The government is concerned about the number of households where nobody is working because of the high levels of poverty and deprivation – particularly for children
Tom Beegan, who now runs his own health and safety consultancy company, said there had been a failure to have clear governance on the project
Social welfare inspectors are targeting up to 66,000 people – mainly women - who get a partial pension while their partner gets a full state contributory pension
One nursing home director said some GPs were charging annual retainer fees of more than €200 per resident to visit patients in a nursing home
Supplier Carambola will prepare and deliver hot food for one Dublin school in pilot project
Filling stations are complaining that they could be put out of business by rises in valuations on...
The DPC is examining location tracking – the gathering of GPS information about people’s movements by smartphone apps and fitness trackers.
Development is to be focused on five cities, five growth centres and 37 towns, leaving councillors worried that some areas are getting short shrift, and that it will be the end for one-off rural housing
Rather than evacuating in the face of overwhelming odds, Conservative Party MPs still seem determined to fight the EU on the beaches