The NTMA’s board initiated a process in June to find a successor to Conor O’Kelly, the current chief executive of the agency, as he prepares to step down next year

The National Treasury Management Agency’s (NTMA) director of funding and debt management, Frank O’Connor, and the Department of Finance’s banking hea(...)

Protected disclosures about the exposure of aircraft technicians to dangerous chemicals at Baldonnel Airfield were first made to the Government in 2015.  File photograph: Chris Maddaloni/The Irish Times

The rate of deaths among former Air Corps personnel who have been exposed to dangerous chemicals needs to be examined by the Government, a leading pub(...)

Solicitor  Gillian O’Connor with Deirdre and Adrian Molloy outside the High Court on Wednesday after Oran Molloy settled his birth injury case for € 30 million. Photograph: Collins Courts

The HSE’s agreement to a record €30 million birth injury settlement for a teenage boy with cerebral palsy is likely to spark demand for higher settlem(...)

The HSE is working with distributors to ensure CPAP devices are repaired or replaced, as well as developing specific clinical advice for consultants who have prescribed them. File photograph: Getty

More than 100 defective breathing machines have been replaced across the health service after they were linked to risks of harm to users. Separate ef(...)

The man had initiated proceedings against the Congregation of Christian Brothers in 2011 alleging he was sexually abused in the 1960s while a national school pupil.

A man who has sued over being sexually abuse by a Christian Brother at national school wants the High Court to overturn the State Claims Agency’s refu(...)

Nama’s chief executive Brendan McDonagh. Photograph:  Dara Mac Dónaill

Nama’s chief executive Brendan McDonagh, the Department of Finance’s banking head Des Carville and Dara Deering, head of Home Building Finance Ireland(...)

CervicalCheck campaigners led by Lorraine Walsh, Stephen Teap and Vicky Phelan leaving Leinster House. Photograph: Tom Honan

The potential cost arising from claims against State bodies, including clinical negligence actions, is set to rise “significantly” in the coming years(...)

Forty-one legal cases in relation to CervicalCheck have concluded so far – 33 in relation to claimants themselves and eight in relation to family members. Photograph: iStock

The number of legal cases related to the CervicalCheck controversy now stands at 305, the Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has been told. A tot(...)

Chief executive of the National Treasury Management Agency Conor O’Kelly: ‘When the crisis hit, we had fiscal room when we needed it most and, in the years ahead we need to create that room again.’  Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The chief executive of the National Treasury Management Agency (NTMA) will tell TDs that Ireland must prepare for the next “economic shock” as the cou(...)

Illustration: iStock/Getty

A global surge in the number of young people with the complex condition of gender dysphoria has divided professionals on how the medical system can(...)

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