Gavin Duffy spent €5 on each of the 32,198 votes he received in the presidential election. But he says he has no regrets
Writing in today’s newspaper, he says that nurses starting out in their careers are paid significantly more than the average starting salary for graduates across the labour market as a whole.
The number of planning permissions across home and commercial builds, as well as infrastructure projects, that were delayed beyond the statutory goal of 18 weeks hit 552 by November 2018.
2,520 work permits waiting to be processed at the end of December. Business groups say that system needs urgent modernisation.
Blake O’Donnell, the son of Gorse Hill ex-bankrupts Brian and Patricia O’Donnell, has set up a new London-based film production company and has his eyes on a revival of the story of the fictional British First World War pilot Biggles.
Deal values each share in transaction at €1,000 but does not invlove transfer of any IP
Organisers ‘a bit peeved’ at president’s decision not to attend event marking the centenary of War of Independence catalyst
Last year, Cork East TD Pat Buckley pleaded guilty to threatening and abusing gardaí who called to his home on foot of a noise complaint in August 2017.
D-Day is approaching in a high-stakes legal showdown between Celtic Tiger architect Jerry Ryan and engineering tycoon Barry English, with the case hinging on whether English’s takeover of Ryan’s Emirati firm was a genuine deal or a ‘ball of smoke’. Francesca Comyn reports