Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan’s future is in serious doubt after Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin called for her to “consider her position” and two other opposition parties began planning no confidence motions in her tenure.
The dramatic resignation of Sinn Féin’s Martin McGuinness as Deputy First Minister yesterday has thrown the North’s power-sharing administration into chaos.
Isn’t karma a funny thing? For the last few years the people of Greece have had to endure insufferably patronising moral lectures from Germany about how dysfunctional Greece is and if only it was more like Germany, life for Greeks would be so much better.
The Irish Haemophilia Society has expressed deep disappointment that the Government has decided not to take legal action in order to recoup the money for the Irish taxpayer from the three American firms that supplied the infected blood products from which 91 Irish people died, and a total of 106 people were infected with HIV and 221 with hepatitis C.