Charlie Mccreevy

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The decentralisation policy was the brainchild of then minister for finance Charlie McCreevy in December 2003. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The much-derided decentralisation programme of the last government actually turned a healthy profit for the State because of all the prime Dublin buil(...)

Former IMF mission leader to Ireland Ajai Chopra: unguaranteed senior bondholders should not get away free when the public purse is called upon to support distressed banks. Photograph: Eric Luke

The comments of former IMF mission leader to Ireland Ajai Chopra as he reflected on the organisation’s engagement with the Irish bailout are worthy of(...)

The Irish arm of the accountancy firm Grant Thornton has come out swinging in response to the apparent watering down of fresh auditing rules proposed (...)

 Edith Kennedy, Aoife Farrelly and Michael Kenny,   members of the Trim Heritage Co-Op,  at  the Allsop property auction  in the  RDS yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A group of community activists in Trim have failed to buy a building at the latest Allsop auction in Dublin yesterday. They had hoped the Maudlins Cen(...)

Robert Hoban auctioneer at the Allsop property auction in the Library room of the RDS, this morning. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

A group of community activists in Trim has failed in a bid to buy a building at a property auction. They had hoped the building, auctioned at t(...)

Irish financial technology firm Sentenial has completed more than €8 million in deals in 2013

Irish financial technology firm Sentenial has completed more than €8 million in deals in 2013, the company has said, identifying a surge in demand for(...)

Woodlands Golf Course at Coolearagh, Coill Dubh, Naas, Co Kildare – 18-hole golf course on 127 acres with large clubhouse

Yet another golf club that ran into financial difficulties in the recession is to be offered for sale at a knockdown price when Allsop Space stage a m(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin

Minister for Public Reform Brendan Howlin has strongly defended amendments to freedom of information legislation which will lead to increased fees for(...)

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has defended an amendment to the proposed Bill. Photograph: PA

An attempt by opposition TDs to postpone consideration of fee increases for freedom of information requests has been voted down by the Government. Ame(...)

Eamon Gilmore: “I think it’s reasonable that a reasonable charge is paid” for FoI requests

Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has defended an amendment to the proposed Freedom of Information Bill which the National Union of Journalists has said will ma(...)

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