Ultan Courtney told the transport committee that capital investment was a priority

Dublin Bus facing 'significant challenges'

23 Sep Dublin Bus has implemented costs savings totalling more than €60m a year, but significant challenges still remain for the company, according to Chairman-Designate Ultan Courtney.

The High Court has dismissed solicitor Gerald Kean's appeal against a finding of professional misconduct

Gerald Kean misconduct appeal dismissed

23 Sep The High Court has dismissed solicitor Gerald Kean's appeal against a finding of professional misconduct arising out of his handling of a former client's case.

A demonstration against the Spanish government's controversial bid to curb abortion rights in central Madrid on International Women's Day

Spanish PM scraps hardline abortion reform

23 Sep Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy withdrew a change of an abortion law that would have made Spain one of the most difficult countries in Europe to terminate an unwanted pregnancy.

New complaints have been made over Google's position in the European market

Google urged to improve EU settlement proposals

23 Sep Google will face formal charges if it fails to improve its proposals to the European Union to resolve anti-trust complaints over its search engine, EU Competition Commissioner Joaquin Almunia said.

The High Court has been told it can strike out a court action by Greyhound Waste Recycling

High Court can strike out Greyhound action

23 Sep The High Court has been told it can strike out a court action by Greyhound Waste Recycling against a number of workers who were involved in pickets on the company's premises.