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Controversy surrounding Gabriel Makhlouf, the man appointed as the next governor of the Central Bank is an embarrassment for Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

The controversy surrounding Gabriel Makhlouf, the man appointed as the next governor of the Central Bank, is an embarrassment for Minister for Finance(...)

Gabriel Makhlouf: New Zealand’s public service watchdog has now said Makhlouf “acted unreasonably”

Gabriel Makhlouf, the top official in New Zealand’s treasury department, was selected to become the 12th governor of the Central Bank of Ireland earli(...)

Gabriel Makhlouf. Imminent departure from New Zealand post  made an official reprimand or other punitive action not practicable, his employer said. Photograph: Vivek Prakash/Bloomberg/Getty

The incoming Central Bank of Ireland governor Gabriel Makhlouf “acted unreasonably” in characterising as “hacking” a leak of parts of the 2019 budget (...)

The importance of physician empathy should not be underestimated. Photograph: iStock

In 1811, the English novelist Frances “Fanny” Burney (1752-1840) ate breakfast at her Paris home before undergoing a mastectomy in her bedroom . . . w(...)

KPMG partner David Meagher: “There is a growing sense that agribusiness is on the cusp of significant change.”

The latest Irish Farmers Journal/KPMG Agribusiness Report focuses on the competitiveness of the Irish food and agriculture sectors and how they measur(...)

Chateau d’Estoublon in Provence, France. The property is included in Airbnb’s new platform. Photograph: Airbnb

When Airbnb launched in 2008, the tech startup offered cash-strapped travellers cheap overnight stays on sofas and in spare bedrooms around the world.(...)

New Zealand’s treasury chief Gabriel Makhlouf:  he is due to become the Irish Central Bank’s new governor

The result of an inquiry into charges that incoming Central Bank of Ireland governor Gabriel Makhlouf misled the New Zealand government is expected la(...)

More than 8.6 million outbound trips were undertaken by Irish residents lin 2018, up 5.8 per cent on 2017.  File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

People living in Ireland spent almost €5 billion on foreign holidays last year, according to official data from the Central Statistics Office (CSO). (...)

Don’t leave it until the last minute to get travel insurance  - almost 40 per cent of the claims are made before travel with illness and death the most likely reasons for cancelled holidays

We all get hung up on packing like Ninjas at this time of year as we ready ourselves for holidays overseas and look to save ourselves the costs associ(...)

Partners and sponsors at Portglenone on the Lower Bann, ahead of the European coarse fishing championships.

The National Coarse Fishing Federation of Ireland (Ncffi) is gearing up to host the 25th Fédéracion International de la Pêche Sportive European Champi(...)

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