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Housing Minister Simon Coveney has said he will consult the Attorney General's office tonight on measures to protect householders from higher bin charges.

Concern is being raised that new dads will not take up paternity leave when it comes into force this Autumn.

TDs are spending too much time on their phones while in the Dáil chamber, according to the Ceann Comhairle Sean Ó Feargháil.

Delays to the establishment of a much-publicised elite armed response unit for Dublin have been averted. A legal challenge has been withdrawn.

Drivers are set to be given the option of paying a double fine to avoid a court appearance in penalty point cases under government plans.


The man accused of murdering British Labour MP Jo Cox was today brought before a senior judge at the Old Bailey under the “terrorism protocol”.

Donald Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski has left his job, US media reports have said.


Laois’ involvement in the All-Ireland senior football championship may be in jeopardy because of the number of substitutes they used in their All-Ireland SFC Round 1A qualifier win over Armagh on Saturday.

Robbie Henshaw is set to see a consultant back in Dublin over the knee injury that cut short his tour to South Africa in last Saturday's second Test defeat to the Springboks.

#EURO2016: Switzerland’s 0-0 draw with France was perhaps the tournament’s first truly dull game, but it had a few talking points nonetheless – like: When Moussa Sissoko almost set up the goal of the tournament, running the length of the pitch before delivering a perfect ball to the on-rushing Dimitri Payet at the back post, whose cushioned volley slammed the bar.

Check out all the latest news, views and banter in our dedicated Euro 2016 section


The head of Enterprise Ireland has said there is still a lot to play for as far as the Brexit vote is concerned.

Irish exporters are being urged to keep diversifying their business regardless of the outcome of the EU referendum.


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Love bombing, is a concept that parents connect with their children by finding time to do what the child wants to do


Irish Examiner reporter, Noel Baker, meets a group of parents who are uniting in a fight for their children’s education.


Sports journalists Denis Hurley and Mike Sheehan join Peter McNamara to assess Ireland’s performance against Belgium and discuss Wednesday’s crunch clash with Antonio Conte’s side in Lille.


Richard McGall, from Ballymena in Co Antrim, filmed the moment he gave his son, Zak, a ticket to see Northern Ireland play in Lyon for his 10th birthday – and his reaction is everything.

Calling all Dads, after yesterday’s Father’s day frenzy there is a new craze sweeping the internet and the competition is fierce.


GAMINGA new game mode has been announced for Battlefield 1, which will see the results of one round affect future rounds.

MOVIES: There's still hope film fans in Tim Burton's next project - Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children - and in this fantastic trailer.

TECH: Sony Mobile announced their new range at Mobile World Congress earlier in 2016 and their latest is ready to make its bow in Ireland.


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Many are mourning the loss of Anton Yelchin, known for his role as Pavel Chekov in Star Trek.


A British Airways pilot received a turbulent ride from other air crews yesterday after he argued with an air traffic controller at Dublin Airport.


When Marisa Murphy went to play as a teenager on Dinish Island, she could still see the flowers growing among the ruins in her grandmother’Islands of Ireland: Barely inhabitated Dinish became an industrial zone

MAC make-up artist Lucy Bridge shares her tips backstage at Roland Mouret.How to create the perfect matte red lip, according to a backstage beauty expert

New trends include chunky heeled boots, silver belts and lots of plaid from the British designer.Victoria Beckham got ‘rebellious’ for her new collection – as David and family watched on

When horses were shown photographs of angry human faces, their hearts speeded up.Jackass penguin talk is similar to humans

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