Tuesday July 14, 2020

What it says in the papers

Catherine Murphy TD stands by Dáil comments on Denis O'Brien's IBRC transaction and family of journalist Marie Colvin file suit accusing Syrian government of deliberately killing her in bid to crush political oppositon

11th July, 2016
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- Third level colleges will have to meet performance targets to secure additonal funding under plans being drawn up by the Minister for Education.

- Talks are underway at the National Maternity Hospital which may see a number of senior personnel being permitted to retain salaries higher than those permitted by the HSE.

- Businessman Denis O'Brien and former Anglo Irish Bank boss Mike Aynsley have criticised comments made by Catherine Murphy TD in the Dáil about...

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