Former minister for Finance Charlie McCreevy giving evidence at the banking inquiry on Wednesday.

(...) for this period to justify this assertion,” he said. “Spectacular economic growth; full employment(...)

Sinn Féin TD Mary Lou McDonald speaks to reporters as party members protest against a water charges enforcement measure in the Environment Bill at Leinster House on Wednesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

(...). “Beyond that it wouldn’t be practice in any employment organisation to produce or to publish documentation(...)

(...) chest after being attacked by a younger work colleague, the Employment Appeals Tribunal has heard. The(...)

Tánaiste Joan Burton has defended cuts to the lone parent allowance which will affect thousands of families. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Thursday, will mean single parents in receipt of social welfare will be required to seek employment or(...)

Irish manufacturing expanded at its slowest rate in 16 months in June, according to the Investec Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index. Photo: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

(...) new orders and employment, a survey showed on Wednesday. Ireland was the fastest growing economy in(...)

The probability of a conventional military attack on Ireland’s territory is considered as low but the security environment can be “volatile and unpredictable”, Minister for Defence Simon Coveney has warned.

(...) the Curragh. The Minister said he was also looking at a new employment support scheme with the(...)

Department of Social Protection is; not just with parents but with the limited employment opportunities. We(...)

A British MP told an Oireachtas committee that there was “clear evidence” that beer duty cuts increased investment and employment. Photograph: Johnny Green/PA Wire

(...) said. There was “clear evidence” that beer duty cuts increased investment and employment. Mr Mulholland(...)

The Irish airline wrote to  academics and industry figures, who spoke about its employment practices at the employment and social affairs committee, that it would take action if they made “defamatory claims” in any other forum. Photograph: Reuters

(...) about its employment practices at the parliament’s employment and social affairs committee, that it(...)

(...) employment was also provided during the recession while construction firms secured a variety of contracts and(...)