A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Cork County Council is being urged to buy a rare artifact which once belonged to General Michael Collins and add it to a collection dedicated to his life which is housed in a museum the council runs.
Thu, 14 Nov, 2019
Irish Water’s managing director Niall Gleeson has described the company’s efforts to refurbish the old Leixlip water plant as being like “trying to change the tyres on a car while it is still heading down the road.”
Tue, 05 Nov, 2019
They are warning that due to the overcrowding and "chronic understaffing" patients are at "grave risk".
Thu, 31 Oct, 2019
Two of the brides stayed in contact after their wedding day after meeting on the 3pm train that day to Dublin 46 years ago.
Wed, 09 Oct, 2019
The association representing over 1,000 Defence Forces officers claims members are leaving because they are being sought out by other areas of the public sector.
Tue, 24 Sep, 2019
There were 9,562 patients forced to wait on trolleys for a hospital bed last month, according to the INMO.
Mon, 02 Sep, 2019
It is hard to imagine that a remote, windswept part of Co Mayo was the setting for an event 75 years ago that changed the course of history.
Thu, 06 Jun, 2019
Probe into fallout as court rules PAC acted unlawfully over Kerins
Thu, 30 May, 2019
Prison bosses are to trial a new technology to tackle the rising threat posed by drones smuggling drugs and weapons into prison.
Fri, 03 May, 2019
The potential legal action specifically relates to the Government imposing "punitive" financial penalties on teachers after they took industrial action three years ago.
Wed, 24 Apr, 2019
The PNA National Ambulance Branch is meeting later to discuss the next steps in their ongoing dispute over union recognition.
Thu, 18 Apr, 2019
A seven-judge Supreme Court will hear final submissions today before deciding whether or not the Dail Public Accounts Committee acted unlawfully "as a whole" in its treatment of former Rehab CEO Angela Kerins.
Mon, 08 Apr, 2019
The INMO has recommended that their members accept proposals aimed at resolving their recent strike.
Wed, 03 Apr, 2019
On Monday night, British prime minister Theresa May travelled to Strasbourg for the latest last ditch Brexit deal talks with European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker.
Tue, 12 Mar, 2019
More than 500 ambulance service personnel belonging to the Psychiatric Nurses Association (PNA) will be on strike again today as the dispute over trade union representation rights intensifies.
Fri, 15 Feb, 2019
The sale of a portfolio of properties by Nama for €26 million was “illegal” and in breach of its own statutory act, the Dáil has heard.
Thu, 22 Nov, 2018
The union says the action is being taken to highlight unsafe staffing levels and overcrowding.
Mon, 24 Sep, 2018
Education and training boards have rejected claims of a conflict in their involvement with surveys of parents in areas where they may seek to become new school patrons.
Tue, 29 May, 2018
The State’s financial watchdog has said former Garda commissioner Martin Callinan made comments about Sergeant Maurice McCabe along the lines that he was “not to be trusted” and had questions to answer over alleged “sexual offences”.
Sat, 14 Apr, 2018
discusses ’What’s Hot and What’s Not’ in this weekend’s review.
Mon, 15 Jan, 2018
Train drivers have voted by an overwhelming majority to reject a Labour Court recommendation on pay and productivity measures.
Wed, 10 Jan, 2018
The final hearing at a United Nations war crimes tribunal was dramatically halted today when a former Bosnian Croat military chief claimed to have taken poison.
Wed, 29 Nov, 2017
The office of the Attorney General did not give crisis-hit Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald legal advice when she received the May 15, 2015, email raising concerns over the deeply controversial garda legal team strategy against Maurice McCabe.
Tue, 28 Nov, 2017
The leader of Spain's secession-minded Catalonia region says he has decided against calling a parliamentary election that might have defused tension with the Spanish government.
Thu, 26 Oct, 2017
Elephant poaching in Africa has declined for the fifth year in a row, experts have said.
Tue, 24 Oct, 2017
President Donald Trump, leading his first commemoration of the 9/11 anniversary, has said "the living, breathing soul of America wept with grief" for each of the nearly 3,000 lives that were lost on that day 16 years ago.
Mon, 11 Sep, 2017
Junior education minister John Halligan has conceded some parents who have applied to put their children on a school bus will have their applications rejected and will have to make alternative arrangements.
Tue, 29 Aug, 2017
The High Court has blocked a bid by a former chief of staff of the Iraqi army to bring a private prosecution against Tony Blair over the Iraq War.
Mon, 31 Jul, 2017
BioWare General Manager Aaryn Flynn has described the company’s upcoming action game, as ‘science fantasy’.
Tue, 27 Jun, 2017
The INMO nursing and midwives’ union has deferred its decision on whether or not to recommend the latest pay deal agreed with the Government, the successor to the Lansdowne Road Agreement.
Wed, 14 Jun, 2017
Emerging reports suggest 18 people have been killed and 90 wounded in bombings at the funeral of a protester killed in Kabul.
Sat, 03 Jun, 2017
The decision could have major implications for other asylum seekers.
Tue, 30 May, 2017
Fine Gael have been warned to be on an election footing once the change in the party’s leadership is finally dealt with and Enda Kenny steps down.
Thu, 13 Apr, 2017
The payment of a €300 match fee as well as €150 win and €75 draw bonuses, the introduction with immediate effect of compensation for loss of earnings and the provision of appropriate tracksuits were among the issues agreed in the comprehensive deal struck between the FAI and Ireland’s senior women’s team after nine hours of talks on Wednesday night.
Fri, 07 Apr, 2017
In the wake of this latest debacle, Noonan stands a wounded figure within Fine Gael and Government with Cabinet colleagues openly admitting his influence is waning, writes.
Sat, 01 Apr, 2017
The Turkish, US and Russian chiefs of military staff were meeting in southern Turkey to discuss developments in Syria and Iraq, Turkey's military said.
Tue, 07 Mar, 2017
Education Minister Richard Bruton’s planned expansion of a scheme to tackle disadvantage in schools has been described as short on the resources needed to address the issues.
Tue, 14 Feb, 2017
Education Minister Richard Bruton’s plans to tackle problems caused for parents by links between religion and school enrolments have received a very mixed reaction.
Tue, 17 Jan, 2017
The HSE has been given a final chance to stave off strikes across hospitals over nursing staff and patient care.
Sat, 14 Jan, 2017
Nurses are to meet with the Department of Health and the HSE today in a bid to avert planned strike action.
Thu, 12 Jan, 2017
United Nations prosecutors have demanded a life sentence for General Ratko Mladic.
Wed, 07 Dec, 2016
Labour has called on the HSE and hospital managements to respond to the high number of assaults on staff in HSE-run hospitals.
Tue, 06 Dec, 2016
More than 600 hospital staff are assaulted each year, with nurses bearing the brunt of workplace violence.
Mon, 05 Dec, 2016