Thursday May 21, 2015
Former Central Bank governor John Hurley has told the Oireachtas banking inquiry if the bank guarantee was not put in place the banking system would have become unstable.
Thursday May 14, 2015
The alleged spike in Siteserv shares happened months before its sale, the Public Accounts Committee has heard.
Tuesday May 12, 2015
US Secretary of State John Kerry has urged all sides in the Ukrainian conflict to prevent breaches of a ceasefire agreed earlier this year.
Sunday May 10, 2015
A HSE investigation into the death of an elderly woman at a north Cork hospital nine years ago remains unpublished due to ongoing legal proceedings involving a number of nurses, RTÉ's This Week has learned.
Wednesday April 29, 2015
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the number of people signing on the Live Register fell by 1,800 in April.
Tuesday April 28, 2015
Developer Paddy McKillen's stake in three luxury London Hotels - Claridges, the Berkeley and the Connaught - has been bought by the Constellation Hotels Group.
Friday April 24, 2015
Armenia marked the centenary of a mass killing of Armenians by Ottoman Turks with a simple flower-laying ceremony attended by foreign leaders as Germany became the latest country to respond to its calls for recognition that it was genocide.
Wednesday April 15, 2015
The young Irish woman who alleges she was raped by a US banker at a house in the Hamptons in 2013 has been giving evidence at the trial of 38-year-old Jason Lee.
Thursday April 09, 2015
Lafarge and Holcim have appointed long-time Lafarge executive Eric Olsen as the chief executive of their combined company once their merger is completed.
Wednesday April 08, 2015
The Irish Mortgage Holders' Organisation wants the Government to introduce a State-sponsored split mortgage that would allow local authorities to supplement the payments made by home owners in loan arrears and in danger of having their properties repossessed.