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Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin: move would represent   a change to his stated position of keeping the good cause fund at 30.5 per cent of total annual turnover

Good causes could receive less from the National Lottery in the future due to planned changes to the rules governing the schem(...)

Liam Doran, general secretary of the INMO, speaking a press conference yesterday with Claire Mahon, president of the organisation.

Nurses and midwives are today expected to vote in favour of balloting for strike action if the Government moves (...)

Gtech has won three of the US lottery contracts: Indiana, Illinois and, last month, New Jersey. Photograph: Scott Olson/Getty

Where better to launch a bid for the State’s lottery business than from inside its Dublin headquarters? Italian-owned gaming giant Gtech (...)

Kevin Mulvey chief executive of the LRC, is expected to get more time to talk to unions

The Cabinet is expected to grant a request by Labour Relations Commission chief executive Kieran Mulvey for more time to liaise w(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin said he would lead an “efficiency drive” to cut costs. Photograph: Eric Luke

Government plans to centralise the way in which it buys goods and services threaten to cut small businesses out of State contracts and lead to (...)

Bord Gais has begun the sale of its energy division, which supplies electricity and natural gas to businesses and consumers, opening the door to potential bidders.

Bord Gáis formally kicked off the first of what will be two bidding rounds for its energy division, which the State-owned comp(...)

The National Lottery generated €225.3 million for good causes last year, the lowest amount in six years, on the back of falling ticket sales. H(...)

People attending the “Walk in the Woods” protest on Sunday.  Photograph: Eric Luke

The Government is moving closer to dropping its plan to sell off the harvesting rights of State forestry company Coillt(...)

Privatisation of State-owned forestry company Coillte looks increasingly unlikely, Minister for Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte has told the Dáil. Photograph: The Irish Times

Privatisation of State-owned forestry company Coillte looks increasingly unlikely, Minister for Natural Resources Pat Rabbitte(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure Brendan Howlin is expected to bring proposals before Cabinet by May 14th for legislation to cut the pay bill if there is no prospect of a negotiated agreement. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Government is prepared to offer some limited concessions to unions on its plans to reduce the cost of the public service pay and pensions b(...)

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