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Economy will suffer unless we can make Ireland a better place to live and work

Real pressure points are forming in the economy. The favourable winds that helped bring our unemployment rate down from 15pc in 2011 to below 7pc now are shifting. One of the problems for Ireland is remaining attractive as a place […]

Almost 5,000 rental properties in the pipeline for South Dublin

Up to 4,700 residential rental units are in the pipeline for Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council area. This could generate a 29pc increase in rental accommodation units in the area

Microsoft to create 200 new jobs in Dublin

Microsoft is to create 200 new jobs at its Inside Sales organisation in Dublin.

Here’s how much house prices are rising every day around the country with no slowdown in sight

House prices are expected to increase by at least 10pc next year as economists warn Ireland’s housing crisis won’t be solved any time soon.

Ten things women need to know about pensions

Women get a raw deal on pensions. Fewer of them work outside the home, and they often get paid less when they do take up paid employment. Many work only part-time.

Supporting female entrepreneurship benefits everyone

When women play a smaller role in growing the economy, we all lose out. Women make up 50pc of the population and the female employment rate is more than 55pc.

Women fear they won’t have enough to fund retirement

Large numbers of women are worried they will not have enough money when they retire, with fewer men concerned about a funds shortfall.

Jobless figure lowest since 2008

Over 48,000 unemployed people got jobs in the last year as the number of people out of work plummeted to its lowest point in nine years.

Reprieve for ‘Help-to-Buy’ scheme on cards after backing

Moves by Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy to scrap the ‘Help-to-Buy’ scheme may be in doubt after the State-backed lender charged with ramping up house building endorsed the policy.

Brexit transition period could last up to four years – Coveney

A post Brexit transition period could last up to four years, Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney has said.

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