Serious questions regarding the Referendum Act are currently being considered by the Supreme Court. Surely it is folly to put more questions to the people before a judgment is issued
St James’s Church is a forgotten Dublin treasure. Millions of people have passed it on their way to the famous Guinness Storehouse but few have stopped to look at it.
Smoking tobacco is the biggest preventable cause of death in our society. It costs lives. About 5,200 die from cancer-related illness every year. It also costs money: both in lost productivity and through costly treatment for smoking-induced cancers.
It is difficult to shift perceptions. At least three times in recent months I have read pieces in the newspapers about the public service that reflect more our history than today’s reality.
The government is set on widening the gap between the top 10 per cent of earners and the rest of us.
The IAG chief has laid a deal on the line to the Oireachtas committee, with a warning that his offer for Aer Lingus is as far as he’ll go
IAG’s takeover bid for Aer Lingus has generated numerous claims and counter-claims. So what are the main bones of contention?
Stock market giant humbled by global collapse in oil prices.
So now we know. The Central Bank, finally, is above political influence. In the past number of months, Patrick Honohan has come under sustained pressure from politicians and policymakers to dilute and water down his controversial proposals to tighten