Company paid effective corporate rate of 1 per cent on its European profits in 2003 15 – falling to just 0.005 per cent in 2014
European Commission triggers world's biggest tax battle as Apple and Irish government announce they will challenge the landmark ruling
Probe into tech firm’s tax arrangements with Irish government expected to spark international dispute
'This has come as a complete and utter shock to everybody in the area who knew the family'
New Zealand immigration received 998 registrations on the day of Brexit alone
'There were some centuries when the country was very hot and warm and then there were different centuries with so much rain and cold'
With a new craft beer festival, National Heritage Week and the Tiger Fringe Festival all happening over the next month, there's never been a better time to visit Dublin
An opulent new train is about to come into service, but that's not the only way to ride the rails across the Emerald Isle
Judge condemns trio for inflating bank's deposit levels by €7.2bn
Enda Kenny says a clause in Good Friday Agreement could be triggered to allow for future vote
'It’s the most serious, difficult issue facing the country for 50 years,' said John Bruton, who was Irish prime minister between 1994 and 1997
€300 billion of assets were transferred to Ireland last year as companies moved their headquarters to take advatage of its 12.5% corporation tax, but some have questioned the figures
A cast of accommodation for anglers
'Good luck,' says French newspaper
'Look at the result this way, it was not the most logical, rational or desirable, but it was the most obvious'
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day