A new AIB report looked at the state of the Irish pub sector and made some predictions for 2018.
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The Financial Times reported the firm’s European asset management business is coming to the Irish capital.
New plans for JJ Smyth’s will see the music venue replaced with 19 bedrooms.
The country’s much-publicised 12.5% rate isn’t going anywhere.
Dunnes Stores, Debenhams and other retailers have announced countrywide closures.
The publisher issued a statement announcing the departure.
Businesses have complained the sector was ‘arbitrarily singled out’.
A new ‘urban quarter’ has been flagged for the historic St James’s Gate site.
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The budget airline said it was causing flight delays after previously accusing passengers of ‘flouting’ the rules.
The power link is expected to bring down electricity costs for consumers.
The Taoiseach also shared his thoughts on Donald Trump.
The government has flagged a ‘carrot and stick’ approach to making more houses available.
Predict conference is coming to the RDS in October.
UK operator Go-Ahead has emerged as the preferred bidder.
Property giant Hines and its partner Peterson will spend €75m on redeveloping the site.
Skinny Malinkys beat four other shortlisted entries in the public vote.