Willie Walsh, chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG), the group bidding for Aer Lingus, received a 29 per cent pay rise in 2014, as his total pay rose to €7.9m. (Photograph: Aidan Crawley/Bloomberg)

Willie Walsh, chief executive of International Airlines Group (IAG), the group bidding for Aer Lingus, received a 29 per cent pay rise in 2014, as his(...)

Total passenger traffic - which includes both Aer Lingus and its regional subsidiary - was down 2 per cent with the airline carrying 627,000 passengers in February

Passenger numbers at Aer Lingus fell last month on the back of a decline in short-haul traffic, the airline said on Thursday.Total passenger traffic -(...)

The company recorded a 14 per cent growth in its ferries division and a 2.6 per cent rise for its container and terminal business.

Share in Irish Ferries owner Irish Continental Group rose 5.6 per cent in early morning trading in Dublin on Thursday after it announced positive 2014(...)

Supporters Harold A Schaitberger (right) and Joseph Smith  applaud  Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams  during a Friends of Sinn Féin breakfast on St Patrick’s Day in 2005. Photo: Alex Wong/Getty Images

(...), computers and used cars to transport party workers. “I actually pay the bill, so I make the cheque to Joe(...)

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams speaks to supporters  during a Friends of Sinn Féin breakfast in Washington on St Patrick’s Day 2005.

(...) computers and mobile phones, and to purchase secondhand cars to transport party workers around Northern(...)

 Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams listens from his table as he is introduced at a fundraiser in New York in 1999. Seated next to Adams is businessman Pat Donaghy, a major donor.

(...)-Treaty IRA in the Civil War, emigrated to the US in 1926 and helped establish the Transport Workers Union of(...)

(...) a garage, but as public transport is so convenient, you may never need to take them out. Built in(...)

The Toyota Mirai: the first mass-produced fuel-cell family car. Photograph: Tomohiro Ohsumi/Bloomberg

(...) is of course in the national interest to promote cleaner forms of transport. Yet it can be(...)

If the Moody’s outlook is correct, Aer Lingus could be a drag rather than a boon for its suitor, IAG

The declining strength of the euro as the currency zone struggles to kickstart economic growth has been a boon for many companies in the bloc, particu(...)

Leo Varadkar: Was unconvinced that sponsorship of sporting events increased overall consumption. Photograph: The Irish Times

(...) public transport companies and it also helped sports organisations to invest in grassroots activities(...)