The history is being written for the department’s 100th anniversary in 2022 as part of the state’s decade of commemorations. But it will cover only the period from 1958 up till 1999
We have to step up as a company in terms of the whole green agenda and carbon reductions and climate change
Mike Quinn admits that trust in Irish Water was ‘on the floor’ after the water charges furore. But as the head of Ervia, the state company that owns both it and the gas network, he is optimistic about its future and has big plans to use farm slurry to roll out new power plants targets
Writing in today’s newspaper, he says that nurses starting out in their careers are paid significantly more than the average starting salary for graduates across the labour market as a whole.
Around one million Irish homes are to be heated with ‘green gas’ from slurry as part of a new...
Organisers ‘a bit peeved’ at president’s decision not to attend event marking the centenary of War of Independence catalyst
Former minister for finance used proceeds from Anglo Irish Bank promissory deal to reduce the 2014 budget cuts from €3.1 billion to €2.5 billion
Liz O’Donnell says slap on the wrist over speeding offence shows ‘law applies to everyone’
Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has rejected a €1 million industry offer to set up a specialist ...
The repeal of the Eighth Amendment and the exoneration of Maurice McCabe were two high points in a year otherwise memorable for the housing crisis, the CervicalCheck debacle and the ongoing slow-motion disaster that is Britain’s EU departure