Tuesday June 30, 2015
The International Monetary Fund has confirmed that Greece did not make a €1.5bn repayment due today.
Monday June 29, 2015
The breakdown of talks between Greece and its creditors on extending euro zone bailout funding beyond Tuesday means Athens may fail to make €1.6 billion debt repayment to the IMF that day.
Thursday June 25, 2015
Central Bank Governor Patrick Honohan has told the banking inquiry that although he found the terms of the bailout programme unsatisfactory, he advised the government to accept it as the alternative would have been more economically damaging.
Monday June 22, 2015
The International Monetary Fund has warned the Government that any increases in public sector wages should be gradual and efficiencies should be continued.
Wednesday June 17, 2015
The Revenue Appeals Commissioner has made a ruling to the effect that debt management services should not be subject to VAT.
Tuesday April 28, 2015
The Minister for Finance has said the Government would be in a position to introduce expansionary budgets from now until 2020, if it is deemed prudent to do so.
Friday April 24, 2015
Some in Fianna Fáil like to tell the story of Ernie O'Malley struggling to get his message across at an IRA meeting in West Cork during the War of Independence.
Thursday March 26, 2015
The Government could decide on a sale of the State's 25.1% stake in Aer Lingus early next month, according to the flag carrier's chief executive, Stephen Kavanagh.
Tuesday March 24, 2015
Minister for the Environment Alan Kelly has confirmed that 30 June will be the deadline for registering with Irish Water in order to be eligible to receive the €100 water conservation grant.
Monday March 16, 2015
Pulse College, a Dublin-based business which provides courses in creative media disciplines, is looking to raise €60,000 to invest in new facilities.