The National Lottery paid out more than €453 million in prizes last year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Lottery sales increased for the fourth year in a row to €805 million, although that figure was slightly held back by the lack of rolling jackpots. M(...)

Andrew Algeo (48) will take over from current lottery boss Dermot Griffin next month

The National Lottery has appointed a former Paddy Power Betfair executive as its new chief executive. Andrew Algeo (48) will take over from longstand(...)

The group established to monitor reform at the Department of Justice has come out in strong support of a controversial proposal to create an independe(...)

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan  resigned last year after controversies in the gardaí.  Photograph: The Irish Times

  A high-level report into issues within the Department of Justice has found “it is as if the system has naturally evolved to ensure that the bu(...)

Banker and lawyer Basil Geoghegan is set to become chairman of State airports’ company, DAA. Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Shane Ross on(...)

Former DAA chairman Pádraig Ó Ríordáin becomes chairman of the National Lottery.

Former DAA chairman Pádraig Ó Ríordáin has been appointed as chairman of the National Lottery. Announcing his appointment, which is effective immedi(...)

Terminal 2 at Dublin Airport – further improvements would have to be paid for from airline fees. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Dublin Airport could seek more cash from airlines to help pay for further improvements to its facilities, according to its chief executive, Kevin Tola(...)

The Dublin Airport Authority intends to build a new runway, planning permission for which it received in 2007, valid for 10 years and with 31 conditions. File photograph: Cyril Byrne

Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) is willing to pay top dollar for the homes of residents who have to move house because of noise disturbance when the ne(...)

Richard Burrows, who was Bank of Ireland chairman in 2008, outlined in  detail yesterday the events of September 29th. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The night of September 29th, 2008, will be forever be etched in the history of the Republic, with the then government issuing a systemic guarantee th(...)

The purchase of the luxury Savoy hotel group in London and the €1.166 billion purchase of the Jurys Inn budget hotel chain were among  high-profile deals put together by Derek  Quinlan (above) before the banking and property markets crashed in late 2008. File photograph: Alan Weller/Bloomberg

Derek Quinlan, one of Ireland’s most prolific property financiers in the boom years, has been called to give evidence before the Oireachtas Banking In(...)

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