IFA Carlow chairman Derek Deane called for a review of the election rules.

The Irish Farmers’ Association(IFA) official who exposed the pay issues which led to the resignation of its president and general secretary has withd(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny with  Jer Bergin from the Irish Farmers’ Association.

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has hinted at the possibility of holding another referendum to give Oireachtas committees more powers in the wake of the banking(...)

Chairman Ciaran Lynch TD (centre) and members of the inquiry at the publication of the Oireachtas banking inquiry report at Leinster House, Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Idea for guarantee hatched months earlier Contrary to the notion that the plan for a blanket guarantee of the banking system was cobbled together a(...)

 Brian Cowen former taoiseach at the Dail for the banking inquiry .Photograph: Cyril Byrne / Irish Times

Government ministers were assured by the Central Bank and the financial regulator that all six lenders covered by bank guarantee were solvent on Septe(...)

 Central Bank Governor  Philip Lane  . Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The Central Bank has published details of its salary structures, pay scales and human resource policies for the first time in a bid to boost transpare(...)

Telecoms provider Eir is increasing the price of its broadband and phone packages for residential and business customers. The higher charges, which w(...)

The National Lottery website and ticket machines were brought down on Wednesday by a cyber attack, the operator has confirmed. Lotto customers were u(...)

Former Irish Farmers’ Association general secretary Pat Smith and former president Eddie Downey. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Predictions that farmers would stop paying automatic levies to the Irish Farmers’ Association (IFA) in the wake of the pay controversy have so far no(...)

Some 55% of firms indicated that wages  are the area of costs under most upward pressure

More Irish firms are reporting an increase in costs despite falling oil prices and record low borrowing costs. The trend, which is noted in the lates(...)

The City Reptrak index for 2015 saw Dublin rise five places from last year, with a score of 72.68 out of 100. Photograph: David Sleator

Dublin has risen five places to 22nd in a list of cities that have the best and worst reputations. According to the City Reptrak index for 2015, Sy(...)