Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp is the parent company of Newstalk, Today FM, 98FM and Spin, from which all ‘Irish Times’ journalists have been banned under an edict. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Denis O’Brien’s Communicorp radio stations’ blanket ban on Irish Times journalists is to be discussed by the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland when it(...)

NUJ general secretary for Ireland Seamus Dooley said there was a  serious problem with media ownership in Ireland.

The National Union of Journalists (NUJ) has described the decision by Communicorp to ban Irish Times journalists from its radio programmes, as “bizarr(...)

The Denis O’Brien-controlled company Communicorp operates the nationwide stations Newstalk and Today FM, along with a number of regional stations. Photograph: David Sleator

Communicorp, the Denis O’Brien-controlled radio group which owns the country’s only two national commercial broadcasters, has instructed its staff tha(...)

Artist Miranda Blennerhassett receives the RCSI silver medal from Prof John Hyland. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Miranda Blennerhassett is the winner of this year’s Royal College of Surgeons (RCSI) Art Award. Blennerhassett won for her installation RHA, which is(...)

Catherine Day, secretary general European Commission, told a media seminar in Dublin that the British were not yet ready to negotiate the UK’s departure from the EU. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Britain’s political negotiators on Brexit are only understanding “very late in the day” how the European Union works, a senior adviser to European Com(...)

The proposed relocation of the National Maternity Hospital to the St Vincent’s campus would deliver a  modern healthcare facility, the hearing was told. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A doctor leading the new National Maternity Hospital (NMH) project has urged planners to approve the current application which would “significantly el(...)

Paul O’Neill addresses newsroom staff after the announcement he is taking over from Kevin O’Sullivan (left) as editor. Photograph: Frank Miller

The independence and values of The Irish Times, allied with its creativity and news edge, would see it succeed into the future, outgoing editor Kevin (...)

The newsroom of The Irish Times as  Kevin O’Sullivan (left), announced  he was stepping down from the role as   editor role, and that the current deputy editor, Paul O’Neill (right), had been appointed as his successor by the board of The Irish Times. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Paul O’Neill has been appointed Editor of The Irish Times in succession to Kevin O’Sullivan. Mr O’Neill has served as Deputy Editor for almost a decad(...)

Winner of the World Press Photo 2016  photographer Burhan Ozbilici (right) and Lars Boering  of the World Press Photo Foundation during the announcement in Amsterdam on Monday. Photograph:   Jeroen Jumelet/EPA

The decision by the World Press Photo jury to award their main prize to an image of the murder of Russian ambassador Andrey Karlov in an Ankara art ga(...)

Irish Times managing director Liam Kavanagh: “If we don’t make a profit we won’t exist.” Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Irish Times Ltd made an operating loss of €1.1 million before exceptional items in 2015, compared with an operating profit of €840,000 the previo(...)