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In terms of Brexit context lending, AIB chief executive Colin Hunt  says the bank is “responding to customer demand”.

AIB expects to reduce its non-performing loan exposure by between €2 billion and €3 billion by the end of this year, the company told an Oireachtas co(...)

‘Fire appliances that would not be on the roads anywhere else in Europe are used here and many of the fire appliances we are buying are second-hand,’ the Oireachtas committee was told. File photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Dublin Fire Brigade’s fleet is “absolutely sub-standard” and constitutes a danger to the public, an Oireachtas committee has been told. People before(...)

March for Climate Change: students on their way to Leinster House on March 15th. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Political discourse in the State is mostly predictable but it can spring big surprises, sometimes from unexpected quarters. On March 15th, children a(...)

Central Bank governor Philip Lane said the No Consent, No Sale Bill would not bolster consumers’ protections. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Central Bank governor Philip Lane has said he has “grave concerns” about Sinn Féin’s No Consent, No Sale Bill, which seeks to prevent banks from selli(...)

FAI official John Delaney during Saturday’s European Championship qualifier against Gibraltar at Victoria Stadium. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

John Delaney will potentially earn €280,000 a year despite being replaced as chief executive of the FAI. The association confirmed he is to take a “s(...)

Let’s talk about sex: not just as a list of dire warnings. Photograph: iStock

I was having a conversation with a friend recently about our sprawling family trees. He told me about a member of his extended family, who was a grand(...)

Geoffrey Cox outside Downing Street. Photograph: Peter Nicholls/Reuters

As talks between the EU Brexit task force and the UK resumed last week – notably involving visits to Brussels by British attorney general Geoffrey Cox(...)

Bríd Smith: “It comes from a Government that speaks out of both sides of its face on climate change”

The continued obstruction of a Bill to ban fossil fuel exploration in Ireland by an Oireachtas committee “is an act of environmental vandalism”, accor(...)

Ian Drennan said he “remained available to assist the committee in whatever way possible and would attend before the committee on whatever date specified in due course.” Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill / THE IRISH TIMES

The Director of Corporate Enforcement, the State’s company watchdog, may appear before an Oireachtas committee this year in what would be a first appe(...)

The site of the proposed National Children’s Hospital, which is currently projected to cost €1.43bn. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Oireachtas committee investigating overspending on the National Children’s Hospital is in dispute with one of the State’s most senior civil servan(...)

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