Courts Service chief executive  Brendan Ryan: questioned on loophole by Public Accounts Committee. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The Courts Service has said driving licences should be tied to vehicle ownership to resolve a loophole which resulted in 21,154 drivers escaping pe(...)

Most classic car enthusiasts in Ireland are hoping the Government will continue to exempt their vehicles from NCT tests following a public consultati(...)

ÁINE McMAHON The Injuries Board has said a recent increase in accidents in the workplace is likely to be due to the upturn in the economy. The board y(...)

Liz O Donnell, former deputy leader of the Progressive Democrats, is to be nominated as chair of the Road Safety Authority, replacing Gay Byrne. Photo: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Former Progressive Democrat minister Liz O’Donnell has been nominated as the new head of the Road Safety Authority. In a statement issued after a Cabi(...)

On the back of growing demand Applus has increased its workforce, growing its employees by 61 to 665 during 2013, with a further 25 jobs to be created in 2014. Photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The company behind the delivery of the National Car Test (NCT) has paid a dividend of €4.4 million, as its pre-tax profits grew to €4.5 million on the(...)

DNA tests are to be carried out to positively identify a body found in a car which burst into flames after crashing into a tree in Co Mayo in the earl(...)

‘Do you want to keep the music with you in the shower or climbing Kilimanjaro?” asks Spotify man. He wants me to upgrade from the free tablet version (...)

Gay Byrne: retiring after eight years as RSA chairman

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe will appoint a new chairman and least three new board members to the Road Safety Authority next month. Current (...)

‘So, where would you be going without a bell on your bike?’. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons / The Irish Times

“So, where would you be going without a bell on your bike?”Apparently on the growing number of Irish greenways and shared cycling-walking paths.A coun(...)

The latest fatality comes as a detailed report on road safety in Ireland signalled “an alarming increase in the number of child, cyclist and pedestrian casualties”.

A two-year-old boy has become the latest child to die on Irish roads after being struck by a van as new figures reveal an “alarming increase” in the (...)