Post Editors

Post Editors

ODCE fiasco is a shaming and shambolic episode

ODCE fiasco is a shaming and shambolic episode

The collapse of the criminal case against Sean FitzPatrick, the former chief executive and chairm...

Glen inquiry is a welcome move for the charity sector

Glen inquiry is a welcome move for the charity sector

The Charities Regulatory Authority last week said it was carrying out a formal investigation into...

Kenny was a taoiseach with a mission, but not a vision

Kenny was a taoiseach with a mission, but not a vision

How will history remember Enda Kenny, Ireland’s 13th taoiseach? For certain, Kenny, who stepped...

Time for new leadership in An Garda Síochána

Time for new leadership in An Garda Síochána

So long as the Garda Commissioner remains in place, confidence in the administration of justice will not be restored

No return to Celtic Tiger pay levels in public sector

No return to Celtic Tiger pay levels in public sector

It defies logic to seek to return to salary levels that arose from an unsustainable property boom

Year of stagnation should be wake-up call for politicians

Year of stagnation should be wake-up call for politicians

When he was re-elected Taoiseach by the Dáil under unprecedented circumstances, Enda Kenny said ...

We need a new plan: low corporate tax era is over

We need a new plan: low corporate tax era is over

In the wake of dramatic shifts in the US corporate tax rate, Ireland cannot simply threaten to lower its own

Fishing sector needs help navigating through Brexit

Fishing sector needs help navigating through Brexit

Irish fishermen believe that the industry has been consistently let down by successive Irish governments

May’s snap decision adds to Europe’s jitters

May’s snap decision adds to Europe’s jitters

The British Election is yet another geopolitical threat to the world economy

Sins of the past haunt citizens in the present

Sins of the past haunt citizens in the present

The National Maternity Hospital decision is both financially inexplicable and wholly unhelpful

Water charges farce sends us back to 1977

Water charges farce sends us back to 1977

A reckless election promise by Fianna Fáil means that 90 per cent of households will pay nothing for water

We can’t sneer at Trump on climate change

We can’t sneer at Trump on climate change

It's hard to point the finger at Trump when we're nowhere near meeting our targets for emissions reduction

It is only right to hold Nama to account

It is only right to hold Nama to account

Michael Noonan, the Minister for Finance, told the Dáil two weeks ago that it has become fashion...

Brexit must not derail Good Friday success

Brexit must not derail Good Friday success

Tomorrow morning marks the 19th anniversary of the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. The hist...

We must take an active role in Brexit process

We must take an active role in Brexit process

The government must do all in its power to ensure that whatever deal is struck is beneficial to Ireland