A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
St Joseph's Shankill, a dementia-specific nursing home in south Dublin and Ireland's largest dementia-only care facility, has confirmed to families and staff this weekend that it will stop taking residential admissions with immediate effect.
Sun, 01 Dec, 2019
Fianna Fail Spokesperson for Finance Michael McGrath TD has called on the KBC Group to apologise for comments on the tracker mortgage scandal.
Fri, 15 Nov, 2019
GDPR should not be used as an obstacle to public information, writes.
Sat, 26 Oct, 2019
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said that all parties involved in Brexit “want an agreement” that is in the interests of Ireland, Britain and the European Union.
Wed, 16 Oct, 2019
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has described yesterday’s talks between Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson as an indication of a "positive pathway” in Brexit negotiations.
Fri, 11 Oct, 2019
It goes against all Irish political instinct — reining in the lolly when there is a general election coming down the tracks.
Wed, 09 Oct, 2019
Investigations are continuing after a man was shot a number of times in North Dublin.
Sat, 07 Sep, 2019
Allegations of physical and psychological abuse towards the elderly have increased by more than 40% over the past two years.
Fri, 30 Aug, 2019
Health Minister Simon Harris has responded to the report on removing private care from public hospitals by saying he believes “passionately” in universal health care.
Wed, 28 Aug, 2019
Irish Red Cross chairman and former Fianna Fáil minister Pat Carey has expressed his satisfaction with the Director of Public Prosecutions’ decision that he will not face prosecution in respect of abuse allegations widely publicised in 2015.
Wed, 07 Aug, 2019
Under this programme, students can work and travel in America for the summer.
Sun, 21 Jul, 2019
An Garda Síochána has said there were 91 findings of "neglect of duty" against gardaí last year.
Sat, 15 Jun, 2019
Politicians will question Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg on online safety and regulation when they meet him tomorrow in Dublin.
Mon, 01 Apr, 2019
A public grilling of the officials in charge of the crisis-hit national children's hospital project will be delayed until mid-May because an independent review of what happened will not be completed on time.
Thu, 28 Mar, 2019
With Tony Blair and Jacob Rees-Mogg bafflingly on the same page, what happens next with Brexit may be hard for Ireland to stomach, writes Political Editor
Thu, 15 Nov, 2018
The cybersecurity of all taxpayer-funded bodies is set to be investigated after a foundation used to raise donor funds for Trinity College lost almost €1m when it was targeted by fraudsters in an online scam.
Fri, 20 Jul, 2018
The dangerous buildings section of South Dublin County Council is investigating reports of unsafe balconies in Tallaght.
Fri, 08 Jun, 2018
The Irish Government is prepared to help British prime minister Theresa May push her customs partnership proposal, but will not give an inch on last December’s backstop agreement.
Thu, 17 May, 2018
HSE director general Tony O’Brien is set to quit his post four weeks earlier than planned amid calls from victims of the cervical cancer tests scandal, Opposition politicians, and at least one Government TD, for him to resign or be fired immediately.
Mon, 07 May, 2018
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has claimed the Government knew of a strategy to block a cancer patient from speaking out about her misdiagnosis.
Tue, 01 May, 2018
Three-year-old plans to reform the Seanad by allowing all citizens to vote on who should be elected are set to be examined by a 26-person political committee amid fresh claims the changes are being deliberately delayed.
Wed, 18 Apr, 2018
The calls come after a new government report says it will cost €200million to address pay inequality for new entrants to the public sector.
Fri, 16 Mar, 2018
Thirty people arrived in the Co Clare town yesterday with an estimated total of 115 to arrive in the coming months.
Tue, 13 Mar, 2018
The regulation of vulture funds to protect distressed mortgage borrowers must proceed quickly, Fianna Fáil has said in advance of a Dail debate on fresh legislation.
Wed, 28 Feb, 2018
A South Kerry coastal village without a full-time GP for more than a year is to have a permanent posting. Waterville has had a number of locums after husband and wife team Derry Gibson and Patricia Gibson retired in January 2017, after decades of service to the community.
Mon, 26 Feb, 2018
Permanent TSB is to be called before the Oireachtas finance committee to answer questions on the potential sale of 18,000 loans to vulture funds.
Fri, 23 Feb, 2018
The Master of the High Court has described advice given by the Taoiseach to a person facing repossession as “a sick joke” and said the Government is “misinformed” about the situation impacting many families.
Thu, 22 Feb, 2018
The Finance Minister says he is deeply conscious of the worry and concern surrounding the sale of thousands of mortgages by Permanent TSB.
Wed, 21 Feb, 2018
A 17-year-old boy being questioned in connection with a fatal stabbing in Offaly has been released without charge.
Tue, 21 Nov, 2017
Do you have tickets for the gigs?
Wed, 11 Oct, 2017
A poll out today shows that nearly half of voters are satisfied with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, while Fine Gael support has risen slightly.
Thu, 05 Oct, 2017
Over €700,000 was spent last year on external consultants by the Department of Health.
Thu, 10 Aug, 2017
There are warnings that Tusla will not be able to cope with the increase in its workload after mandatory reporting is introduced.
Mon, 07 Aug, 2017
City Hall officials considered injuncting the Cork County GAA Board in a standoff over its mobility plan just hours before the revamped Páirc Uí Chaoimh hosted its first major games.
Tue, 25 Jul, 2017
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Wed, 12 Jul, 2017
Any new version of the Office of Director of Corporate Enforcement will repeat the failures of the current model unless the Government changes the funding and staffing arrangements too, a leading anti-corruption watchdog has warned.
Mon, 29 May, 2017
Local authorities are being urged to beef up their financial security after international criminals attempted to defraud Meath County Council of €4.3m and have the money transferred to Hong Kong.
Mon, 19 Dec, 2016
It is feared more local authorities could be vulnerable to cyber attacks following a hack on Meath County Council.
Sun, 18 Dec, 2016
Thu, 01 Dec, 2016
Aer Lingus has defended its decision to cancel more than 20 flights from Shannon Airport over the past two weeks.
Mon, 24 Oct, 2016
THE €13bn question most people are asking today is why the Irish Government is not keeping that huge sum following yesterday’s declaration by the European Commission that Apple, the richest company in history, owes Ireland that amount in unpaid and allegedly illegal tax benefits from a sweetheart deal between the State and the tech conglomerate.
Wed, 31 Aug, 2016
Housing support groups have broadly welcomed the Government’s housing plan, which has pledged to ramp up social housing supply, incentivise developers, and ease rental pressures.
Wed, 20 Jul, 2016
Education Minister Richard Bruton has defended the HSE’s continued funding of national suicide charity Console despite being aware of irregularities for many years.
Fri, 01 Jul, 2016