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Bank of Ireland chief to ring-fence €1bn for housing development22 Jan 2018 07:03Irish IndependentThe vast bulk (80pc) of the property fund will be used to lend to residential housing developments, including purpose-built student accommodation as well as commercial real estate in the Republic.
"It is a challenging market," said McDonagh in …
Monday briefing: Trump shutdown continues in US22 Jan 2018 07:00The GuardianTop story: Deadlock and chaos as president marks first year
Good morning – it’s Warren Murray bringing you the stories to start the week.
The shutdown of the US government has continued overnight as Republicans scrambled to win the Democratic votes they …
British have always detested the CAP: What now, with UKAP?22 Jan 2018 06:58EurActivBritain’s business world sees the transition period as a positive achievement, but for the UK it would be like jumping out of the EU plane without a parachute, writes Daniel Guéguen.
Daniel Guéguen is chairman of Pact European Affairs and professor at the …
Mobile phone malaise to drag on Dixons carphone festive sales22 Jan 2018 06:48Evening News 24PUBLISHED: 06:00 22 January 2018
Dixons Carphone has seen mobile sales fall
The group warned last month that it may look to shut stores after being hit by a 3% fall in half-year sales at the troubled mobile division, which …
Employee engagement will be focus of new Norwich HR business22 Jan 2018 06:48Evening News 24HR consultant and employee engagement specialist Cassandra Andrews, who has just set up her own consultancy. Picture: James Neale
And a newly self-employed HR professional is aiming to spread this message to employers across Norfolk.
Norfolk tourism businesses prepare for bumper holiday season22 Jan 2018 06:48Evening News 24PUBLISHED: 06:45 22 January 2018
Wherry Albion on the River Thurne. Norfolk Broads. Picture: James Bass Photography
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Figures from VisitBritain show that between January and September 2017, Brits took 7.5m overnight …