The Defence Forces said steps were underway to remedy the shortage of personnel in the Irish Air Corps.

The Irish Coast Guard helicopter which crashed on a rescue mission early Tuesday had been tasked to the scene after the Defence Forces had been unable(...)

Brothers William (65) and Patrick Price (62),  Stephenstown Industrial Estate, Balbriggan, Co Dublin, pleaded guilty  to failing to have details of  life-saving drills and training procedures recorded in their trawler’s log  on November 4th, 2015. File photograph: iStockPhoto

Two trawler-owners have been fined a total of €500 and ordered to pay €350 in costs after they admitted breaches of maritime safety regulations on one(...)

In 2014, 13 bodies under the  control of the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport had a credit card bill of €2,700,753 and a further one of €2,967,010 in 2015. File photograph: Getty Images

State bodies spent €11,288,798 using credit cards over two years, new figures have revealed. Information released to Fianna Fáil spokesman on public (...)

How do you solve a problem like the Minister? “Everyone is convinced that Shane wants to get himself fired.” Photograph: Alan Betson

For a confident, ambitious man who likes a lot of attention and the sound of his own voice, the job of government minister must seem very attractive. (...)

Dublin is far bigger than any other airport in the country, State-owned or otherwise, so the Commission for Aviation Regulation regulates its charges

There now seems to be some realistic chance that private enterprise will run any third terminal at Dublin Airport in competition with the existing fac(...)

The Minister for Transport Shane Ross wants experts to weigh the pros and cons of allowing private sector player to build and run a third terminal at Dublin Airport.

Minister for Transport Shane Ross wants experts to weigh the pros and cons of allowing a private business to build and run a third terminal at Dublin (...)

Minister for Transport Shane Ross, with Independent Alliance TDs Kevin Moran and Sean Canney, outside Government Buildings in Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Minister for Transport Shane Ross has failed to fill 35 vacancies on State boards since taking office. The figures were released from the Department (...)

The National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) warned that the closure of rail lines would “obviously have industrial relation ramifications” for trade unions, it would also have significant political fallout. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The public is to be consulted on the future of the country’s railways on foot of a new review which warns of line closures if very significant additio(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Refom Paschal Donohoe gives his speech.

In making my first Estimates Statement to the Dáil, I am aware that my responsibility differs from that of my predecessor in his first year in Office.(...)

An image from the visitwaterfordgreenway website. The first section of the Waterford Greenway will open next week.

The first section of a multi-million euro greenway in Co Waterford will open next week. A 23 kilometres section linking Kilmacthomas to Dungarvan wi(...)

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