Team winner Hugh Guidera from TCD Phil during the Irish Times Debate Final in 2015 held at Maynooth University. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

1960 “That this house regrets the divergence of the sciences from the humanities in the modern university.” Team winner: Charles Lysaght and Aidan B(...)

Outgoing minister for transport Shane Ross after being eliminated from the count. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

In what could yet be one of his last acts as Minster for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross has appointed the panel that will hear State company(...)

DAA maintains that it cannot pay for a planned €2 billion expansion of Dublin Airport, needed to allow it to handle up to 40 million passengers a year by 2030, if the charges are cut. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Senior counsel Eoin McCullough will chair a panel that will hear Dublin Airport’s challenge to a controversial ruling by regulators that it slash pass(...)

Kevin Lunney and Liam McCaffrey  (right) leaving the public  inquiry into Quinn Insurance’s collapse at Blackhall Place in Dublin on Tuesday. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

If you’re looking to find out how Quinn Insurance Limited (QIL) collapsed almost a decade ago, who was responsible, and the main reason a 2 per cent l(...)

The five men, who had sued their schools, sought to have the discontinuance orders set aside and so their cases could be resumed, following the European Court of Human Rights ruling.

The Minister for Education has decided not to pursue legal costs of cases taken by five men who sought to resume legal actions over alleged sexual abu(...)

In its apology, the Law Society said it reiterated the outcome of that Circuit Court case represented a “full vindication of Mr Bailey’s good name”. Photograph: Eric Luke

The Law Society has apologised in the High Court to a carpenter over an article which incorrectly stated he had been certified insane.The apology was (...)

O’Flynn group managing director Michael O’Flynn: he and his fellow directors offered €240 million for the entire Irish business, including their personal loans. Photograph: Collins Courts

O’Flynn Construction managing director Michael O’Flynn offered to buy Blackstone out of its involvement in the group’s Irish assets for €240 million (...)