Hugh O'Connell profiles the Liverpool manager ahead of his Champions League final against Spanish giants Real Madrid this Saturday.
Sinn Féin has not ruled out disciplinary action against Cork East TD Pat Buckley, who has apologised for his behaviour after pleading guilty to two charges under the Public Order Act at Midleton District Court last week
With less than two weeks left before the referendum, the campaigns for and against the repeal of the Eighth Amendment are intensifying. Both sides insist they can win. The Sunday Business Post visited the two headquarters to gauge the real state of play
Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin are increasing pressure on the minority government to limit the capacity of bailed out banks such as AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB to offset historic losses against their current tax bills
The Dáil’s most powerful committee is eyeing a huge shake-up of Ireland’s corporate tax system, targeting banks, property investment and tax breaks for multinationals. It is a potent mix, setting the stage for huge political and business fallout
PAC paper recommends limiting banks’ ability to pay no corporation tax; FF, SF and other opposition TDs likely to push for implementation of findings
Ann Lovett died aged 15 on January 31, 1984, after giving birth to a stillborn baby boy at a church grotto in Granard, Co Longford
A spokeswoman for the Together For Yes campaign said that personal information like names and addresses was not being recorded and described what was being collected as 'a summary of voter sentiment'
The government has been lobbied extensively by US internet giants over EU Vat reforms
The Minister for Communications, Denis Naughten, is understood to view such proposals as unworkable
Marc MacSharry has produced a detailed policy paper which proposes a new tax credit system for families with children