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ICTU slates €2.3m average salaries for company bosses

ICTU slates €2.3m average salaries for company bosses

It would take 230 years for regular staff to equal 2017 earnings of highest paid chief executive

Barrister questions new rules on court tweeting

Barrister questions new rules on court tweeting

Senior counsel Paul O’Higgins says recent case law from the Supreme Court and GDPR regulations on the handling of personal data may have a bearing on the new practice direction which limits social media use in court to lawyers and bona fide members of the media

Restaurant industry to target election candidates in fight for lower Vat rate

Restaurant industry to target election candidates in fight for lower Vat rate

Adrian Cummins, chief executive of the Restaurants Association of Ireland, said its campaign would focus in particular on candidates running in rural areas in May’s local elections

Cadbury company stockpiles sweets ahead of Brexit deadline

Cadbury company stockpiles sweets ahead of Brexit deadline

Mondelez Ireland plans to bring in 19,000 pallets of extra stock

Taoiseach warns robots are serious threat to jobs

Taoiseach warns robots are serious threat to jobs

Secretaries, cleaners, taxi drivers, lorry drivers, machinery operators and shop workers among those most at risk

The princess and the president

The princess and the president

Mary Robinson has come under fire across the globe, as lawyers, human rights advocates and politicians have accused her of giving political cover to the royal family of Dubai

McGuinness calls on OPW to list costs of Pope’s visit

McGuinness calls on OPW to list costs of Pope’s visit

Several public hearings failed to satisfy the Oireachtas finance committee on the details of the millions spent on Pope Francis’s visit to Ireland last August

Ex-Aryzta executive fails in his unfair dismissal action

Ex-Aryzta executive fails in his unfair dismissal action

Ronan Minahan left Aryzta in June 2017, after 11 years working for the company in a number of positions

Builder moves to dispel investor fears over share price drop

Builder moves to dispel investor fears over share price drop

Profile The RTÉ Guide : Cracking Christmas TV

Profile The RTÉ Guide : Cracking Christmas TV

Fear and loathing in DC as Mad Dog leaves the building

Fear and loathing in DC as Mad Dog leaves the building

The departure of defense secretary James Mattis from Donald Trump’s administration raises the spectre of an out-of-control president wreaking havoc with his increasingly erratic foreign policy

A Year In Sport: Big scalps, big prizes and big-name exits

A Year In Sport: Big scalps, big prizes and big-name exits

It was a turbulent year in sport, with some extraordinary highs – Ireland beating the All Blacks, a World Cup final in hockey, extraordinary underage athletics success – balanced by some disheartening lows. We take you through it, month by month

Every single time we’ve set ourselves a mountain to climb, we’ve climbed it Now it’s about making cricket mainstream

Every single time we’ve set ourselves a mountain to climb, we’ve climbed it Now it’s about making cricket mainstream

From small beginnings, Warren Deutrom has built Cricket Ireland into a €10 million business as the national team goes from strength to strength

Guillotine may await filibustering TDs

Guillotine may await filibustering TDs

No-deal Brexit will prevent extraditions and arrests

No-deal Brexit will prevent extraditions and arrests