Being an independent TD used to be a precarious existence, but these days ploughing your own political furrow can bring unexpected rewards
The man behind the Port of Cork’s proposed new urban village, John Mullins, has a very personal motivation for rejuvenating an area he remembers from his childhood as derelict and neglected
Minister of State for Tourism Brendan Griffin has privately warned Minister for Finance Paschal D...
The builder who was found to have made corrupt payments to Ray Burke has written a memoir about the ‘lessons’ of a life in property development
The Parliamentary Budget Office said in its latest briefing that public sector pay policy is nearing a 'critical juncture' with demands from unions for pay equalisation for newer public servants
Some 700 consultants had taken legal action against the government over the failure to pay the increases agreed in their new contracts in 2008, but it was settled out of court earlier this year
There is significant unrest among the 9,000 members of the army, navy and air corps about their pay and conditions
The final crowd in the Phoenix Park may have been 200,000 rather than 500,000. But that does not take away from the gigantic logistical effort to prepare the site