‘Iris Oifigiúil’, the State’s official gazette.

The practice of publishing the names and full addresses of new Irish citizens in the State’s official gazette, which drew controversy last year, has b(...)

Deirdre Waldron, president of Network Ireland, Julie Sinnamon, chief executive of  Enterprise Ireland, Siobhan Byrne Learat of Adams & Butler and Ciara Carolan of  ADN Materials at the launch of the “Fuelling Ambition” roadshows

Encouraging women entrepreneurs to “think bigger” is the aim of a series of free events starting next month around the country. Enterprise Ireland a(...)

There is concern about the potential explosion of personal data processed by the Internet of Things

Research on how organisations can deal ethically with personal data has been around for a good two decades, yet there is still little advice on how th(...)

The Irish Aviation Authority has apologised for a data breach involving its drone register. File photograph: Getty Images

A data breach at the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) resulted in all registered drone users being able to access the names and contact details of other(...)

A civil servant received a payout of more than €1 million under a Government severance scheme and had more than seven years of ‘notional’ work added to their overall service. File photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

A civil servant received a payout of more than €1 million under a Government severance scheme and had more than seven years of “notional” work added t(...)

Confidentiality clauses were a feature in every agreement underpinning the discretionary severance payments examined, said the C&AG. Photograph: Getty Images

Six discretionary severance payments amounting to over €540,000 were made by the Central Bank between 2011 and 2013, including one to a person who had(...)

The judge said if Shop Direct paid €5,000 to Pieta House suicide prevention charity he would strike out the charge. Regarding The Irish Times Ltd, he told the company to pay €3,000 to Pieta House. Photograph: The Irish Times

Two companies have been ordered to pay sums of money to charity in lieu of convictions after they were prosecuted for email marketing offences. The (...)

The Irish Sports Council will do further research to assess trends, including gender differences.

A slight decline in the numbers of young people in the 16-24 age group taking part in sport is of “concern”, the Irish Sports Council has said. Som(...)

The study was based on questionnaires sent to parents of almost 8,000 primary school children in mainstream and special education. File photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Autism affects at least 1 per cent of the Irish population, similar to rates in the US and the UK, a study by researchers in DCU suggests. Within spe(...)

A former chief inspector at Dublin Bus, who says he was ‘one of the highest earners’ at the company on more than €2,000 a week, has claimed he was unfairly dismissed and is due compensation for seven months’ work.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A former chief inspector at Dublin Bus, who says he was “one of the highest earners” at the company on more than €2,000 a week, has claimed he was un(...)