Clerys department store went into liquidation in June

Clerys' creditors meet liquidators

01 Sep Creditors of Clerys department store, which went into liquidation in June, attended a meeting organised by the liquidators KPMG today.

Under the legislation, lobbyists must register and record their lobbying activities

Lobbying registration laws come into force

01 Sep The head of the Register of Lobbying has said that penalties will not apply during the first year of the new Regulation of Lobbying Act, which comes into effect from today.

Alexis Tsipras' party was supported by 23% of those polled

Poll suggests Syriza leading ahead of election

28 Aug The first authoritative opinion poll published since Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras resigned last week suggests his leftist Syriza party is leading the opposition conservatives ahead of elections on 20 September.

US stocks opened more than 2% higher, but later declined to finish lower for the sixth consecutive session

Global markets rebound as China cuts rates

25 Aug Many global stock markets rebounded today with world stocks, oil prices and bond yields all rising after China cut interest rates and banks' reserve requirements in a bid to kick-start its wavering economy.

Dublin is the 14th most expensive city in Europe in terms of hotel prices

Call for increased investment in hotel industry

20 Aug The Irish Hotels Federation has said its members are very aware of the need to maintain competitive prices but say some price increase is needed to attract investment into the industry.

Additional charges will be added after four bills have been issued and not been paid

Irish Water to contact people over unpaid bills

17 Aug Irish Water spokesperson Elizabeth Arnett has confirmed that the company will soon be contacting people who have not paid their bills, describing it as a process that every utility company enters into.

Dublin City Council says it : 'is doing its utmost to deal with the homeless crisis with the resources available'

Dublin City Council defends homeless policy

15 Aug A Dublin City Council spokesperson has said that the local authority is doing its utmost to deal with the homeless crisis through the Dublin Region Homeless Executive within the resources it has available.

MPs debated the deal throughout the night

Eurozone approves €86bn Greek bailout deal

14 Aug Eurozone finance ministers have approved a third debt bailout worth up to €86bn to keep Greece afloat and avoid its chaotic exit from the single currency, officials said.