TDs and senators had to refund almost €10,000 in expenses this year after an audit found they could not provide supporting evidence to justify claiming such allowances.
The FAI’s largest sponsor has issued a warning over the association’s corporate governance amid controversy over its finances.
A delegation from the FAI, including former chief executive John Delaney, is appearing before the Oireachtas Committee on Transport, Tourism and Sport today.
The Football Association of Ireland (FAI) has admitted to breaking the rules for getting State funding by not notifying Sport Ireland of the €100,000 loan from its former CEO John Delaney.
Activists have formed a human chain around Apollo House as they defy a High Court order to vacate the premises.
Home Sweet Home campaigners have urged Finance Minister Michael Noonan to “instruct” Nama to make buildings available to address Ireland’s homelessness crisis in the wake of the Apollo House stand-off.
SIPTU is hitting out at bosses of Greyhound Household after they said that workers' wages are "reasonable".
ARGENTINA bounced back from their home series defeat by Scotland in style with a record thrashing of Six Nations champions France in Buenos Aires.
NEW ZEALAND coach Graham Henry knows only too well the pressures that coaching Wales can bring and can probably empathise with the situation Warren Gatland finds himself in heading into Saturday’s final Test between the two countries.
THE country’s financial watchdog expects to announce its new director of financial supervision within the next three weeks.
Leinster captain Brian O'Driscoll has been passed fit for their Heineken Cup game against Castres tonight.
THE ALL BLACKS have been forced to call up the seventh and eighth locks on their pecking order yesterday, after Ali Williams and Keith Robinson joined a growing list of seriously injured middle row forwards.
New Zealand coach Graham Henry has made six changes to his starting line-up for the second Test against France in Wellington on Saturday.
TRANSPORT Minister Seamus Brennan is to push ahead and seek final Cabinet approval for plans to break-up Aer Rianta today, despite assurances to unions that he would consult with them fully beforehand.
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