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18 May 2018 02:29 Director spared jail for €340k Vat fraud

An 81-year-old company director who failed to pay almost €340,000 in Vat returns which had been paid to his company by customers was given a two-and-a-half-year suspended jail sentence yesterday. Michael Grimes of Kilpatrick, Innishannon, Co Cork, was sentenced at Cork Circuit Criminal Court. None of the money was ever sent to Revenue. Judge Brian O’Callaghan 2

10 May 2018 05:20 Building firm CRH is no longer Ireland's biggest company as a familiar name shoots to the top of the tree

Tech giant Apple has made a meteoric rise up the leaderboard of the country’s largest businesses. BUILDING SUPPLIES FIRM CRH has lost its title as Ireland’s largest company to one of the world’s biggest tech giants. According to The Irish Times Top 1000 Companies 2018 table, Apple has claimed the top position and is now the largest company in the Republic 2

10 April 2018 13:50 People have been queuing in the rain for houses in Dublin since Monday morning

A LARGE GROUP of people is currently sitting in the pouring rain in a bid to secure a deposit on a home in Dublin 15. Would-be house buyers started queuing at 6am on Monday morning to reserve a house in the new Beechwood development on the outskirts of Clonsilla. The houses go on sale on Friday at noon. The homes range from between 300k to 500k and the small 7

27 March 2018 23:00 500 people awaiting organs, despite record year of transplants

There are still 500 people waiting for replacement organs, despite 2017 being a record year of transplants for Irish patients, when 327 organs were transplanted last year into 321 patients. Organ Donor Awareness Week is celebrating 40 years since the first donor cards were issued in Ireland. In Ireland, 3,500 transplant recipients are enjoying an extended 4

27 March 2018 02:07 Cost of average home in Dublin now at €440,000

However, the rate of increase has slowed dramatically and, according to analysts, this signifies that Central Bank rules are beginning to slow price growth. A study by Real Estate Alliance reveals that the rate of increase in the cost of a three-bed, semi-detached house in Dublin slowed to 0.5% in the first quarter. The cost of the average semi in Dublin 7

18 March 2018 16:00 The Sinn Féin bookstore made €350,000 last year... but things could still be better

The company has closed its retail outlet and now concentrates on internet sales. THE SINN FÉIN Book Shop had a turnover of over €350,000 last year, but losses at the company continue to mount. The book shop has ceased to sell via its physical store in Dublin as of October 2017 with all sales now conducted via the internet. The online shop, which is run by a company 3

13 March 2018 00:00 Whiskey warning over trade war

A trade war between the EU and US would be much more damaging to the Irish whiskey industry than the impact of Brexit on other agri-food sectors, producers have warned. The Irish Whiskey Association is “gravely concerned” that Irish spirits will become embroiled in an EU-US trade war. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar is to raise trade and tariffs between Europe 8

05 March 2018 20:26 Toyota to cease all production of diesel cars this year

It said sales of diesel cars have fallen dramatically in Ireland. JAPANESE CAR MAKER Toyota has said that it will phase out production of all diesel engine cars by the end of this year. With sales of diesel cars falling in Ireland, the company said it would help to contribute to a zero emissions society with its decision. Toyota will now focus on making 10

04 March 2018 11:31 A 'wonder drug' used to treat alcoholism may not be as effective as previously thought

Anti-spasticity drug baclofen has more recently been used to treat alcohol addiction. A MEDICATION THAT had been hailed as “a wonder drug” to treat alcoholism has been found by a new study to less effective than had previously been hoped. Baclofen has been used since the 1970s primarily as an anti-spasticity treatment but more recently it has been used as a treatment 31

02 March 2018 12:22 A Spanish takeaway giant has splashed out €10.7m for a big slice of Apache Pizza

The deal represents Telepizza’s first move into the Irish market. A SPANISH GROUP has acquired a majority stake in the Irish-based takeaway chain Apache Pizza in a deal worth up to €10.7 million. The deal is a joint venture between Telepizza and OKR, the operator of Burger King franchises in Ireland. Telepizza announced the deal as part of its annual 17