Thursday August 13, 2015
China's Lenovo Group will lay off 10% of white-collar staff after sales of Motorola handsets fell by a third, raising doubts over the personal computer giant's bet that a money-losing brand it bought for nearly $3 billion will help it become a global smartphone leader.
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.
Friday February 06, 2015
The home constituencies of Minister Jan O'Sullivan, Finance Minister Michael Noonan and Taoiseach Enda Kenny received more than double the national average in allocations from a fund for private housing grants.
Tuesday December 16, 2014
The Society of St Vincent de Paul is marking 170 years in Ireland providing help to the needy.
Monday December 08, 2014
The funeral has taken place of former independent TD for Kerry South Jackie Healy-Rae, who died on Friday.
Thursday October 23, 2014
A well-known Co Tipperary racehorse trainer has been found guilty of having performance-enhancing drugs and other animal remedies at his stables.
Sunday October 12, 2014
Ahead of a parliamentary party meeting on Tuesday, several senior figures in Fianna Fáil have expressed disappointment with the party's performance in the Dáil by-elections to replace MEPs Brian Hayes and Luke Ming Flanagan.
Sunday June 22, 2014
A number of machines have been taken onto Monivea bog in Co Galway, to cut turf in contravention of a ban under the EU Habitats Directive.
Monday March 10, 2014
Two men charged with unauthorised turf cutting on designated areas of conservation have begun High Court actions aimed at halting their trial.
Wednesday January 15, 2014