COMMENT/ANALYSIS - IRISH EXAMINER

A New Politics? Pull the other one

The Imma affair has thrown into sharp relief the glorious aspirations for government reform and transparency trumpeted by Fine Gael in its New Politics document, writes Michael Clifford.

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Apple's iPhone 6, released in Ireland last week. The company's profits are all about intellectual property.

Ireland’s reputation may no longer be Apple of EU’s eye

Yet again, the Irish tax system comes under scrutiny. This time, the country might pay a big price, writes Europe Correspondent Ann Cahill.

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Flood of confusion over new water charges

Today, we start paying for a once-free precious resource. Caroline O’Doherty outlines the terms and conditions

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Entering a new era of banking supervision

The ECB has outlined the procedures behind the upcoming banking supervision process to help to improve confidence in eurozone banks, says Danièle Nouy

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Over-interference a big concern for college leaders

Education Minister Jan O’Sullivan says extra funding can only come at a price, writes Niall Murray

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Cap on private rents is ruled out

Environment minister says ‘substantial’ legal concerns make a rent freeze a non-runner, but promises other options are being considered, writes Political Reporter Juno McEnroe

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Time to also firebomb IS on internet

IS is losing fighters on the ground, only to recruit more online. The world must also end this virtual power-grab if it is to win the war against the jihadists, writes Rita Katz

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Warren of conspiracies: Kennedy’s assassination

Ryle Dwyer examines the Warren Report into Kennedy’s assassination 50 years after publication and finds its failure to examine all the evidence undermined its conclusions This story is enriched with multi-media content

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Enda Kenny’s contrition comes too late

The Taoiseach’s apology doesn’t mean an end to the McNulty controversy, says Political Editor Mary Regan.

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The ‘Cobh Agreement’ which has lead to worldwide seizure of €80bn worth of cocaine

A brainstorming session by representatives from seven nations 7 years ago was key to Wednesday’s €80m cocaine bust, writes Sean O’Riordan This story is enriched with multi-media content

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