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Four contenders for Revenue Commissioner post

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
23rd December, 2014

Four people are in the running to become the next Revenue Commissioner.

The vacancy has arisen due to the impending retirement of Josephine Feehily, who was the first woman ever to head the Revenue.

Her position as one of the three Revenue Commissioners has to be filled before the government decides who to appoint as the next Revenue chair. The other serving Revenue Commissioners are Niall Cody, the brother of Kilkenny hurling manager Brian Cody,...

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