Des Crowley

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 Bank of Ireland’s UK chief executive Des Crowley who has been employed by the bank for more than 30 years

Des Crowley, chief executive of Bank of Ireland’s UK business, is to retire next year with the recruitment process to chose a successor due to commenc(...)

Bank of Ireland chief executive Francesca McDonagh: “I want us to be the national champion bank in Ireland.” Photograph: Joanne O’Brien

Francesca McDonagh looks visibly relieved after a day of presenting her grand vision on the future of Bank of Ireland to a room of suits in London. E(...)

The precarious overcrowding of 1997 has alleviated, down from almost 800 prisoners then to 650 now.

Not long after it was first broadcast, in 1997, the four-part documentary The Joy received a fascinating review from an unlikely quarter. “We didn’t n(...)

New customer lending by Bank of Ireland’s UK unit increased by 12 per cent last year to more than £4.5 billion, in spite of Brexit uncertainty.

Bank of Ireland’s plan to pay out a €124 million shareholder dividend in the coming months has been more than covered by a payment the group received (...)

Blood samples for HIV tests. Photograph: GettyImages

The number of people diagnosed with HIV in Ireland is rising amid concerns that ambivalence about the disease is putting increasing numbers of people (...)

More than 200 inmates in Mountjoy Prison recently presented during a two-day mass screening. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Innovative new screening programmes have uncovered high levels of hepatitis C among the prison and homeless populations. Doctors say the results show(...)

 Act Up: members of  the Dublin HIV/Aids activist group call on Government and stakeholders to address the HIV crisis. Photograph: Eric Luke

Record numbers of people were diagnosed with HIV in Ireland last year amid concerns that a growing ambivalence about the disease is putting increasing(...)

Richie Boucher will remain in his role as Bank of Ireland chief executive until a successor is found. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Richie Boucher is to step down as Bank of Ireland chief executive later this year, after more than eight years in the role. The bank announced on F(...)

Family doctors support the legalisation of cannabis for medicinal use, a new survey indicates.

Family doctors support the legalisation of cannabis for medicinal use but are opposed to its general decriminalisation, a new survey indicates. A ma(...)

Due to the accelerated ageing process caused by prison life and other factors, prisoners are usually referred to as ‘older’ if they are over the age of 50.  Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dr Des Crowley, GP, addiction specialist and medical officer in charge of the drug treatment programme in Mountjoy Prison in Dublin, has been working (...)

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