An initiative aiming to help long-term rough sleepers which has worked wonders in other countries, is already showing huge promise
Supplying broadband to rural Ireland is priority says Ring, who invites others to enter the fray
Brexit fears mean less of a boost to pay packets than last year; USC cuts to be aimed at people earning under €70,000
Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring has the job of breathing life into rural Ireland at a time when many who live there think it is dying
Eoghan Murphy is safe for another six months at least, but all eyes will be on Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe to see if he can deliver a ‘housing budget’
The minister could raise betting tax, carbon tax and the hospitality Vat rate, and is likely to move a little towards equalising teachers’ pay and alleviating the plight of members of the Defence Forces. But he is ‘determined not to cock up on the public finances’
The Amendment of the Constitution (Extending the Franchise at Presidential Elections) Bill will also provide for 1.7 million Irish citizens living in all other countries around the world to vote in the next presidential election in 2025
The Economic and Social Research Institute investigated the difference between wages and pension income by accessing a long-running Trinity College Tilda study into 8,500 people aged 50 and over.
The German-born lawyer has attracted a variety of nicknames during his rapid rise to power. The Monster of Brussels. The Dark Prince. Rasputin. Darth Vader. He has also become a favourite bogeyman of Britain’s Eurosceptic right-wing press
Former Revenue chair Josephine Feehily has warned that the current property tax could be abolishe...