Further strong growth in the construction industry has set the scene for Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe’s summer update of the Government’s economic and fiscal targets later this week, the last before his first budget in October, but a renewed focus on tax and multinationals by France could sour the upbeat outlook.
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While taoiseach in 1982 Charles Haughey fulfilled the invitation to the White House for St Patrick’s Day that had been extended to his predecessor Garret Fitz-Gerald. Mr Haughey then invited the president to Ireland on a state visit.
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Former justice minister Alan Shatter has asked a judge to overturn a decision of the Data Protection Commissioner that he breached data protection laws when he said on RTÉs Prime Time that TD Mick Wallace had benefited from garda discretion with regard to penalty points.
Tue, 04 Nov, 2014
Men At Lunch, the documentary inspired by the iconic photograph taken during the construction of New York’s Rockefeller Center, received its cinematic release in New York yesterday, 81 years to the day since 11 steelworkers nonchalantly posed on a beam dizzyingly high above Manhattan.
Sat, 21 Sep, 2013