Mary Harney

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Along with the present occupant, Simon Harris, there is a wealth of experience in the election field of dealing with the challenges of the health service. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA

Health will once again play a central role in the forthcoming general election, but will it make any difference to the eventual outcome? Both Taoisea(...)

While KPMG is beefing up its traditional roles, the firm is also recruiting in the areas of cybersecurity, data analytics and sustainability. Photograph: iStock

Professional services firm KPMG will add 800 jobs this year, half of which will be targeted at experienced professionals. One of the big four account(...)

Former Tánaiste Mary Harney said she was looking forward to serving on the public-interest committee of KPMG.

Former tánaiste Mary Harney has been appointed by accounting firm KPMG to its public-interest committee. This body oversees aspects of KPMG’s “deci(...)

This Government failed to stop illegal turf harvesting on raised Midland bogs during recent years, so a negative response to a ban on this traditional fuel can be anticipated. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Threats of litigation by coal producers over a proposed nationwide ban on smoky coal have caused the Government to hesitate on established policy. I(...)

Fintan O’Toole; Joan Freeman;  Prof Mary McAleese, Patrick Prendergast,  Prof Terry Hughes,  Mary Harney and  Michael Gazzaniga at the ceremony on Friday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Irish Times columnist Fintan O’Toole was conferred with an honorary degree from Trinity College Dublin on Friday. It was the first ceremony conducted(...)

There are other issues which haven’t been fully ventilated. Mr Justice Sean Ryan alluded to one of these when saying that religious congregations may complain about “a barrage of criticism on the basis of unproven or extravagant or extreme . . . allegations” which may be contained within the records but did not feature in the commission’s final report in 2009. Photograph: AP

From rural Ireland, Tomás has spent most of his turbulent life abroad. The detritus left behind included intermittent employment, a failed marriage, e(...)

Under existing rules only consultants with a specific type of contract are permitting to treat fee-paying patients in private hospitals. Photograph: The Irish Times

A hospital consultant in the west of Ireland is facing disciplinary action for allegedly breaching rules governing private practice. A report submitt(...)

University of Limerick campus, plans will expand UL into city centre. Photograph: Press 22

Management at University of Limerick (UL) is facing an academic revolt after 50 professors signed a letter calling for the suspension of restructuring(...)

 Justice Seán Ryan, chair, and Anne McLoughlin, a member of the confidentiality committee, at the launch of Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse Report, in Dublin in 2009. Photograph: Eric Luke

Proposed legislation to seal records relating to historic child abuse for 75 years would make abuse survivors “invisible once more,” an Oireachtas co(...)

Direct provision: Pierrot Ngadi, one of the first people to go through the system. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

THE FIRST PART OF A MAJOR IRISH TIMES SERIES INVESTIGATES THE ORIGINS AND CURRENT REALITIES OF IRELAND’S OFTEN CONTENTIOUS METHOD OF HOUSING ASYLUM(...)

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