Aiden Corkery

Aiden Corkery

Irish fail to meet standard for EU translator posts

Irish fail to meet standard for EU translator posts

The low success rate can be partly explained by the fact that EU translators need to be fluent in three European languages, not just Irish and English

Pro-life groups fund new website in response to ‘liberal bias’ in mainstream media

Pro-life groups fund new website in response to ‘liberal bias’ in mainstream media

Gript.ie, which is funded by the Life Institute along with donations from anti-abortion supporters, has been operating a ‘beta’ version since the spring, but it is due to go fully live tomorrow

Shipping industry ‘confident’ it can up capacity in event of no-deal

Shipping industry ‘confident’ it can up capacity in event of no-deal

State agency says alternative routes to British landbridge are becoming increasingly viable

Clarion call for conservatives?

Clarion call for conservatives?

There are fears that a new right-wing website will start an Irish version of the culture wars being waged in the US, but its proponents argue that conservatives could be driven into the arms of extremists if they can’t find a platform that reflects their views

Counting down the Brexit options

Counting down the Brexit options

Time is running out to prevent Britain crashing out of the EU without a deal. So what are the choices left for government and politicians - and how likely is each scenario?

Regulator to rule on €16m unclaimed lottery winnings

Regulator to rule on €16m unclaimed lottery winnings

A dispute has arisen between the state and the current operator, Premier Lotteries Ireland (PLI), over €16 million that was left over when An Post stopped running the lottery in 2014

The economy is booming, but it’s all down to foreign giants

The economy is booming, but it’s all down to foreign giants

A worried government has brought in the OECD to help Irish SMEs up productivity and wages and reduce our dependence on large American multinationals

Alcohol producers are warned of potential damage of no-deal Brexit

Alcohol producers are warned of potential damage of no-deal Brexit

Immediate tariffs on barley, malt, glass bottles, apples and finished cider are top concerns

Dublin’s Poolbeg operator seeks licence to burn 15% more waste

Dublin’s Poolbeg operator seeks licence to burn 15% more waste

Dublin Waste to Energy has said that no physical changes will be needed to the plant to facilitate the move, while the increased truck deliveries will not see it breach its original planning permission

Ervia reviews security of gas and water against terrorism threat

Ervia reviews security of gas and water against terrorism threat

In a recent submission to the Department of the Taoiseach, the company said it had liaised with An Garda Síochána and the PSNI on security standards at critical assets

Green wave came too late for some to get a shot at the Dáil

Green wave came too late for some to get a shot at the Dáil

The party had selected most of its general election candidates before its surprise local and European success, and leader Eamon Ryan is sticking to the plan

Brennan’s son to run for seat in south Dublin after three nominees withdraw

Brennan’s son to run for seat in south Dublin after three nominees withdraw

Fianna Fáil has selected the son of the late transport minister Seamus Brennan to run in the Dub...

Green Party’s golden girl eyes prospect of Dáil run

Green Party’s golden girl eyes prospect of Dáil run

Saoirse McHugh may compete in Mayo constituency

FF TDs throw down gauntlet to Varadkar on confidence and supply

FF TDs throw down gauntlet to Varadkar on confidence and supply

Some Fianna Fáil TDs have acknowledged that the party could be forced to look to Fine Gael to enter a confidence and supply arrangement to allow Fianna Fáil to govern

Profile: Josepha Madigan - A simple twist of faith

Profile: Josepha Madigan - A simple twist of faith

Madigan was recently exonerated of involvement in the Maria Bailey SwingGate case by an internal Fine Gael investigation