Leo Varadkar says it ‘makes sense’ – but others argue it will hinder growth in second-tier cities.
Reports say the State is to invest another €10 million on top of the €20 million already pledged.
The government is still confident it will bring speedy internet access to rural areas.
The government spent almost €1m on maintaining and guarding vacant properties last year.
It was due to co-fund the €3 million project from the Dún Laoghaire Harbour Company.
The chair of Ireland’s Housing Agency is one of the government’s top advisors.
Only one firm is left in the running to build the long-delayed network.
The total cost of the claims could be in the region of €90m.
The IMF’s boss says such a measure could help close Europe’s generational divide.
EU rules will be rolled out in April to clamp down on acrylamide, which is found in chips.
The head of the construction lobby says some developers are paying people to drop complaints.
Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe had to fend off some fierce criticism at the global gathering.
A report has found that fraudulent complaints are often viewed as ‘victimless’.
Some of Ireland’s biggest developers claimed the ‘bad bank’ had broken the rules.
Dutch MEP Paul Tang said Ireland’s isn’t being a team player in the EU.
Many people who bought during the Celtic Tiger lost their homes to pyrite.
That’s according to a new report by the Society of Chartered Surveyors Ireland.
An Bord Pleanála rejected Cosgrave Property Group’s large-scale housing plan last year.
A new bill to beef up renters’ rights in Ireland has broad political support.
Councils have been told to clamp down on people hosting more than 60 nights a year.