A view of Millrose Estate in Bluebell, Dublin 12. Image: Google Streetview

(...) employment, had applied for a loan to buy out their father’s interest in the home. Judge Linnane said the(...)

Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan said that money allocated for tax cuts and spending increases in the upcoming budget will be split evenly between the two. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...). In addition to the 150 full-time staff in place already, the site is expected to see employment rise(...)

Some 20,000 new jobs could be created in the construction sector if the government was to implement a series of measures, the Construction Industry Federation (CIF) said on Monday.

(...); enacting legislation which will allow for a Registered Employment Agreement (REA)/ Registered Employment(...)

“Free money is there to spend on infrastructure: it isn’t really borrowing, more an asset swap.” Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) country on the fringe of Europe to boost competitiveness and employment. It is disingenuous to then say(...)

Mandate  members at more than 100 Dunnes Stores outlets staged a one-day stoppage on Holy Thursday, April 2nd last.  File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Staff at Dunnes Stores who are members of the Mandate trade union are to hold a major protest march in Dublin, probably in early June. At a meeting on(...)

The Technical, Engineering & Electrical Union (TEEU) is  planning a one-day national strike by its members in June in a bid to have removed a levy currently in place on apprentices. File photograph: iStockphoto

(...) registered employment agreements system (for determining pay and conditions in a number of different sectors(...)

The Public Health Committee have now completed the by-laws under the provision of the Employment of(...)

 Austin Campbell, (left) co-ordinator of Mystreets Drogheda,  pictured with tour guides Oliver Fitzsimons, Martin Reilly, Des Nelson, Luke Kelly, and Cyril Carter, at St Laurence’s Gate, Drogheda, Co Louth. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) employment. “Changing people’s perceptions of homelessness is key,” says project coordinator Austin(...)

Victor Connell in his home in Co Longford. After his accident 10 years ago, the local community rallied around Victor and gave their time and money in the building of his home. “I knew almost everybody who worked on it,” he says. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...) science, his dispassionate drive to regain some of what he’s lost. Travel. A relationship. Employment(...)

The late Brian Lenihan, who was Fianna Fáil minister for finance in 2009.    Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

(...) calamitous deterioration in employment and tax revenue, the chief barometers of economic health, a signal the(...)