Albert Reynolds’ softly-softly poker tactics mirrored the strategies that he deployed to build a lucrative business empire, writes Michael Brennan.
Despite the renewed controversy over abortion, few TDs have the appetite for another referendum, writes Michael Brennan.
The government has rejected a plan by the Revenue Commissioners to recover an extra €100 million per year from tax evaders.
A charity has pulled out of its long-running deal to rent a house for ‘high risk’ children from a former Fianna Fáil councillor.
Pay dispute at Greyhound Waste continues
A state-owned harbour company is taking legal action to recover board expenses paid to a member of former President Mary McAleese's campaign team.
The need to put in special ‘bat lights’ pushed up the price of one of the country’s newest cycling greenways to €1.9 million.
Gerry Murphy. head of the National Transport Authority, is not fully committed to the Metro North line