The Health Products Regulatory Authority (HPRA), formerly the Irish Medicines Board, advised that ViroPharma SPRL recall several batches of the Buccolam Oromucosal Solution products from pharmacies.

Several batches of a drug used to treat convulsive seizures in children and adolescents have been recalled from pharmacies as a precautionary measure.(...)

Investigators at the scene of the Manx2 air crash, at Cork Airport in 2011. Photograph: Daragh Mc Sweeney/Provision

Both the families of those who were killed and the survivors of the Manx2 crash at Cork Airport have called on the various regulatory bodies to implem(...)

More than 60 per cent of charities operating in Ireland have reported often ‘detrimental’ falls in donations since scandals involving the Central Remedial Clinic, Rehab and the wider sector.

More than 60 per cent of charities operating in Ireland have reported often “detrimental” falls in donations since scandals involving the Central Rem(...)

EU justice commissioner Vivian Reding raised concerns about the appointment procedure for the regulator. Photograph: Thierry Roge/Reuters

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has rejected claims by EU justice commissioner Vivian Reding that it threatened the independence of the I(...)

Minister for Justice  Alan Shatter has appointed a senior Department of Justice official as the first chief executive of the new Charities Regulatory Authority. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Minister for Justice Alan Shatter has appointed a senior Department of Justice official as the first chief executive of the new Charities Regul(...)

Aer Lingus staff, who are members of Siptu, have voted overwhelmingly for strike action. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Minister for Transport Leo Varadkar has said there is no justification for strike action in the aviation sector over pensions until these new p(...)

 Aerial view of site of fatal crash.Photograph:  Air Accident Investigation Unit Ireland

A report into an aircraft crash that claimed the lives of six people at Cork Airport in 2011 has identified poor operational decisions by the crew in (...)

Angela Kerins: the Health Service Executive – which provides the bulk of State funding to Rehab – has never formally sought  her  salary level

Minister for Health James Reilly has suggested that future State funding for Rehab could be at stake if the organisation does not disclose the s(...)

The unauthorised entity has apparently cloned the name of the BNY Mellon business.

The Central Bank has issued a warning against a firm purporting to be BNY Mellon Wealth Management, the legitimate US-based investment bank.The unauth(...)

Mr Ó Snodaigh said the lack of regulation of charities was doing untold damage to the charities themselves and to citizens depending on them.

The billing of Rehab by director and long-time senior Fine Gael adviser Frank Flannery for consulting services using a dissolved company was criticise(...)