Some savers are worried that they have to apply three months before the maturity date of their SSIAs to obtain their money back.
The management and board of the National Concert Hall need a wake-up call.
Cinema: One World Film Festival, various venues, Dublin, until May 25.
Lawyers for DCC and Jim Flavin, its chief executive, took the view last week that discretion was the better part of valour when they decided against calling Kyran McLaughlin, the deputy chairman of Davy Stockbrokers, as a witness.
In the latest clampdown on airline advertising, Aer Lingus was among the advertisers that fell foul of the Advertising Standards Authority of Ireland (ASAI)'s industry codes, according to the latest complaints bulletin.
Treasure Entertainment, the production company behind the films Man About Dog and I Went Down, had retained losses of more than €530,000 at the end of its last financial year.
The machinations in government on the building of a second terminal at Dublin Airport, and a wider package for the aviation sector, are now threatening to turn into a farce.
A price of more than €12 million is expected to be achieved when CBRE Gunne sells an office investment opportunity in the South County Business Park in Sandyford in south Dublin.
First Active has begun an €850,000 television and radio advertising campaign to promote its mortgage products.
Tonight, on John Kelly's ultra-eclectic live music show, it's a feast of mellow soft rock with a contemporary twist. Other Voices, 8pm, RTE 2:
Arthur Penn directs this fantastic biopic of the Depression-era criminal couple (played superbly by Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway) who carry out a murderous crime spree before being gunned down. Bonnie and Clyde:
I have news for Brian Walker: it is at least a quarter of a century since a Catholic bishop threw in the ball at a GAA match.
I never thought I would see the day when Vincent Browne, the great reform crusader of contemporary Irish journalism and scourge of both church and state, would lacerate "liberals" in the Catholic Church as wishy-washy, while mishandling scripture in
This writer has always been struck by the ability of a number of Allied Irish Banks chairmen to add additional fuel to their already combustible shareholder gatherings.
The All Party Oireachtas Committee on the Constitution is no more than a public relations exercise to create the impression that the people themselves want the state to take over their private lives.