Tuesday March 24, 2015
Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash has criticised Dunnes Stores management for failing to attend a Labour Court hearing last year to resolve issues which will result in a one-day strike at the chain on Thursday 2 April.
Thursday March 19, 2015
Europe's highest court has held that Ireland is in breach of EU law because it does not consider the training of junior doctors as part of their normal "working time."
Monday February 16, 2015
A roundup of other stories from around the world
Wednesday January 14, 2015
A European Central Bank bond-buying plan floated in 2012 would not break EU law subject to certain conditions, a top adviser to the European Union's highest court has said.
Monday January 12, 2015
The overcrowding crisis in hospital emergency departments has eased today with 363 patients waiting to be admitted to a bed.
Monday December 29, 2014
The British government has changed its policy on the release of state documents, moving gradually from access after 30 years, to access after 20.
Thursday December 18, 2014
Some of the key events and major issues from the year.
Friday December 12, 2014
The Irish Times reports on comments by Royal Bank of Scotland chief Ross McEwan, who says the firm does not expect to get back the £15bn in capital it has sunk into Ulster Bank since the financial crash in late 2008, while it could be up to a decade before it repays its £46bn bailout funds to UK tax
Wednesday December 10, 2014
Russian state oil giant Rosneft is the beneficiary of a $10 billion (€8.06 billion) bond issuance programme with an IFSC-based affiliate in Dublin.
Tuesday December 09, 2014
The Cabinet has signed-off on a deal for former Waterford Crystal workers that will involve lump-sum payments of €1,200 per year of service in what Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton called "modest pensions".