A manufacturing firm in Shannon, Co Clare, Karus & Naimer has gone into liquidation leaving 60 jobs in jeopardy.
ASTI members will be up to €200 worse off per month next year, if members of that union reject the Haddington Road Agreement for a second time.
A mother who lost her only child when an Air France plane crashed over four years ago has been awarded almost €68,000 by the High Court.
The jury in the trial of a man accused of causing €7m worth of damage to a Monet oil painting has failed to reach a verdict.
Unions and management at Lufthansa Technik Airmotive have written to the LRC seeking assistance in negotiations on the threatened closure of the company with the loss of over 400 jobs.
The Public Accounts Committee is to investigate a controversial re-development project in Co Tipperary, which was mainly funded by FÁS, and is still unfinished a decade later and after costing taxpayers more than €4m.
A former solicitor has appeared at Dublin District Court charged with stealing €2.8m from client funds.
One of the three former garda sergeants questioned by the Smithwick Tribunal has rejected its findings that he had inappropriate contact with the IRA.
SIPTU has said that there will be no industrial disruption to Aer Lingus flights or Dublin, Cork and Shannon Airports before Christmas.
A woman whose child was born as a result of a surrogacy is challenging the State's refusal to pay her maternity benefit.
Minister for Health James Reilly has said the salary and conditions of Director General of the HSE Tony O'Brien are perfectly in line with public pay policy.
Kerry Group is to review a network of distribution depots, which is expected to result in the closure of some of the depots, leading to redundancies.