Evening top 5: No favourable corporate tax; family jailed for slavery offences; and the iPhone X

The top stories this Tuesday night

Report finds no preferential corporate tax regime in Ireland

A report of Ireland's corporation tax code has found there is no preferential tax regime for any one company.

The review was carried out by economics lecturer and Irish Fiscal Advisory Council member Seamus Coffey.

He was appointed as an independent expert in October 2016 to review our corporation tax code.

Several members of one family jailed for modern slavery and fraud offences

Several members of a Traveller family have been jailed for a total of 79 years for running a modern-day slave camp.

The Rooney family, from Lincolnshire in England, were described as "agents of cynical manipulation" by the judge as they were sentenced.

The family recruited people giving them little or no wages for work, including in their resurfacing firm.

25 drinking water supplies at risk of cryptosporidium contamination

25 drinking water supplies around the country are at risk of being contaminated with cryptosporidium.

In its annual report, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) says more than 99% of drinking water samples complied with safety standards last year.

Specifically, microbiological compliance is better than 99.9%, while 99.5% of samples met chemical standards.

Irish property prices rising at fastest pace in two years

A new report shows the annual rate of Irish house price inflation accelerated to 12.3% in July.

KBC Bank says this is its fastest pace in two years.

It says this was led by the largest monthly rise in Dublin property prices since July 2014 - up 2.7%.

Apple unveils its new iPhone X

Apple has revealed a host of new products, including its iPhone X.

The company says it has a new screen that takes up the whole front at 5.8-inches.

It also has a longer lasting battery and wireless charging.

And the new phone features facial recognition to allow users to access their phones, known as Face ID.