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Revenue chairman Niall Cody made the remarks at the Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee meeting. Photograph: iStock

Revenue has seen instances of “absolute fraudulent behaviour” by a small number of companies that have availed of the employment wage subsidy scheme ((...)

The Department of Health, Miesian Plaza, on Baggot Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Talks aimed at seeking a new deal on a lease for the office building that houses the Department of Health are going on “far too long” members of the D(...)

Seamus McCarthy, Comptroller and Auditor General. Photograph: David Sleator

Voluntary hospitals failed to provide the Health Service Executive (HSE) with details it sought on procurement totalling more than €803 million, the D(...)

Taoiseach Michéal Martin unveils a brick at the Irish Arts Center in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen

And now for some good news. More TDs. We can never have enough TDs to complain about. Were it not for the pandemic, the business of carving up const(...)

HSE boss Paul Reid told the committee he will provide a ‘summary note’ outlining the cost of the unused PPE. File photograph: The Irish Times

The Health Service Executive was engaged in an “ebay style war” for personal protective equipment (PPE) at the start of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Pub(...)

Senator Barry Ward is celebrating his engagement to fellow Fine Gaeler Aoife McLoughlin-Ngo.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

It’s a brave Government politician who would organise a big social bash these days, inviting a shedload of Coalition leading lights to an evening of c(...)

Sinn Féin’s Brian Stanley: said he and other TDs had been assured in the past that ‘stringent penalties’  would apply in the broadband contract. Photograph; Dara Mac Dónaill

The Dáil Public Accounts Committee is to press the Government on whether there are provisions in the national broadband plan for penalties to apply to(...)

UL management conceded that despite seeking and paying about €10,000 for a valuation of the property, it had no copy on file.

The University of Limerick has set in train an investigation into its controversial €8 million purchase of a former Dunnes Stores development site in (...)

The higher salary amounts to a pay increase of more than €80,000 for Robert Watt. File photograph: Collins

Minister for Public Expenditure Michael McGrath is to appear before an Oireachtas committee to answer questions on the appointment of Robert Watt as s(...)

All couriers are considered self-employed, and they must appeal that decision if they wish it to be changed. Photograph: iStock

Thousands of workers are, and have been, misclassified as self-employed by the State, the Dáil Public Accounts Committee has been told. Activist and (...)

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