Politicians have criticised a decision to remove students from university accommodation with 24 hours notice.
Over 20kg of cocaine worth €1.5m was found in the back of a vehicle at Rosslare Harbour.
Hard truths were spelled out on Thursday night as Alan Kelly and Aodhán Ó Ríordáin battle to become Labour leader.
Both candidates in the Labour leadership contest have said the party has "lost the trust" of voters and "failed to present clear and coherent solutions" to the issues that most affect Irish society.
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Labour leader hopeful Alan Kelly has rubbished claims that freezing rents is unconstitutional and released previously undisclosed government advice which supported a temporary stop to landlord rate hikes.
"After considerable reflection, I have taken the decision not to allow my name to go forward," Ged Nash announced this morning.
Fianna Fáil calls for Fine Gael to support it in government from the opposition benches have been dismissed as “arrogant” and “unworkable”.
In a move that was not unexpected, Mr Howlin said that he would be instigating a leadership contest with immediate effect.
A man has been injured following a shooting in a housing estate in Dublin.
Approximately 15,000 pupils are to receive an increase in their school book grant through a new pilot scheme included in Budget 2020.
A group comprising every former Drugs Minister in the State has called for urgent action on the drugs crisis in Ireland, citing the situation as being “at epidemic proportions”.
Environment Minister Richard Bruton has called on Independent TD Noel Grealish to withdraw inappropriate remarks about African immigrants sponging off the State.
Labour TDs and senators have mixed views on whether the party should re-enter government, with leader Brendan Howlin outlining at least five 'red lines' that must be agreed for any partnership.
Minister Josepha Madigan has come under fire after her constituents received a letter confirming that a methadone clinic will not be located in their area.
He was a leading figure in the campaign to introduce same-sex marriage.
There has been a 56% increase in the amount of cannabis seized by Revenue this year.
Gardaí and the DPP are examining applying cautions rather than pursuing criminal prosecutions for people caught in possession of drugs for personal use.
Labour and the Social Democrats are targeting as many as 23 seats in the next general election — making either party a potential coalition kingmaker.
The leadership issue has been put on the back burner before the general election but unless there is a positive result, the knives will be out for Brendan Howlin, writes Political Correspondent
Nearly 2,600 people have been on Dublin City Council's social-housing waiting-list for at least 10 years.
Plans for three major housing developments in Dublin have been lodged with An Bord Pleanála.
Labour senator Aodhán Ó Ríordáin has apologised to his Labour colleagues for suggesting Brendan Howlin and Joan Burton need to make way for “generational renewal” within the party.
The Minister for Justice says people involved in gangland crime are "losers".
Gardaí believe that a man shot dead in north Dublin this afternoon is an Iranian national and suspected hitman for a major organised crime gang.
The HSE has apologised for a letter that was sent to GPs telling them mental health services in parts of North Dublin were being suspended.
Protests are already being planned ahead of Donald Trump's visit to Ireland next month.
Property developers are planning over 4,000 apartments in Dublin under new fast-track planning rules.
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