SBIR Ireland manager Marguerite Bourke

Flooding, illegal dumping, bathing-water quality, and increasing the number of cyclists on Dublin’s streets are some of the problems being addressed i(...)

Denmark’s state prosecutor last week filed preliminary criminal charges against Danske Bank for alleged violations of the country’s anti-money laundering act in relation to its Estonian branch.

The State’s procurement office, which earlier this year selected Danske Bank to provide day-to-day banking services to the Government, has said it con(...)

A Comptroller and Auditor General report says the University of Limerick  added executives to State-funded pension scheme at cost of €1.2m.

Two executives at a University of Limerick subsidiary company were added to the university’s State-funded pension scheme at a cost of more than €1.2 m(...)

Frank McAnena: “Providing the right sort of support for complex medications could make such a difference to people’s quality of life.” Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Any savvy political adviser who wants to come up with a solution to the State’s soaring bill for drugs and many unnecessary hospital admissions should(...)

Photograph: iStock

Up to €100 million in savings could be generated if Ireland’s medical general practices were more efficient, a spending review by the Department of Pu(...)

Danske said its headquarters in Copenhagen and its Estonian branch failed for years to prevent suspected money laundering. Photograph: Mads Claus Rasmussen/EPA

The Republic’s procurement office has said it is monitoring the unfolding money-laundering scandal at Danske Bank, months after picking the Danish gro(...)

Graduate training programmes offer graduates a great opportunity to gain valuable experience in their chosen career area. Photograph: iStock

Dedicated graduate programmes are increasingly important to recruitment and more companies are going down this route. The following is a selection of (...)

Minister for Health Simon Harris. The Department of Health papers note that “a key issue for health agencies, where unfunded pension liabilities are recognised, is the absence of a matching pension asset”. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Key health providers face possible insolvency in a dispute over pension liabilities in a confrontation that health officials warn could have adverse i(...)

Public dismay over the number of homeless families and a shortage of affordable housing has put the Government under pressure.

A lack of detail concerning the powers and responsibilities of the proposed Land Development Agency is a cause for concern. Grandiose declarations tha(...)

With the Land Development Agency, the big winners could be developers and the assorted hangers on in the big advisory companies, who have already milked Nama. Photograph: David Davies/PA

Another crisis, another agency. Creating a new body is one of the traditional Irish political routes to addressing a problem – the Health Service Exec(...)

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