People need to be on their guard against Covid-19 “every minute, every hour and every day”
He will now not go to New York where a UN event is being held as was initially planned.
Ministers travelling abroad as part of scaled back St Patrick’s Day visits this year have been banned from flying first class, hiring limousines, or using hotel suites.
More than 10% of an €8.4m government fund for tourism projects around Ireland ended up going to Co Mayo — constituency of the minister responsible, Michael Ring.
Fine Gael's parliamentary party meeting has heard strong calls not to go into government with Fianna Fáil.
The first television debate of the general election takes place tonight between the leaders of Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil.
Green leader Eamon Ryan has promised to prioritise supports for young house buyers and farmers instead of tax cuts for workers if his party enters government after the general election.
The Government has ruled out setting up a system of community banking for consumers on the basis that post offices and credit unions are already prevalent in areas.
The figure of 103 is down six on the 2017 figure in the lowest total since 1939.
Irish cosmetic manufacturer has announced 90 new jobs in total in Cork and Mayo.
Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil have declared war on each other after both parties made a series of formal complaints alleging their general election opponents have repeatedly broken rules in the Dáil votes saga.
Social Protection Minister Regina Doherty is the latest minister to be subject to scrutiny about voting in the Dáil.
Credit Unions are now offering current accounts to members.
A minister says a new investment in rural Ireland will bring more tourism and stag parties to the west of Ireland.
The funds will be distributed to assist libraries in providing support to communities at risk of being socially excluded, marginalised or disadvantaged.
A community playground in Rockchapel village, Co Cork, was one of the most recent projects approved for funding from the LEADER rural development scheme.
Helen Martin has been appointed as CEO of the Charities Regulator, having been carrying out the functions on an acting basis since last October.
People living in a town in West Cork are celebrating its declaration as the 'Best Kept Town in Ireland'.
The west Cork hotspot was announced as the winner today while also being named as winner in the Best Kept Small Town category.
Gardaí in Longford have set up daily patrols by the armed response unit to deal with the outbreak of violence between feuding local families.
Mr Varadkar said the plan detailed “a way forward that is both effective and sensible".
Funding of €500,000 has been announced to continue to support the work of Men's Sheds groups across the country.
Rural Affairs Minister Michael Ring has warned "anything could happen" in the battle for the final two seats in the Midlands North West European election when the official counts start to be announced tonight.
Green Party candidate Saoirse McHugh says she is not sure how she will travel to Brussels if she is elected in the Midlands North West constituency.
Results of the votes here will not be announced until 10pm tonight due to a European-wide embargo.
The showing season which has started countrywide will continue for the next six months with close on 140 events being held north and south.
The government has nothing to hide in relation to the €3bn National Broadband Plan and will explain its decision and the project costs in due course, the Tánaiste says.
Information for community groups on how to submit effective applications for grant funding will be delivered at a series of events this month.
When former Kerry footballer Pat Spillane appeared on The Late Late Show on April 19, he informed the TV audience that his post as ambassador for rural Ireland had been terminated.
Macra has welcomed the announcement by Rural and Community Development Minister Michael Ring that €10,000 is to be made available to each of the 31 local authorities, as part of the inaugural ‘Big Hello’ initiative.
Payments are made to about 1,900 landholders to maintain 39 recreational walking trails around the country, and the Department of Rural and Community Development now invites expressions of
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Stephen Cadogan The Department of Agriculture’s quality service unit received 30 customer service complaints in 2018.
Half-a-million euro has been allocated by the Department of Rural and Community Development to 350 men’s sheds across the country.
The departure of Denis Naughten in controversial circumstances forced Leo Varadkar to move Education Minister Richard Bruton over to Naughten's embattled Department of Communications, to salvage the National Broadband Plan, writes Daniel McConnell
Fine Gael ministers were accused by a Cabinet colleague yesterday of “egging on” a belief that Transport Minister Shane Ross is “anti-rural Ireland” in a heated discussion on proposed new road traffic measures.
A Fianna Fail TD’s Christmas wish that the Government would provide small farmers or pensioners with vouchers to subsidise their meals in local restaurants was dashed last week.
Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring has described as ‘amazing’ the €19 million spent on administration of the Leader rural development programme, while development project expenditure only amounts to €6 million.
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