Category Archives: Public Affairs

Trades Union desk

Brexit’s potential to wreak socio-economic havoc on the island of Ireland compels the Government to allocate adequate resources in order to mitigate against the worst case scenario of a hard border. Macdara...

Brian Farrell, Road Safety Authority Ireland; Maria

Social Media Dublin 2017

Social Media Dublin 2017 brought together a mix of expert speakers from different sectors to share their strategies and examples of successful campaigns. Delegates heard from a wide range of brands including...

Death of a patriot

An Taoiseach Enda Kenny has led tributes to the late TK Whitaker, a man he described as “a national treasure”. In January, the economist and archetypal public servant died at the age...

Meet the media

Colette Sexton Colette Sexton is a news correspondent with the Sunday Business Post and also covers the media and marketing section. The county Clare native holds an MA in Journalism from the...

Political Platform

Seán Kyne TD A graduate of both NUIG and UCD, former agri-environmental consultant Seán Kyne TD was first elected to represent Galway West in Dáil Éireann in 2011. The Moycullen native is...

Dealing with drug use

Drug policy is complex, but it is entirely possible to implement a policy that would better manage drug use in Ireland. Tony Duffin, CEO of the Ana Liffey Drug Project gives his...

Legislative programme

eolas outlines some of the key legislation that the Government has listed as a priority for publication in 2016. In June, Ireland’s first minority Government in almost 30 years delivered its first...

No country for media moguls

  The concentration of Irish media ownership has come under increasing scrutiny in recent years. Now a recent report commissioned to investigate the issue has forced the issue into the public discourse....