Mr Mcdonnell

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Community educator Johnny McDonnell with (left to right) Alison Neven, Maria McDonnell, Elizabeth McDonnell, Katie McDonnell and Jessica McDonnell , all of whom participate in the Steam education programme, supported by Kinia and funded by Science Foundation Ireland. Photo: Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland

Traveller children who excel in education tend to have parents who push them and also teachers who will “pull them”, an education worker with the comm(...)

The Shannon closure will directly affect 83 Aer Lingus cabin crew.  Photograph: Alan Betson

Cabin crew union Fórsa says Aer Lingus refused to attend a Labour Court hearing over the airline’s plan to close its Shannon base, where up to 126 job(...)

Ministers and the three party leaders favour rolling out the use of antigen tests to help with the reopening of many sectors of commercial and social life. Photograph: Getty

Significant differences have emerged between Ministers and public health officials over the use of antigen testing during the reopening of business an(...)

Cost of PPE will be a ‘substantial drag on businesses for some time to come’, said Isme. Photograph: iStock

The Government is effectively profiting from the maintenance of public health by charging businesses VAT on the purchase of personal protective equipm(...)

The credit guarantee scheme will involve the State guaranteeing up to 80 per cent of low-cost loans for small businesses affected by the pandemic.

The State’s new credit guarantee scheme is likely to have a slim take-up, given that businesses are “completely debt averse” due to the Covid-19 pande(...)

Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys  said the legislation will ‘significantly beef up’ Microfinance Ireland (MFI) and enable a significant expansion of the Future Growth Loan Scheme operated by the SBCI. Photograph: Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland/PA Wire

Only €11 million worth of loans have been provided to small businesses affected by the pandemic under the Government’s main support scheme, a figure w(...)

Cityjet lost a contract with Aer Lingus to provide services from Dublin to London City Airport, Birmingham and Paris, several weeks ago.

Irish-based Cityjet pilots fear Scandinavian crew will replace them when the troubled airline resumes flying once Covid-19 travel bans are lifted. Ci(...)

Grafton Street:  All but essential shops closed late in March when the Government stepped up measures to contain the spread of coronavirus. Photograph: Bryan O’ Brien

Employers want the Government to protect businesses facing the threat of eviction arising from difficulties paying rent as a result of the Covid-19 cr(...)

John McDonnell, 83, who has cancer, at the St Dominic’s Park Traveller site at Belcamp Lane, Darndale, Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Johnny McDonnell (84) has prostate cancer and bone cancer, and lives in a caravan in Dublin with no running water. A resident of St Dominic’s Park, a(...)

John Moloney: Will be joined by Mark Goodman,  accountant Fergal O’Dwyer and long-time ABP executives Tom Kirwan and Finbarr McDonnell. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Former Glanbia boss John Moloney is joining the board of Larry Goodman’s meat business ABP Food along with one of the owner’s sons, Mark Goodman. AB(...)

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