The government is keen to avoid scenes of families being evicted from their homes
No free vote during budgets or confidence motions
A female patient has wrongly been given a spinal tap at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin , in a case of mistaken identity.
The HSE has identified the risk of not learning from its past health scandals as one of the bigge...
Gardaí are taking legal action to prevent the introduction of “Kafkaesque” rules on keeping suspects in custody.
More than 300 vacant water service jobs were approved for filling last year as part of the “secret deal” between Irish Water and unions.
Government worried about impact on Irish-based international tech companies
Minister of State for the Gaeltacht, Joe McHugh has raised the prospect of increasing the recruitment of Irish speakers in the public service from 6 per cent to 10 per cent.
Young working mums, business people targeted in bid to break through
The Revenue is due to get the names and bank balances of every single Swiss bank account holder with an Irish address in 2018 under a new information-sharing agreement with the secretive Swiss authorities.
Former justice minister Alan Shatter has been using the Freedom of Information Act to try to find out how much barrister Sean Guerin was paid for a report that was critical of Shatter’s handling of allegations made by Garda whistleblower Maurice McCa
Non-disclosure of ‘expensive’ cars becoming an issue