Minister Donohoe, informed the Government of nominating Professor Philip Lane, Governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, to the position of Vice-President of the ECB.

The Government today noted progress on the building of a new runway at Dublin Airport and reaffirmed its support for this hugely important piece of national infrastructure.

Ministers Paschal Donohoe and Eoghan Murphy welcomed the approval by the Government to proceed with the Home Building Finance Ireland Bill 2018.

Ministers Paschal Donohoe and Michael D’Arcy have announced agreement in principle that the State will ensure that Setanta third party claimants are compensated in full.

The AAIU Investigation into the accident involving the loss of R116 and its four crew members at Blackrock, Co. Mayo on 14 March 2017 is still in the process of gathering factual and background information and is making steady progress.

The Minister of State for Disability, Finian McGrath, welcomed the Government decision to ratify the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities...

Minister Breen gives go ahead for new pay rates following Labour Court recommendation.

Minister of State for Financial Services and Insurance Michael D’Arcy TD, today launches the Government’s IFS2020 Action Plan for 2018.

A survey of the companies comprising the Geoscience Ireland (GI) business cluster has shown that 128 new jobs were created in the second half of 2017.

Minister Creed commenced two public consultations to allow stakeholders the chance to express their views on the proposals.