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The Department of Health’s being criticised following Dr. Tony Holohan’s decision not to take on a professorship at Trinity College.
Social Democrats co-leader, Roisin Shortall, says the controversy over the ‘open-ended secondment’ and payment of his salary has been a shambles.
The operator of Dublin and Cork airports let 248 security screening staff go through voluntary redundancy in the past 18 months.
The details, obtained by the Business Post, come as the company seeks to hire 300 staff to address major backlogs in recent weeks.
The Minister for Housing has called an emergency summit, as concerns grow over the country’s ability to accommodate refugees arriving from Ukraine.
Darragh O’Brien will meet with representatives from the construction and property sectors tomorrow to discuss additional pressures on the housing system.
A man and a woman appeared before a special sitting of Cork District Court yesterday evening.
The court appearance was in relation to a burglary at a house on Skehard Road at around half past 10 on Friday evening.