Minister McGrath notes the Opinion of the Advocate General Pitruzella that the judgment of the EU General Court on ‘tax rulings’ adopted by Ireland be set aside in the Apple State aid case and the case be referred back to the General Court for a new decision on the merits.

Minister Rabbitte welcomes specific derogations for categories of staff employed across HSE and Section 38 disability services under the HSE recruitment pause.

Minister Flemming today announced a further €1 million in support for Education Cannot Wait (ECW), the United Nations global fund for education in emergencies.

Minister Harris has today granted approval for the South East Technological University to conclude the purchase of the Waterford Crystal site in Waterford.

Ministers Harris and Collins today welcomed the publication of the 2023 National Skills Bulletin.

Researchers will speak on topics relevant to Government policy makers and everyone interested in improving the lives of children and young people.

The Department of Health hosted its second “Evidence for Policy” conference today.

Minister McConalogue today announced a scheme to assist farmers who have lost fodder due to exceptional flooding in the Shannon Callows.

The Department of Education has drawn up new guidelines for parents which are now available online and will be issued to all primary schools.

Minister Browne today opened the annual Youth Diversion Project Conference at Croke Park.