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UDG Healthcare chief executive Brendan McAtamney at the company’s AGM earlier this year. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Irish healthcare service provider UDG expects growth to be “impacted by planned investments”. The comments came as the group reported full-year figure(...)

Bertie Ahern and Michael McDowell: their Fianna Fáil-Progressive Democrats coalition was in office when the Morris tribunal reported in 2005. Photograph: Julien Behal/PA

The last time the Garda Síochána was in the kind of trouble it is in now, Fianna Fáil and the Progressive Democrats were in office. Everyone was so s(...)

The current Cork city area could be set to expand.

The author of a review of local government arrangements in Cork has defended his group’s decision to allow a major expansion of the city which will s(...)

The key aspect of the report was the retention of two separate local authorities, with the city area being expanded. File photograph: iStock/Getty Images

Cork County Council has criticised a report which recommends the retention of two separate local authorities in the county saying it represents “a maj(...)

Ryanair  has been continuing its aggressive expansion into Germany and Italy,  and its capital expenditure is currently adding about one aircraft per week

MONDAY Results: Perrigo Indicators: Irish retail sales (April); euro zone loan growth (April); UK house prices (May) TUESDAY Results: Ryanair Hol(...)

 Margrethe Vestager: the European commissioner for competition has restored some faith in the EU with her ruling regarding Apple. Photograph:  John Thys/AFP/Getty Images

Brussels has been accused of “bending the rules” in its pursuit of Apple for €13 billion in taxes it says should have been paid in Ireland. But in tru(...)

Gaia Dempsey, managing director of DAQRI International, speaking to students at a Smart Futures talk

Managed by Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) in partnership with Engineers Ireland, the Smart Futures programme is aimed at promoting science, technolo(...)

Minister Humphreys has officially launched the design and construction phases for the works at the National Archives building in Dublin. Once completed, the new facility will house four million records, containing an estimated 100 million pages. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/Irish Times

Relatives of those who fought in the Easter Rising have confirmed they will boycott the launch of the Government’s 2016 draft programme event in Dubli(...)

What’s going on?: we’re still no wiser how the centenary of the Rising will be marked. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

We’re getting so close to the 1916 centenary you can almost smell the enormous argument approaching. One of the enormous arguments, at least. So far w(...)

Minister for Jobs Richard Bruton on Monday published the long-awaited Competition and Consumer Protection Bill.

A substantial reform of consumer and competition laws will pave the way for a powerful new watchdog in the area, stiff rules to prevent “hello mone(...)

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