Housing Minister's 'bizarre' and 'ludicrous' co-living proposal branded as '21st-century bedsits'

The Government has been accused of having a "mind-numbing lack of ambition" when it comes to housing.

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Taoiseach confirms independent review of abortion case at National Maternity Hospital

An independent review into the circumstances of an abortion at the National Maternity Hospital is to be carried out, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has confirmed to the ...

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Justice Minister denies country is 'sleepwalking' into cannabis legalisation

Justice Minister Charlie Flanagan has denied the country is ‘sleepwalking’ into the legalisation of cannabis.

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Ex-White House aide faces contempt vote after failing to testify before Congress

House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler told Don McGahn that the panel will hear from him ‘one way or another’.

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Latest: Theresa May plans to hold vote on second Brexit referendum

The ‘new deal’ is an attempt by the PM to win over critics across the Commons who have rejected her three previous attempts to get an agreement.

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Huawei-owned Honor unveils new phones despite ongoing US trade dispute

The firm announced the Honor 20 and 20 Pro, but neither phone has a confirmed release date.

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Carlow trio fail to get suspensions overturned before Championship opener

Carlow manager Turlough O'Brien has had his 20-week suspension upheld by the Central Appeals Committee.

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Emery respects Mkhitaryan decision but calls it ‘bad news’ for Arsenal

Arsenal’s Armenia international will not play in the Europa League final against Chelsea in Azerbaijan.

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Top sportspeople calling for greater promotion of women’s sport

Some of Ireland’s top sportspeople have come together to call for greater promotion of women’s sport.

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Increase in shadow banking activities seen as potential threat to Irish economy

Ireland is one of the largest centres for so-called shadow banking activity in the world, which could threaten the country's economic stability and traditional banking ...

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Company behind space suit worn for moon landings creates 70 new jobs in Cork

A new manufacturing facility in Cork has created 70 new jobs, with 30 of these roles already filled in recent months.

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Dealz brings High Court challenge over decision stopping retailer from operating near Liffey Valley

Discount retail chain Dealz has brought a High Court challenge to a decision which prevents it from continuing to operate from a retail park near the Liffey Valley ...

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Say You'll Be There: All you need to know about the Spice Girls gig

Spice fever is well and truly here with just three days until Spice Girls take over Croke Park.

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Keanu Reeves' Duke Caboom steals the show in Toy Story 4 trailer

The final trailer for Toy Story 4 is here and it looks set to be the most fun-filled film of the summer.

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Downton Abbey prepares for royal visit in first full trailer for film

The cast returns for a big-screen adaptation of the lavish period drama.

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Garda boss Harris risks walking into a seamy mess over civilian prosecution case

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris was questioned on the Margiotta case that collapsed at trial earlier this year. His answers to the PAC left a lot to be desired, writes ...

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Ryan Report that shocked nation offers much but gaps in the detail still remain

On 20 May 2009, Ireland made international headlines when the Report of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse (CICA) was published.

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Special Report: Irish MEPs claim €600k each

In this special report Elaine Loughlin reveals the extent of expenses payments accrued by Irish MEPs over the most recent five-year European Parliament term.

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