Killian Woods

Killian Woods

State considers the ‘auto-enrolment’ of unconscious patients into medical studies

State considers the ‘auto-enrolment’ of unconscious patients into medical studies

Dr Graham Love, one of Ireland’s leading authorities on health research, has warned that such a move could erode patient trust and stall medical progress

Rock on Rockall: Spat puzzles Donegal fishermen

Rock on Rockall: Spat puzzles Donegal fishermen

Donegal fishermen are on the front line of Scotland’s grab for the Rockall fishing grounds

Fishermen in dark over state’s support if boats seized at Rockall

Fishermen in dark over state’s support if boats seized at Rockall

A spokeswoman for the Department of Foreign Affairs was unable to clarify if the state would pay Irish fishermen’s legal bills, bail or impound fees if they were detained by Scottish authorities

Land agency has secured just one extra housing site

Land agency has secured just one extra housing site

The state body was formed last September to oversee a project to free up state lands and push through development of 150,000 homes over 20 years

Lobbying is stepped up to halt changes to tax-free shopping rules

Lobbying is stepped up to halt changes to tax-free shopping rules

As part of the Retail Export Scheme, non-EU travellers can claim Vat refunds on goods over €30 that are purchased in the EU and taken out of the continent

Cauldron duo to cast spell on Dublin pub

Cauldron duo to cast spell on Dublin pub

The entrepreneurs behind a chain of magic-themed pubs plan to open their first venue in Ireland n...

Podcast: KBC Investment Series Podcast Episode 7

Podcast: KBC Investment Series Podcast Episode 7

Killian Woods is joined by Dara O'Brien from KBC Asset Management

A recruitment firm is set to take the plunge into the four-day working week

A recruitment firm is set to take the plunge into the four-day working week

Killian Woods on business

Investors give €2m boost to Vromo’s move from delivery to software

Investors give €2m boost to Vromo’s move from delivery to software

A former Just Eat executive and other private investors have pumped more than €2 million into I...

Developer seeks to rent two-thirds of student digs to non-students

Developer seeks to rent two-thirds of student digs to non-students

The firm behind the student complex at Point Village is planning to lease nearly two thirds of th...

Height of trouble over tower

Height of trouble over tower

From a giant dancing Albert Einstein mascot to anonymous attack adverts in the media, the tale of...

Salesforce row could put developers back to square one

Salesforce row could put developers back to square one

The Salesforce Tower spat has delayed housing projects and could send developers – with approva...

Majority of adults still ‘do not trust’ Irish charities

Majority of adults still ‘do not trust’ Irish charities

The vast majority of Irish adults do not trust Irish charities, according to a new survey by Amá...

Dalata chief McCann ignoring Brexit totally  Hotel group enjoyed ‘fantastic year’

Dalata chief McCann ignoring Brexit totally Hotel group enjoyed ‘fantastic year’

Dalata boss Pat McCann has said its British business has observed no Brexit headwinds ahead of Br...

Minding their businesses: The Buckleys on steakhouses, staffing and succession

Minding their businesses: The Buckleys on steakhouses, staffing and succession

The Buckley family’s empire of restaurants and pubs is now expanding westwards, and that’s not the end of the story