alley, mainstay of the screen in the 1980s and 1990s, dead at 71...

Kirstie Alley, whose role as Rebecca Howe in the US sitcom Cheers propelled her to stardom in the 1980s and 1990s, has died from cancer at the age of 71....

 2022-12-06 02:50 

Irish Independent

Big Bird and Kermit the Frog pay tribute to their 'friend' Bob McGrath...

Big Bird and Kermit The Frog have remembered their human "friend" Bob McGrath, following his death aged 90....

 2022-12-06 02:47 

RTE

Actress Kirstie Alley has died at the age of 71...

US actress Kirstie Alley has died from cancer at the age of 71....

 2022-12-06 02:45 

Irish Independent

Latest hearing in Harry's libel claim against Mail on Sunday publisher...

The latest hearing in the Duke of Sussex's libel claim against the publisher of The Mail on Sunday over an article about the duke's challenge against the Home Office over security arrangements is due to take place at the High Court....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

No points needed, as students to start degrees in Further Education colleges in radical CAO shake-up...

A radical shake-up in the college entry process will allow students to get straight into a degree programme without worrying about CAO points....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

Andrew Goodman using opportunity to 'pick Lancaster's brain'...

When it comes to succession planning, Leinster are generally very good....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

Concern over death of two adults from invasive form of Strep A infection as number of cases in children rises...

Two older adults have died in Ireland this year from the invasive form of Strep A infection and there is an increase reported among children, the HSE said yesterday....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

'I've been told, 'we don't want your kind here', and I'm seventh-generation Irish' the story of Ireland's Palatines...

Travel the roads around Rathkeale in Co Limerick, and you'll find some remarkable surnames.... Bovenizer, Ruttle, Teskey, Delmege, Shier....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

German regulator fines Carne Group for late document filing...

Carne Group, a global fund management company based in Dublin, has been fined by the German financial regulator for failing to file important shareholder documents on time....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

Why this Limerick dairy farmer switched to producing raw organic milk 18 years ago...

Limerick dairy farmer Sean Condon dropped back to once-a-day milking 20 years ago when his children were young, and he has never looked back....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

Warm childhood memories awaken the joy of Christmas...

Yesterday, as I went for my normal walk along the Corrib Walkway, I began to feel the festive spirit....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

'Power demand capacity would triple' number of data centres could hit 150 putting strain on gas supply and climate targets...

Ireland could have almost 150 data centres if all approved projects and those seeking planning permission go ahead....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

'A crazy journey' student's reindeers are flying off the shelves...

Christmas enterprise is paying off handsomely for teenager Anthony Gorman whose handmade Santa's reindeer decorations have snowballed into a business sensation....

 2022-12-06 02:30 

Irish Independent

Spirit Motor owner doubled profits while taking subsidies...

Pretax profits at the OHM Group, which distributes Jaguar and Land Rover brands here, soared by 90pc last year to 4.23m....

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