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The National Car Testing Service has said that its test centres will not re-open tomorrow.
28,000 mortgage payment break applications have been processed or are currently being worked through by the banks in the last week since the initiative got under way.
The Construction Industry Federation has directed its members to cease working on building sites and secure them immediately.
Economist Colm McCarthy has warned the recovery of the Irish economy post-Covid-19 is linked to external factors, especially to the swift recovery of the US economy.
The Government has updated the list of retail outlets which it has deemed essential enough to remain open despite the new Covid-19 restrictions.
Cyber-criminals have never been ones to waste a good crisis, and how they're taking advantage of companies' response to Covid-19 is the latest example of that, writes Adam Maguire.
Provisional liquidators have been appointed to four companies in the USIT student travel group, after the Covid-19 crisis caused their collapse.
The Central Bank has told insurance companies that where there is ambiguity in the interpretation of the contracts of customers who are making claims arising out of the Covid-19 disruption, they must find in favour of the consumer.
Digicel, the telecoms group controlled by businessman Denis O'Brien, has said it is in talks with some debtholders about possible debt write-downs.
Irish firm, LetsGetChecked, has written to the HSE and Minister for Health to offer its testing kits direct to consumers so that they can test themselves for Covid-19 at home.
Fyffes chairman David McCann said his company has "sufficient" fresh fruit stocks on hand - and in the pipeline - to ensure that Irish consumers can continue to enjoy a healthy diet at this time.
LafargeHolcim has today ditched its profit forecast for 2020 and announced spending cuts to counter the downturn in construction caused by the coronavirus.
Nearly nine out of every ten businesses here say the uncertainty around business continuity arising from the Covid-19 pandemic is creating challenges for their firm.
Supermarket group Tesco said it will limit the number of items UK customers can order in an online shop to 80 during the coronavirus emergency.
The number of international tourist arrivals will fall by 20-30% in 2020 due to Covid-19, putting millions of jobs at risk, the World Tourism Organization said today.
Bus and train timetables will be scaled back next week to 80% capacity, due to reduced demand caused by the coronavirus emergency.
The number of home mortgages in arrears for over 90 days fell to 5.7% at the end of December from 5.9% three months earlier, new figures from the Central Bank show today.
Retail sales fell by 4.3% on a monthly basis in February to stand 0.3% lower on an annual basis, new figures from the Central Statistics Office show.
ESB has said its business units - including generation, transmission, distribution and supply - have implemented business continuity response plans to ensure continued provision of a safe and reliable electricity service to homes and businesses across Ireland.
The billionaire boss of Sports Direct said he was "deeply apologetic" over the way his company handled the coronavirus emergency and wants to make amends by offering resources to the UK's National Health Service.