Paul Keogh

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  Paul Kehoe (right), the former  minister with responsibility for defence, said last month that some initial preliminary work had commenced on the review of pay structures. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw /The Irish Times

A year after a government plan to tackle recruitment and retention problems in the Defence Forces was published, military officers have said the initi(...)

When it emptied our cities, Covid-19 gave us a chance to push reset. It allowed people to really see the space, rather than the people and cars cro(...)

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Defence Forces members. File photo. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Government is considering re-introducing automatic promotions after a fixed period of time for specialist officers in the Defence Forces as part o(...)

Minister of State with responsibility for Defence Paul Kehoe at Custume Barracks, Athlone, where he reviewed troops of the 60th Infantry Group ahead of their six-month deployment to the Golan Heights in the Middle East. Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

Fianna Fáil has said the Government must give “urgent consideration” to the establishment of a pay review body for the Defence Forces. The party’s sp(...)

Army leadership is concerned at the possibility of a withdrawal of labour by members of the Defence Forces if a bond with  trade unions is forged. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

The head of the Defence Forces has told the Government that permitting military representative bodies to become part of the trade union movement could(...)

File image of members of the Army Ranger Wing during a training exercise at the Curragh Camp in Co Kildare. Photograph: Alan Betson

Members of the Army Ranger Wing, the special forces arm of the Irish Defence Forces, will depart in the days ahead on a deployment to Mali – deemed to(...)

 Larry Goodman:  reached an agreement last year to buy out Sean Mulryan’s one-third stake, which would give him majority control of the hospital. Photograph: Eamonn Farrell/Photocall

A boardroom row at the Larry Goodman and Sean Mulryan-backed Hermitage Clinic in Dublin has deepened, after an associate of Mr Goodman’s wrote to the (...)

Air Corps training aircraft fly over the Spire in Dublin. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Air Corps pilots are to be sent for training with the Royal Australian Air Force under proposals approved by the Cabinet on Thursday. The move is aim(...)

Takeda   has invested €40 million at Grange Castle to build a new plant . Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

Investing in specialist waste management facilities would strengthen Ireland’s hand in attracting more foreign investment, a global pharmaceuticals ch(...)

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