Tim Duggan

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The Data Protection Commissioner Helen Dixon began  a formal investigation of the public services card project last October. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

The Data Protection Commissioner has denied claims by a senior civil servant driving the Government’s public services card (PSC) project that the comm(...)

The Oireachtas Committee on Employment and Social Protection was told about 4,000 people had failed to go through the  registration process and had  their free travel withdrawn. Photograph: Brian O’Brien

Over 450 people have had welfare payments suspended after they failed to go through an identity registration process for the public services card (PSC(...)

A conference heard that demographic pressures meant the country was facing into stormy weather in relation to pension provision. Photograph: iStock

Future Government incentives for those who want to work beyond the traditional retirement age could include permitting people to defer their State pen(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure Pascal Donohoe: has no plan to make it a legal requirement for members of the public to embrace the new system. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Government says it has no plans to make the use of new public service cards mandatory under law, although in the future many State agencies could (...)

Anne Graham of the National Transport Authority. She  has rejected a claim there is saturation in the inter-city bus market.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A final decision by Bus Éireann on whether to introduce unilaterally widespread cuts in staff pay as part of a radical survival plan is not now expec(...)

Trainer Liz Doyle (left): “Soft ground, near bottom weight: it’s not rocket science!” Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

After Sea Scorpion won at Tramore less than a fortnight ago his trainer Liz Doyle spelled out the formula for his success – “soft ground, near bottom (...)

Minister for European Affairs and Data Protection Dara Murphy said the new forum would deal with the opportunities and challenges posed by the increasing use of personal data.

Challenges in dealing with the increased generation and use of personal information will be the focus of a new advisory group to the Government, which(...)

Tim Duggan and Aoife Flanagan: ‘I proposed to her on a park bench in Manhattan on my knees in my running gear.’ Photograph: Trevor Hart
The look of love

Tim Duggan and Aoife Flanagan Tim, 33, entrepreneur We met through a close friend and at first she refused to meet up with me for a dr(...)