The Referendum Commission started printing its guide to last year’s blasphemy referendum a week before the Government had announced the polling day - because it feared it would not have enough time to produce the leaflets due to the delay in declaring the date.
Thu, 06 Jun, 2019
Biden getting the Democrat nomination hinges on his capacity to grasp the soul of America, writes
Mon, 29 Apr, 2019
Results from nearly all polling stations show that TV star Volodymyr Zelenskiy has won the Ukrainian presidential run-off vote in a landslide.
Mon, 22 Apr, 2019
Peter Casey says he intends to run for a Dáil seat in Donegal.
Sat, 03 Nov, 2018
Your lunchtime headlines.
Fri, 26 Oct, 2018
The mock Presidential election and a student council ballot were run together, by second-year pupils at the school.
Mon, 22 Oct, 2018
Sinn Féin has been forced to take down a large Presidential election poster of Liadh Ní Riada after it was vandalised with offensive slogans.
Thu, 18 Oct, 2018
Tue, 16 Oct, 2018
The view that Russia is an increasingly malign force happy to undermine the institutions we all depend on strengthened yesterday when it was reported that the Netherlands foiled a plot by Russian military intelligence to launch a cyber attack against the international chemical weapons watchdog based in The Hague.
Fri, 05 Oct, 2018
Journalist Gemma O’Doherty has failed to secure the required number of county councils to contest the presidential race.
Mon, 24 Sep, 2018
Here's all you need to know this lunchtime.
Tue, 28 Aug, 2018
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Mon, 23 Jul, 2018
Awareness that internet platforms can be manipulated to undermine democracy is growing, but governments have yet to devise a defence.
Fri, 26 Jan, 2018
Wall Street took investors on a turbulent ride as stock indexes veered into a steep slide that knocked 350 points off the Dow Jones industrial average before the market eventually clawed back most of its losses.
Fri, 01 Dec, 2017
One person has been killed in confrontations between Kenyan police and supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga as tensions over the disputed presidential election continue.
Fri, 17 Nov, 2017
Clinton’s new book, ‘What Happened’, is an angry look at her US presidential election loss and is at odds with her ambition to nurture Democrat leaders, says.
Tue, 12 Sep, 2017
Gerry Adams has rejected claims that he is set to step down as party leader this autumn.
Mon, 24 Jul, 2017
The Republican-led House is to vote on a sweeping Russia sanctions package that defies the White House by demanding Donald Trump gets Congress's permission before lifting or easing penalties against Moscow.
Sun, 23 Jul, 2017
President Vladimir Putin said the Russian state has never been involved in hacking.
Thu, 01 Jun, 2017
One of the first functions attended by France’s president-elect Emmanuel Macron was an event to mark the end of the Second World War.
Tue, 09 May, 2017
The hard work and consensus-building of centrists in most European countries, including Ireland, is our best defence against the chaos of political populism, writes
Mon, 08 May, 2017
Protesters have clashed with police in Paris during a demonstration against both candidates in the upcoming presidential elections.
Thu, 27 Apr, 2017
The attack came three days before the first round of France's tense presidential election.
Thu, 20 Apr, 2017
One notable feature of currency markets in the past two years has been the relatively narrow trading range for the euro-dollar rate.
Tue, 11 Apr, 2017
Charges are set to be announced against four defendants, including two Russian security services officers, over a massive data breach at internet giant Yahoo.
Wed, 15 Mar, 2017
More people outside Ireland could potentially vote in the 2025 presidential election than those living here if referendum plans pass.
Mon, 13 Mar, 2017
A top aide of French far-right presidential candidate Marine Le Pen has been handed preliminary charges in an investigation into money spent on her party's European Parliament assistants.
Wed, 22 Feb, 2017
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Mon, 12 Dec, 2016
In this week’s column Kehlan looks at the growing influence of artificial intelligence and robotics in the workplace and how nearly half of all human jobs could be obsolete within the next few decades.
Mon, 05 Dec, 2016
Donald Trump has claimed without evidence that "millions" voted illegally in the presidential election and said it was rigged even as he prepares to enter the White House.
Mon, 28 Nov, 2016
Fri, 18 Nov, 2016
An American passport holder, Kerry chairman Patrick O’Sullivan was entitled to vote in Tuesday’s Presidential Election but chose not to.
Sun, 13 Nov, 2016
Terrace talk has been one of Examiner Sport’s more popular features.
Sat, 12 Nov, 2016
Thu, 10 Nov, 2016
Here’s a briefing on some of the stories and issues highlighted on irishexaminer.com today
Wed, 09 Nov, 2016
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Wed, 27 Jul, 2016
Geopolitical risks have intensified over the past month or so with Brexit, the terrorist attack in Nice, the shooting of police officers in a number of cities in the United States, the tragic shootings in Munich, and the failed military coup in Turkey.
Mon, 25 Jul, 2016
Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald and Garda Commissioner Noirín O’Sullivan will be joined by one-time US presidential hopeful Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders strategist Tadd Devine on a heavy-hitting schedule for this year’s Kennedy Summer School.
Mon, 25 Jul, 2016