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Rehab director Frank Flannery told the Minister for Justice that pulling the plug on the Charitable Lotteries Scheme would be morally wrong. Photograph: Eric Luke.

Every euro spent on scratchcards produced by some charitable lotteries involves a loss of two or three cent which is being made up for with taxpayers (...)

The Rehab Group and Rehab Lotteries Ltd claim a decision by Minister for Justice Alan Shatter to end funding under the Charitable Lotteries Scheme will damage their core activity of helping the disabled and the disadvantaged. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A decision to phase out and ultimately abolish State funding for lotteries run by private charities will do irreparable damage to the Rehab Group, the(...)

Leinster House. Photograph: Alan Betson/ The Irish Times

It was the Taj Mahjal of the mint humbug, the Southfork of the chocolate snowball, the Buckingham Palace of the fruit pastille.The notorious Leinster (...)

There is a stigma and fear that surrounds being diagnosed with relatively unheard of diseases. The feeling of being one of only a handful to su(...)

The Rehab Group is to expand into the Middle East and has set up a subsidiary in Saudi Arabia, which is expec(...)

Simon Scriver of fundraising training company Total Fundraising said Rehab Group chief executive Angela Kerins (above) would earn more if she was working in the private sector. Photograph: Bryan O'Brien

Senior management of charities should not be paid the same as those in similarly sized private sector companies, a new public opinion survey sh(...)

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