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From TheJournal.ie Ireland's population has risen this year, but more Irish people are leaving than returning Nearly 5 Million

Ireland's population has risen this year, but more Irish people are leaving than returning

Over 4.9 million people now live in the country.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's economy is set to keep growing next year, but could be seriously hit by a no-deal Brexit Economy

Ireland's economy is set to keep growing next year, but could be seriously hit by a no-deal Brexit

Ibec states that the economy is set to grow by 4% this year.

From The42 Fifa confirm Women's World Cup expansion to 32 teams from 2023 Global Game

Fifa confirm Women's World Cup expansion to 32 teams from 2023

The Fifa Council this evening unanimously voted in favour of adding an additional eight teams.

From TheJournal.ie The Irish economy grew by 8.2% last year, latest figures show Economic Growth

The Irish economy grew by 8.2% last year, latest figures show

The significant increase was driven by a 10% increase in the export of goods and services.

From TheJournal.ie Tax rises should be considered in October's Budget to prevent economy overheating, ESRI recommends Hot Hot Heat

Tax rises should be considered in October's Budget to prevent economy overheating, ESRI recommends

The think tank says the economy is “now effectively operating at full capacity”.

From TheJournal.ie For Ireland to build the houses it needs, it'll need foreign workers... but they won't be able to afford the rent Boom Boom

For Ireland to build the houses it needs, it'll need foreign workers... but they won't be able to afford the rent

This would be necessary if housing supply was to increase as planned, the ESRI has said.

From TheJournal.ie Pace of economic growth strong in 2018 as Central Bank forecasts another 154,000 new jobs Forecast Is Good
From TheJournal.ie Central Bank warns if overheating is allowed, we're in for another boom-bust cycle Careful Now

Central Bank warns if overheating is allowed, we're in for another boom-bust cycle

The Central Bank said the government needs to avoid policies that could add to this risk.

From The42 'Jenny fits in with our culture of working extremely hard to have fun' Perfect Mix

'Jenny fits in with our culture of working extremely hard to have fun'

Ireland international Jenny Murphy will help to coach the new Naas RFC women’s team next season.

From TheJournal.ie The lost decade is over: Our 7.8% GDP growth last year was comfortably the highest in Europe Opinion

The lost decade is over: Our 7.8% GDP growth last year was comfortably the highest in Europe

The bigger picture is certainly bright; the challenge is to better use the fruits of economic growth to improve living standards, writes Victor Duggan.

From TheJournal.ie 'Almost impossible' to estimate how sustainable economy growth is, says ESRI Overheating

'Almost impossible' to estimate how sustainable economy growth is, says ESRI

The ESRI has called for a new method of calculating national accounts to tell if the economy is at risk of overheating.

From The42 Italian rugby's real progress is coming from Pro14 clubs Benetton and Zebre Changes

Italian rugby's real progress is coming from Pro14 clubs Benetton and Zebre

Conor O’Shea’s national team have yet to feel the full effect but the Italian sides are making big steps.

From TheJournal.ie Central Bank optimistic about Ireland's future with full employment 'in view' Jobs

Central Bank optimistic about Ireland's future with full employment 'in view'

It is expected there will be an additional 89,000 people in work by the end of 2019.

From TheJournal.ie 'More sustainable than the boom': Business group hails Ireland's 'exceptional' economy Recovery

'More sustainable than the boom': Business group hails Ireland's 'exceptional' economy

Ibec says we have now exited the “recovery” period.

From TheJournal.ie Twitter is doubling its character count in a bid to boost growth 280 Characters

Twitter is doubling its character count in a bid to boost growth

The company, which has never turned a profit, is trying out 280-character tweets in a bid to increase its engagement with users.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's 'lost decade' ends as domestic spending returns to Celtic Tiger peak Growth

Ireland's 'lost decade' ends as domestic spending returns to Celtic Tiger peak

Goodbody said the Irish economy will reach full employment by the end of next year.

From TheJournal.ie An egg a day helps children grow - science Egg-citing News

An egg a day helps children grow - science

A new study found that eggs reduced stunting in children by 47%.

From TheJournal.ie House prices set to grow by 10% this year Supply And Demand

House prices set to grow by 10% this year

According to Goodbody’s latest quarterly Irish Economy Health Check new mortgage lending is also expected to increase by 30% in 2017.

From TheJournal.ie Spike in the importation of illegal anabolic steroids causes health fears Growth

Spike in the importation of illegal anabolic steroids causes health fears

The seizure of such drugs almost tripled last year.

From TheJournal.ie 'Political uncertainty' could hurt Ireland's growth - but jobs will still be created Stunted Growth

'Political uncertainty' could hurt Ireland's growth - but jobs will still be created

There are additional concerns over the impact Brexit and the weakened sterling will have.

From TheJournal.ie Irish tourism on course for record year, but bosses warn against complacency in sector Growth

Irish tourism on course for record year, but bosses warn against complacency in sector

Latest figures show a million people visited the country in October, alone.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland welcomes one million tourists in July - the highest figure on record Fáilte

Ireland welcomes one million tourists in July - the highest figure on record

More than 5.4 million oversea tourists visited Ireland between January and July of this year.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland has made itself the laughing stock of the economic world, but does that matter? Leprechaun Economics

Ireland has made itself the laughing stock of the economic world, but does that matter?

Multinational tax avoidance has been brought back on the agenda.

From TheJournal.ie Happy Pear twins talk working on three hours sleep, no days off and those Jedward comparisons A Busy Pair

Happy Pear twins talk working on three hours sleep, no days off and those Jedward comparisons

The Greystones twins start their days at 5am and share nearly everything they do online.

From The42 This remarkable season is only the beginning of Connacht's ambition Vision

This remarkable season is only the beginning of Connacht's ambition

Yesterday, the western province presented their strategy for the next four years.

From The42 Farrell factor looms for Ireland as Schmidt looks to build for South Africa Growth

Farrell factor looms for Ireland as Schmidt looks to build for South Africa

The Englishman will join as an assistant coach early next month.

From Business ETC Investors are worried that iPhone sales have finally reached their limit Momentum Shift

Investors are worried that iPhone sales have finally reached their limit

Analysts are expecting Apple to report a significant slowdown in sales growth at its earnings call.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland needs to build 25,000 houses per year (but we're nowhere near that) Housing Crisis

Ireland needs to build 25,000 houses per year (but we're nowhere near that)

The ESRI says the housing crisis is set to continue for years to come.

From TheJournal.ie Is the government adopting an attitude of 'when I have it, I spend it'? Getting Boomier

Is the government adopting an attitude of 'when I have it, I spend it'?

Ireland could be on course to repeat the mistakes of the past, according to the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council.

From TheJournal.ie Were you on Facebook recently? You and a billion others... World Domination

Were you on Facebook recently? You and a billion others...

It doesn’t look like the Facebook juggernaut is going to slow down anytime soon.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland could have fewer jobs next year unless urgent action is taken Competitiveness

Ireland could have fewer jobs next year unless urgent action is taken

While there have has been big growth, there is still plenty to worry about.

From TheJournal.ie Facebook is growing and growing - and it has some new things in store By The Numbers

Facebook is growing and growing - and it has some new things in store

The only way Facebook is heading is up.

From The42 Does rugby need to move to a global calendar to grow? World Rugby

Does rugby need to move to a global calendar to grow?

A leading figure says rugby needs ‘to bring the northern and southern hemisphere programmes closer together.’

From TheJournal.ie Do you know what Irish people love? Taking the bus... Getting Out Of The House

Do you know what Irish people love? Taking the bus...

… and the train (and coach trips).

From TheJournal.ie Viagra could be a really good thing for some pregnant women Pregnancy

Viagra could be a really good thing for some pregnant women

The drug is good for more than one thing, you know.

From TheJournal.ie Things are looking seriously rosy for the EU right now Only Way Is Up

Things are looking seriously rosy for the EU right now

Or for its economy at any rate. The union has outstripped growth in both the US and the UK for the start of 2015

From The42 Could two London-based clubs join the Pro12 in the near future? Growth

Could two London-based clubs join the Pro12 in the near future?

The league’s organisers say no discussion have taken place yet.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's economy is racing ahead (but you might not get a pay rise just yet) Recovery

Ireland's economy is racing ahead (but you might not get a pay rise just yet)

And some sectors will see a pay boost sooner than others.

From TheJournal.ie Apartments are €115 more expensive in Dublin than this time last year Market Demands

Apartments are €115 more expensive in Dublin than this time last year

This comes from figures released by the Private Residential Tenancies Board.

From TheJournal.ie From tower blocks to BER ratings... the housing landscape has changed a lot in sixty years From The Ground Up

From tower blocks to BER ratings... the housing landscape has changed a lot in sixty years

Here we take a look back on what building trends have shaped the modern era.

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