Irish pharma giant Elan will be under the spotlight next month as the company seeks shareholder approval for a number of acquisitions including Aus(...)

Imelda May is fronting the latest credit union advertising campaign.

Two years ago the biggest credit union in Ireland, St Raphael’s – which serves gardaí and their families across the State – announced it was pl(...)

Kelly Martin, chief executive of Elan, says the transactions will deliver long-term growth in income and value. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

DOMINIC COYLE and FIONA REDDAN Royalty Pharma last night increased its offer for Elan to $12:50 as its target continued its activity on t(...)

Workers at Pfizer could be forgiven if they failed to identify with the general air of summer expectation that tends to resonate at this time o(...)

Outside. I’d forgotten how great it is, and not in a George Michael kind of way. Those poor, tormented people who live in California and the like d(...)

“My daughter woke up this week and cried about how much she missed her friends at school in the Mercy in Galway,” said a former resident of Lisbrook House. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

A cross-party group of Senators is lending its support to a nationwide “day of action” tomorrow to highlight the “inhumanity” of the direct pro(...)

The complaints, which numbered 26 at one stage of the inquiry, were made to the Medical Council by K Doc and covered the years 2005-2010.

A Medical Council fitness to practise inquiry into a GP was halted yesterday after the doctor agreed to submi(...)

Dr Aoife Kavanagh at the Medical Council earlier this year. Photograph: Alan Betson / THE IRISH TIMES

A Medical Council fitness-to-practise inquiry against a GP who allegedly failed to respond to requests for help in a timely manner, and treated(...)

Kildare's Alan Smith is bundled over the sideline by Conor Gormley during the league game in Newbridge last month. Photograph: Morgan Treacy/Inpho

Croke Park, 2.0 The first semi-final brings together two (...)

Gerry Galvin was one of the most creative chefs of Ireland’s culinary development . He was also an influential food writer. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Gerry Galvin, who has died aged 70, was best known as one of the most creative chefs of Ireland’s culinary development and also was an influent(...)

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