Householders prefer simple flat or day/night rate electricity tariffs, according to the Economic Social Research Institute.
Wed, 04 Mar, 2020
At Congress two years ago, the GAA voted to prohibit the sponsorship of any GAA competition, team, playing gear or facility by a betting company.
Mon, 24 Feb, 2020
Fighting elitism, curbing the excesses associated with the inter-county game and a significant refocus on the club are among the priorities for the five GAA presidential candidates.
Fri, 17 Jan, 2020
For Killian Clarke, it was a matter of changing values.For Donie Kingston, it was simply business.
Sat, 11 Jan, 2020
THE country’s two main banks will require a massive €9 billion in extra capital on top of the €3bn pumped into them by the state earlier this year to prevent them from going under.
Sat, 10 Oct, 2009
MORE misery was heaped on homeowners yesterday with news that house prices have fallen by 10.6% in the past year as average house prices are now estimated to be €267,594, down from €287,887 in December 2007.
Sat, 25 Oct, 2008
PLANS by the computer giant Dell to axe jobs in Ireland as part of a worldwide reduction in its workforce highlights the need for the Government to support the food industry.
Tue, 05 Jun, 2007
Immigrant workers earn approximately 19% less than similarly-qualified Irish workers, according to new research, carried out by the Economic Social Research Institute.
Sat, 14 Oct, 2006
THE rise and rise of Airtricity, Ireland’s largest wind farm company, is one of the most striking indigenous success stories of recent times.
Mon, 30 May, 2005
THE increase in house prices continues to moderate growing at a third of the rate they were 12 months ago, according to the latest Permanent TSB house price index.
Thu, 24 Mar, 2005
HOUSE price increases beat economists’ predictions last year, growing on average by 11.5%.
Tue, 04 Jan, 2005
THE boom is back and the bubble could burst. Work that out if you can. Thanks is due to the Economic Social research Institute for the boom line, while the bubble has had several progenitors.
Sat, 25 Sep, 2004
THE economy may be showing signs of an improvement but a cautious approach is needed to maintain the upturn, it emerged yesterday.
Mon, 28 Jun, 2004
Ireland could face a pensions crisis in the future as the average life expectancy rises, it emerged today.
Wed, 23 Jun, 2004
HOUSE prices grew by just 0.5% in January, their slowest rate in a year, the latest survey of prices nationally shows.
Tue, 24 Feb, 2004
THE Government should consider a successor to the Special Savings Incentive Account (SSIA) scheme, a conference will be told today.
Mon, 06 Oct, 2003
A NEW €185 million electricity interconnector between Ireland and Wales has been given the go-ahead by the government. It aims to increase competition leading to price cuts in the Irish market and will be ready in six years.
Mon, 16 Jun, 2003
Houses prices rose by 13.3% during 2002, according to new figures released today from the Economic Social Research Institute and Permanent TSB.
Fri, 24 Jan, 2003
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