The Rehab group has published the salaries of its staff which reveal that just 3% earn over €65,000 a year.
A Trinity College senator has said he would rather abolish the Seanad than extend votes to graduates from all universities.
A 51-year-old Corkman has been jailed for four years after being convicted of the rape of a 12-year-old girl at a funfair in Co Cork over 20 years ago.
Anglo-Irish relations are at an “all time high”, , Enda Kenny and David Cameron insisted as they met for talks in Downing Street.
The High Court is to rule tomorrow afternoon on a legal bid to stop industrial action at the country's main airports ahead of St Patrick's Day
The Tánaiste, Eamon Gilmore, said he understands Frank Flannery will shortly resign from a Government-appointed post.
Motorbikes will have to be put through the NCT from 2022.
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The Minister for Communications said cost may not be the only factor in deciding whether to underground electricity cables.
A €68m fund has been announced by the housing minister Jan O’Sullivan to build new local authority houses, with the four councils in Dublin set to receive over €21.5m. ...
25 children were exposed to airborne chemicals at a swimming pool in Co Kildare earlier today.
Fianna Fáil says if Frank Flannery refuses to appear before the Public Accounts Committee then the Taoiseach needs to remove him from a Government-appointed post.
The Education Minister Ruairi Quinn says he's "frustrated" with complaints by teachers over the new Junior Cycle.
The Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, Frances Fitzgerald, has paid tribute to Christine Buckley.
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Homeowners who have undervalued their houses for the purpose of the Property Tax have until the end of the month to correct the information.
Gardaí have seized €40,000 worth of ecstasy tablets in Galway city.
Christine Buckley, an institutional abuse survivor who co-founded the Aislinn foundation, has died.
Secondary school teachers will mount protests at lunchtime today over the introduction of a reformed Junior Cert.
€620,000 is to be spent on developing a number of tourist attractions in Dublin, which are aimed at international visitors.
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is calling for disaster protocol to be invoked at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Drogheda, due to severe overcrowding.
A legal bid to stop strike action at the main Irish airports in the run up to St. Patrick's Day is due before the High Court. The Dublin Airport Authority (DAA) ...
A motion introduced to South Dublin Council to prohibit animal-act circuses using public land was passed last night.
Three teenagers have been arrested after an alleged assault on a train yesterday evening.
A post mortem is being carried out on a baby who died at Portlaoise Hospital at the weekend.
The Chair of the Public Accounts Committee says he still expects Frank Flannery to give evidence, despite resigning from the Rehab Group.
It is reported today that consultants will be appointed by the Government to examine Ireland's practice of adding fluoride to the public water supply.
President Michael D Higgins has praised the "solidarity" displayed by people around the country with the victims of storms that hit Ireland in recent months.
Dublin city councillors are at odds over plans to open a homeless hostel in the south Georgian conservation area.
A legal bid to stop strike action at the country's main airports in the run-up to St Patrick's Day is due before the High Court.
Up to 27,000 teachers will protest outside secondary schools across the country, over their concerns about planned changes to the Junior Cert.
A scheme designed to get work for the long-term unemployed has seen nearly 1,600 people taken off the Live Register.