Letters on their way to Santa in the North Pole 1:53

Santa Claus will make a flying visit to Dublin on Thursday to help An Post deliver responses to more than 140,000 letters sent to him at the North Pol(...)

Panti Bliss - aka Rory O’Neill - with Stephen Fry at the Rehab People of the Year awards. Photograph: Zara Zhuang/The Irish Times

Rory O’Neill - aka Panti Blis - and Garda whistleblowers Maurice McCabe and John Wilson were among the winners of the 2014 People of the Year Awards.O(...)

The new chief executive of the charity Rehab is to be Mo Flynn.

The new chief executive of the charity Rehab is to be Mo Flynn. Ms Flynn, currently chief executive of Our Lady’s Hospice and Care Services in Harold’(...)

Rose Hynes:  chairwoman of  Irish Water

Irish Water Rose Hynes (chairwoman) Ms Hynes is the chairwoman of both Ervia (formerly known as Bord Gáis) and Irish Water, to which she wa(...)

 Angela Kerins, former  chief executive of Rehab:    She and Frank Flannery threatened legal action to prevent details of their remuneration being discussed at the Public Accounts Committee. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The Rehab Group has appointed a new board in a move aimed at improving oversight and rebuilding its battered reputation following controversy over h(...)

Company director had no defence claim by NAMA company for €77 million National Asset Loan Management Ltd -v- Crosbie [2014] IEHC 342 (High Court, Kean(...)

Angela Kerins (right), former Rehab Group chief: The PAC, her counsel said, had “acted beyond its remit”. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Three large cardboard boxes filled with ring-binders were wheeled into court number nine of the High Court at 2pm yesterday. Through the handle of the(...)

Former Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins has claimed she lost her job and her health has suffered as a direct consequence of her questioning by the Oireachtas Public Accounts Committee in relation to State funding of the Rehab group. File Photograph: Eric Luke /The Irish Times

Former Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins has claimed she lost her job and her health has suffered as a direct consequence of her questioning by the (...)

Then minister for justice Alan Shatter, at a meeting in November 2011 attended by then Rehab chief executive Angela Kerins (above), raised issues including profits of only €9,452 on some €4 million sales of Rehab Lottery scratch cards.    Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

The Rehab Group has lost its High Court challenge to the Minister for Justice’s decision to abolish the Charitable Lotteries Scheme (CLS), set up to c(...)

The post of chief executive of the Rehab group, which has been vacant since the departure of Angela Kerins (pictured), will be formally advertised in the next few days.  Photograph: Eric Luke / The Irish Times

The former chief executive of the insurance company Aviva Ireland is to be the new chairman of the Rehab organisation.Sean Egan will act as executive (...)