Fans of reality television may be tempted to break out the popcorn and tune in today to the Oireachtas channel to watch live parliamentary shenanigans, as the 33rd Dáil convenes.
The Sinn Féin Leader says the election is changing the shape and mould of Irish politics.
The Sinn Féin president believes there would be a "huge economic dividend and potential" in reunification and it would provide a chance to properly deal with healthcare across the island.
A banner against a Sinn Fein election candidate and his family has been taken down in North Belfast.
Fianna Fáil has criticised Sinn Féin for refusing to take its Westminster seats for crucial Brexit votes.
Kevin Lunney, 50, was abducted and “brutally” beaten and dumped 22 miles away before he was rescued by a passerby who called emergency services.
Co-Housing Here is holding a public session at the Technological University of Ireland at Bolton Street today.
Sinn Féin, the party which prides itself as being the voice of the people, has been left speechless after the local and EU elections.
Sean Kelly is set to become the first MEP elected in Ireland South later today.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has said he will miss Theresa May and warned a 'dangerous period' for Ireland lays ahead.
Fresh concerns around Northern Ireland have been raised following Theresa May's resignation announcement.
The Taoiseach has defended the controversial co-living model of accommodation in the Dáil, stating it is part of the solution to the housing crisis.
The Taoiseach has been urged to “put manners” on insurance companies with new laws to combat crippling premiums.
Sinn Féin has called on Leo Varadkar to introduce major reforms on how insurers do business.
So that’s Friday nearly wrapped up. Here’s some of the stories we published on irishexaminer.com today which we hope will help you make sense of it all this evening.
Leo Varadkar must come up with a plan B to resolve the political impasse in the north, Sinn Féin has warned.
Sinn Féin has raised concerns around the timing of the latest Northern Ireland talks citing Brexit and upcoming elections as significant challenges to finding a resolution.
Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald has said that if there was the political will the issues that led to the fall of the Stormont Assembly could be “sorted out in one hour.”
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has been accused of disrespecting nurses and patients by issuing “cynical” press releases instead of directly engaging with unions.
The Policing Authority has said the findings of the Disclosures Tribunal report will drive its work in overseeing the Garda obligations to the community and to ethical behaviour.
Health Minister Simon Harris has called on Micheál Martin and Mary-Lou McDonald to apologise to former Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald for "hounding a good woman out of office".
Fine Gael has seen a major drop in support among its traditional farming base, a national opinion poll for the Irish Examiner reveals.
Mary-Lou McDonald has failed to sway rural voters towards her party since becoming Sinn Féin president a new poll has revealed.
Sinn Féin president Mary-Lou McDonald will “absolutely” march against the visit of Donald Trump whose politics she has described as “sexist, misogynistic and racist”.
The housing minister has accused Sinn Féin of headline-grabbing after it confirmed plans to table a motion of ‘no confidence’ in him.
The latest proposals from the British government have been described as a “step towards a much softer Brexit” by Tánaiste Simon Coveney.
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil have become embroiled in an argument over which party is closer to Sinn Féin.
The British government has fantasy “non-solutions” to the Irish border and are indifferent to the fallout from Brexit for Ireland, Sinn Féin president Mary-Lou McDonald has claimed.
Sinn Féin cannot say how many of its elected members are receiving special pay deals.
Women will be able to access abortions here from January, the Taoiseach has said.
Opposition leaders have vowed to help the Government pass legislation on abortion as quickly as possible.
Here are all the latest headlines this lunchtime...
Sean Canney has “a decision to make” over whether he will stay with the Independent Alliance in Government, said the Taoiseach.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says he has not “slapped down” minister Jim Daly over his talking up a Fine Gael-Sinn Féin coalition.
Sinn Féin may table a motion of no confidence in Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy as the number of homeless people reaches almost 10,000.
Micheál Martin has denied his reshuffle of the Fianna Fáil frontbench was in preparation for a general election.
The Taoiseach has faced harsh criticism for performing a U-turn in inviting US President Donald Trump to Ireland.
There was a giddy atmosphere around the Dáil.
Property tax would be abolished; 10,000 social houses would be built and the Vat paid hotels increased — under Sinn Féin’s alternative budget.
There is a strong desire across the political spectrum for an international person to be appointed as the next Garda commissioner.
Opposition parties are demanding to know if the Government did a special deal with Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan over her shock resignation.
It’s Tuesday night and dotted around the bar is an EU commissioner, a former education minister, the secretary general of a government department as well as a scattering of local and national politicians.
The senior management of An Garda Síochána has been described as a “toxic shambles” in the Dáil.
The IDA has been accused of stymieing jobs as part of a “turf war” with ConnectIreland.
“I hope and pray this will be the first step in getting Megan’s life back to normal again after years of pain and agony.”
The IDA have been accused of stymieing jobs as part of a "turf war" with Connect Ireland, writes Elaine Loughlin of the Irish Examiner.
Enda Kenny said the treatment of Grace was ‘a disgrace to us, as a country’.
A year on from the last general election the ramshackle minority government continues to stumble from one damaging controversy to the next, writes Elaine Loughlin.
The Taoiseach is under fire from senior cabinet ministers after leaving open the possibility of Fine Gael going into government with Sinn Féin in the future.
Opposition parties have demanded Enda Kenny “stand up to” Theresa May in Brexit talks after they accused him of being “very flat-footed” in his response to date.
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