The developer behind Dublin’s Convention Centre and the head of Chadwick’s hardware are among those who have made personal donations to politicians.
It looks possible that EU ministers will agree on asylum seeker numbers on Monday, writes European Correspondent Ann Cahill
The Government wants to encourage emigrants, who were forced to leave as a result of the recession, to return home and help grow the economy.
More than 200 families will make a last ditch attempt to stop politicians from voting in favour of a planned 19% cut to the respite carers’ allowance during a Dáil protest today.
The head of the Irish trade union movement has today admitted that the public sector allowance system is outdated.
Bodies like the GAA and charities such as Concern and Goal could be forced to open up their books to public scrutiny under new Freedom of Information (FOI) laws.
Shopkeepers have expressed concern that the proposed sale of the National Lottery licence will have a negative impact on their business unless the Government provides safeguards to protect their revenue.
A BID to bring fresh blood into senior civil service posts was unveiled by ministers yesterday.
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