Sixteen potential human trafficking victims have been identified by an organisation that has threatened the Government with High Court proceedings unless it halts a permit scheme used by the fishing industry.
Fri, 18 May, 2018
The National Maritime College of Ireland has accused the Department of Transport of engaging “in a turf war” that could threaten the international reputation of the college and render invalid training courses already completed by 400 students.
Tue, 12 Jul, 2016
Changes to what it claims is “an out of date” and “anti-competitive” ferrying system to the Unesco world heritage site of Skellig Michael, off the coast of Kerry, have been announced by the Office of Public Works.
Fri, 11 Mar, 2016
A number of passengers became violently ill on a small passenger boat which “rolled heavily” on a rough voyage to Skellig Michael, the Unesco World Heritage site, so much so that a complaint was lodged with the Department of Transport, a court in Kerry was told yesterday.
Fri, 11 Sep, 2015
Senior management at the Irish Coast Guard has slated parts of the first draft of a report into the service which Transport Minister Leo Varadkar is using to push through major reforms and cost-cutting rationalisation, with the likely closure of Valentia and Malin Head stations.
Tue, 23 Oct, 2012