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Some level of calm has returned to Britain's financial markets after a frantic few days but the crisis is far from over, writes Adam Maguire.
Paper £20 and £50 sterling notes have had their legal tender status withdrawn by the Bank of England.
The Comptroller & Auditor General has described a figure of 8% in overpayments of job seekers allowances as "high".
34,456 premises had been passed by the National Broadband Plan by the end of January, according to the latest report from the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG).
Of the 311 investigations commenced by the Department of Social Protection's Employment Status Unit, over one third have related to the media and journalism sectors.
More than one fifth of the cost of managing resolving claims under the State's Clinical Indemnity Scheme (CIS) last year went on legal services and other costs, the Comptroller and Auditor General has found.
Tesla plans to push global production of its top-selling Model Y and Model 3 electric vehicles sharply higher in the fourth quarter and build on that growth in 2023 as newer factories in Austin and Berlin ramp production, internal plans reviewed by Reuters show.
British schoolgirl Molly Russell died in November 2017 while suffering from the "negative effects of online content", a senior coroner has concluded.
Alphabet's Google said today it would wind down its consumer gaming service, Stadia, as it failed to attract enough interest from gamers after nearly three years of being launched.
€5.8 billion in funding was transferred from central Government departments to local authorities last year, down 5% on the previous year.
Speaking in Waterford, a climate expert has warned that Ireland's "enduring dependency" on imported fossil fuels is harming the economy, the planet and security of energy supply.
The European Commission Executive Vice-President has said the EU needs to have a debate about how to make its infrastructure more secure.
There was a significant shortfall in the Housing Agency's target for the delivery of 1,600 residential units by the end of 2020, the Comptroller and Auditor General's latest report on the Public Services shows.
The Health Service Executive will need to spend almost €657 million over seven years to implement cyber security improvements following last year's cyber attack, according to figures contained in the latest report of the state's spending watchdog.
The total cost of the Covid-19 pandemic incurred by the State is estimated to be almost €30bn.
There has been large rise in the number of car thefts so far this year, with gardaí saying a significant portion of the increase is made up of imports. People buying imported cars are being reminded they may not include security features like immbolisers, thus making them attractive to thieves
The Comptroller and Auditor General, the State's spending watchdog, has published its latest report on the accounts of the public services. In it, the C&AG calls for more information to be made public in relation to how funds received from the National Lottery are accounted for.
The Comptroller and Auditor General has estimated that the cost to the State of measures taken to stabilise the banking system after the financial crisis in 2008 was €45.7 billion, a bigger figure than it had earlier anticipated.
DP Eurasia, which runs the Domino's Pizza brand in Turkey and Russia, said today the group would focus on its Turkish market and growing its coffee business, as Western sanctions and the uncertainty of war overshadow Russian sales.
Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, has lodged an appeal in the High Court against a record fine of €405m imposed on Instagram by the Irish Data Protection Commission.