One of the largest direct provision accommodation providers to asylum seekers here recorded pre-tax profits of €2.36m in 2018.
Internal departmental records show how it expected to go up to €60m over budget in 2019 because of the rise in applications for international protection.
The private firm that is shutting down the largest direct provision centre in the capital received payments totalling €27.5m from the State over an 11 year period for operating the centre, new figures show.
Nonso Muojeke moved to Ireland when he was just two-years-old after his family were forced to flee Nigeria.
A 30% surge in asylum seeker applications here last year has resulted in the State moving to open “as a matter of urgency” a new direct provision centre in Lisdoonvarna in north Clare.
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The Government's plan to split the Justice Department in two has been slammed as "farcical".
A report into an alleged 'smear campaign' against Garda whistleblowers has been submitted to the Department of Justice.
The taxpayer is funding Open University (OU) courses for criminals in our jails to learn more about... crime.
Six coroners working on a part-time basis each earned more than €100,000 in State retainers and fees last year, new figures show.
The Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has appointed the first Chief Executive of the new Charities Regulatory Authority.
A third of garda stations are staffed by just one garda, according to new figures obtained by the Irish Examiner.
The Editor of the Sunday Independent has issued a statement rejecting the content and tone of the statement issued earlier by the Minister for Justice, Alan Shatter.
Supporters of the Nigerian family deported home earlier this month are due to mount a demonstration outside the Department of Justice today.
EXTRA funding for a closed-circuit television (CCTV) system in Tralee should help tackle problems with vandalism and late night disorder on the streets of the town, it was claimed yesterday.
A major search is underway in Paris for a 42-year-old Dublin man who has been missing since Wednesday.
The Justice and Finance Departments have refused to comment on weekend speculation that measures will be introduced in the Budget to cut welfare payments to asylum seekers.
The Irish small and medium-sized enterprise organisation is calling on its members to reject proposals to introduce paid paternity leave.
A report into the 1970 Arms Trial is to be published by the Minister for Justice today.
The Taoiseach has said it is important to have all information possible relating to the 1970 Arms Trial in the public domain.
The former leader of the Progressive Democrats, Desmond O'Malley, has said he will be happy to co-operate with any inquiry into the events leading to the 1970 Arms Trial and into the trial itself.
The State's first National Crime Council has been launched by Justice Minister John O'Donoghue this afternoon.
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