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RTÉ defends failure to mark content from universities as sponsored

RTÉ defends failure to mark content from universities as sponsored

The articles came about as a result of the Brainstorm project, which involves seven universities which have each paid €37,000 to be included

Bamboo adds Galway to its menu

Bamboo adds Galway to its menu

Eatery app lines up European foray

Another government adviser joins oil industry body

Another government adviser joins oil industry body

The appointment of a former adviser to the Minister for Children by the Irish Offshore Operators Association means there are now three former senior government advisers working for the oil and gas industry body

McDowell on politics: A no-deal Brexit would throw our economy into reverse in a gear-crunching crisis

McDowell on politics: A no-deal Brexit would throw our economy into reverse in a gear-crunching crisis

Boris Johnson’s failure to defend Britain’s ambassador to the US after a malicious leak has left his country at Trump’s mercy. The ‘special relationship’ is about to become a lot more lopsided

Social media needs ‘radical transparency’

Social media needs ‘radical transparency’

Laws not enough, says civil liberties group

Press Up group to redevelop Dublin’s Odessa nightclub as a boutique hotel

Press Up group to redevelop Dublin’s Odessa nightclub as a boutique hotel

Earlier this year, the group applied for permission to convert the closed-down venue on Dame Court into a 14-bedroom, high-end hotel

Reworked Adoption Bill will give children and parents more rights

Reworked Adoption Bill will give children and parents more rights

The new amendment would involve the state giving birth parents six months to come forward and object to a disclosure of information about them to their children

Information chief defends data strategy in letter to commissioner

Information chief defends data strategy in letter to commissioner

Dixon told Irish approach ‘held in high regard’ in EU

Barristers threaten industrial action

Barristers threaten industrial action

Criminal cases could grind to a halt as barristers threaten strike action in state prosecutions as part of a long-running row over fees

Insurers press Law Society to monitor personal injury lawyers

Insurers press Law Society to monitor personal injury lawyers

Insurance Ireland has called on the Law Society to inspect personal injury solicitors regularly to weed out any who may be taking fraudulent cases to court

Eurostat checks asylum figures after Business Post reveals major data discrepancies

Eurostat checks asylum figures after Business Post reveals major data discrepancies

The department said the disparity was due to a delay in decisions made by its international protection office being signed off by the ministerial decisions unit

Providence to make statement on €9m Chinese payment

Providence to make statement on €9m Chinese payment

The company has twice extended the deadline for its Chinese partner in the Barryroe field off the Cork coast to provide the cash lifeline

Richie Oakley appointed editor of The Sunday Business Post

Richie Oakley appointed editor of The Sunday Business Post

Oakley was editor of the Times, Ireland edition, from January 2015 to last month. He previously worked at the Irish edition of the Sunday Times.

O’Rourke reveals scale of gender pay gap at PwC

O’Rourke reveals scale of gender pay gap at PwC

The largest accounting and consulting firm in the country has revealed that its senior male partners earn a sixth more than their female peers, and are also paid higher bonuses

Government breaches privacy law with child data demand, DPC rules

Government breaches privacy law with child data demand, DPC rules

Repeated requests for personal information deemed unnecesssary