Housebuilders in Ireland are embarking on a series of roadshows to lobby newly-elected TDs on what they say are the barriers to housing construction.
TDs have clashed on who should be the next Taoiseach as the Dáil debates candidates for the role and amid the ongoing standoff in the government formation talks.
Yes, indeed, Footpad again buried punters — many of them — one more time when failing to deliver in a Grade 2 chase at Thurles last Sunday.
Fine Gael TD Bernard Durkan has launched a blistering attack on Housing Minister Eoghan Murphy during a private meeting of the parliamentary party.
Further cost overruns during the development of the national children’s hospital are "highly likely", an Oireachtas committee has been told.
Green Party candidate Ciaran Cuffe has topped the poll in the Dublin constituency.
Green Party councillor Ciaran Cuffe is set to top the Dublin European constituency by a shock landslide after Fine Gael's Frances Fitzgerald suffered a surprise slump in the polls.
The ties were that bit straighter, the hair freshly blow-dried, and make-up perfectly applied by those who had made sure to arrive early.
Fine Gael have set up a dedicated group to increase the party’s presence in Northern Ireland. Taoiseach Leo Varadkar announced the establishment of the Northern Ireland engagement group at a meeting of the Fine Gael party last night.
Fianna Fáil and Sinn Fein made "happy bedfellows" when they "hounded" former Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald out of office, the Taoiseach has said.
"If it was all plain sailing it would be much too easy!"
Houses of this type of grandeur and location are rare on the market in Limerick, writes Trish Dromey.
Six convicts remain at large after absconding from custody here over the past four years.
Solidarity-People Before Profit TD Paul Murphy will make a formal complaint today alleging Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and four Fine Gael TDs “defamed” him during Wednesday’s divisive Dáil Jobstown row.
Members of Fine Gael have dismissed comments from John Halligan who has backed Simon Coveney as the next leader.
Yesterday’s announcement that rent allowance levels are to be increased has been broadly welcomed.
The four way race for the €35,000-a-year position of Dáil vice chairman ended in a stalemate yesterday despite two hours of voting in the Dáil.
Accusations that Finance Minister Michael Noonan is a “vulture-fund lover” sparked a major row at the Oireachtas Housing Committee yesterday.
Donegal 3-17 Westmeath 0-13: Michael Naughton might have some tricky questions to answer when he returns to Letterkenny General Hospital later today.
Michael Naughton signed himself out of hospital last night to be present for his Donegal side’s promotion party at Parnell Park.
A long-time Fine Gael TD says he could not afford to buy a house if he was entering the property market for the first time due to strict Central Bank mortgage rules to prevent another crash.
The first test of politicians’ claimed new-found interest in reform will take place this morning when five long-standing TDs fight it out to become the next ceann comhairle of the Dáil.
A point two minutes from time from Mayo midfielder Barry Moran clinched Castlebar's place in the AIB All-Ireland club SFC final for the second time in three years.
Over 38,000 people killed on roads on the island of Ireland will be remembered this Sunday, in a planned World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims.
There have been almost 1,500 incidents of assaulting or obstructing gardaí in the last five years.
Raising a child from the cradle to college costs more than €100,000 — with most parents admitting feeling pressure to give their children everything.
Police in the North have launched a murder investigation following the death of a man nine years after he was severely brain damaged in a “vicious” unprovoked sectarian attack.
The future of two GAA grounds earmarked for Ireland’s 2023 Rugby World Cup bid remains in doubt following events yesterday.
Plans for a proposed new venue for Ireland’s rugby World Cup bid in 2023 have been quashed.
There are concerns Casement Park will never be revamped after yesterday’s High Court ruling against the £77m, (€97m) 38,000-capacity redevelopment.
Don Cossack should prove tough to beat in his bid for a second Grade 1 success in the John Durkan Memorial Chase, highlight of tomorrow’s card at Punchestown.
Jim Culloty is looking forward to getting his Cheltenham Gold Cup winner Lord Windermere back on the course in the John Durkan Memorial Chase at Punchestown on Sunday.
The Irish Fiscal Advisory Council’s advice to stick to the €2bn budget adjustment next month is politically impossible, said Fine Gael TD, Bernard Durkan.
Plans for a new centre to commemorate Seamus Heaney have been given the go-ahead, the North’s Environment Minister has announced.
Planning approval has been granted to extend the Belfast studios where Game Of Thrones is filmed.
Traders in Strabane have heavily criticised a decision to give the green light to a major out-of-town retail development.
David Cameron will “look at” the possibility of fulfilling Gerry Conlon’s dying wish for people he nominated to have access to secret government documents about the 1974 IRA Guildford pub bombing for which he was wrongly jailed.
The British Government is facing mass legal action over alleged collusion with loyalists in murders in the North during the 1970s.
Calls for Bloody Sunday soldiers to be granted amnesty on the back of a deal for IRA on-the-runs are inevitable and predictable, a senior Northern Ireland politician has said.
Calls for Bloody Sunday soldiers to be granted amnesty on the back of a deal for IRA on-the-runs are inevitable and predictable, a senior politician in the North has said.
The Department of Environment has claimed a land swap with a developer which will ultimately cost the State more than €33m was a “complex and challenging project”.
Planning permission has been granted for the Casement Park redevelopment project which will see a 5,500 increase in capacity at the Belfast venue to bring it to a 38,000 all-seater stadium, which will be the flagship venue for Ulster GAA fixtures.
More than £2m (€2.37m) raised by taxing plastic bags in Northern Ireland is to benefit some 250 eco-friendly community projects, Stormont’s Environment Minister has announced.
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