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This year
Promised interpretation standards for asylum applications not being introduced by deadline
Poor interpretation undermines asylum seekers’ credibility and delays their cases, say lawyers.
Asylum-seeker support workers expected to act as interpreters without specialist training
Experts concerned that ‘cultural mediators’ being asked to provide “interpretation services” beyond their required skill set.
Cultural mediators were introduced to speed up the asylum application process
Advocates say the lack of clarity around role risks harming asylum seekers
UN body who trains them says mediators "not legally accountable" for applications
Last year
Irish officials to review 'safe countries of origin' designation on 8 nations within next year
All time
Why Kollect is taking the lesser trodden path for startup funding with an IPO in Sweden
The return of the tech IPO? Euronext is hoping for an upturn in public floats with Ireland in its sights 
'Staff who have been seriously assaulted cannot get a conviction': Prison officers call for more support
Snapchat seeking $3 billion as it plans to sell shares on stock market
Snapchat is set to go public and is valued at over €20 billion
Denis O'Brien's Digicel pulls out of biggest ever Irish initial public offering
This is the smile of a man whose company will float at $24.3 billion
So GoPro's first day on the stock market got off to the best possible start
Eircom considering third stock market listing in space of 15 years
That's a lot of chicken satay: Takeaway website Just Eat valued at €1.8bn
Spotify rolls out dark redesign as the competition heats up
This is how much the company behind Candy Crush Saga is worth after going public
Major Irish IPO off the table
Candy Crush Saga makers plan to go public in €364 million IPO
Facebook and banks face lawsuit over misleading investors
Patrick Stewart and a 9-year-old with a lemonade stand rang the Opening Bell instead of Twitter executives
Meet the Twitter billionaires. (Hint: There’s actually only one.)
NYSE 'test runs' Twitter IPO to avoid problems that plagued Facebook
Twitter hikes IPO amount to $1.61 billion
Twitter shuns Nasdaq to list on the New York Stock Exchange
Twitter files a $1 billion IPO
These photos helped make Twitter powerful
Twitter files for IPO
Facebook stock rises to near IPO level
Morgan Stanley fined $5 million over Facebook IPO
Glazers staying at United for 'many, many years'
Time not ripe for Twitter IPO
Zuckerberg loses $9.1 billion - and admits Facebook share slide is 'painful'
Man Utd's flotation could raise $383m - but club may only get half
Facebook posts $157m loss in first results since IPO launch
Manchester United fans give guarded welcome to IPO
United we float: Manchester United plays for dollars in US IPO
Facebook settles lawsuit, will pay $10 million to charity
Facebook shares dip to new low
Shareholders file lawsuit over Facebook flotation
Business Insider spoke to someone who bought $100m in Facebook shares on Friday. He was angry.