Taoiseach Enda Kenny is to give a national televised address on Sunday night to coincide with Ireland's exit from the bailout programme.
The Revenue Commissioners had collected 13% of next year's Local Property Tax by the end of last month.
A leaked bailout report by the European Commission has suggested that a larger budget adjustment than planned may be required for 2015.
Unions at the ESB have begun to formally withdraw the threat of strike action which had threatened to trigger blackouts nationwide.
The European Commission has confirmed it will continue surveillance of Ireland's economic performance after the bailout until 75% of its bailout loans are repaid.
The National Treasury Management Agency has reduced the interest rates offered on State savings products.
ESB unions have warned that they will have an all-out strike on Monday 16 December if their dispute over pension arrangements is not resolved before then.
More than 2,000 Marks & Spencer workers across Ireland are to strike tomorrow in a row over a pension scheme.
Unions and management at Lufthansa Technik Airmotive have written to the LRC seeking assistance in negotiations on the threatened closure of the company with the loss of over 400 jobs.
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer has announced 150 redundancies at its plant in Newbridge, Co Kildare
Japan has agreed to lift its ban on Irish beef imports with immediate effect.
A report from the Competition Authority has found competition for load-on/load-off services in Dublin Port appears to be restricted, which could have an effect on the price of exporting and importing goods.
The Revenue Commissioners have urged people who cannot get through to the Local Property Tax helpline to leave a message and it will be recognised that they made an effort to comply with the filing deadline.
The first insolvency case involving a family with mortgage borrowings has come before the courts under the new system established to tackle Ireland's personal debt crisis.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has been given three weeks to reply to a questionnaire from MEPs, which aims to evaluate the role and consequences of the Troika in programme countries such as Ireland.
Northgate is to create 150 jobs over the next three years as part of an expansion programme.
The European Commission has published a plan that it says will eliminate a corporate tax loophole that has cost the European Union billions of euro every year.
Three technology companies and an entertainment group have announced expansion plans that will see over 230 jobs created.
A reduction in the adjustment made in last month's Budget has increased the risk of Ireland missing a crucial target to cut its deficit, according to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council.