It's hunting season for election posters.
After the earthquake in last Saturday’s election the country has been left with the prospect of a long drawn out dance before we arrive at a coherent government.
Divisions have emerged within Fianna Fáil over whether it should enter talks with Sinn Féin about forming a government.
Many frontbenchers want to bury the Civil War hatchet and enter a Grand Coalition, with the Greens as political cover, writes David Davin-Power
Solidarity TD Mick Barry urged those parties on the left not to back a Fianna Fáil or Fine Gael government.
Day two in Cork North-Central saw Fianna Fáil and Solidarity TDs hold their seats and a Fine Gael Senator end a near four-decade campaign to win a spot in the Dáil.
Danny Healy-Rae has retained his Kerry seat.
Neither candidate reached the quota but both were deemed elected after the elimination of Kenneth O'Flynn, the former Fianna Fáil turned Independent candidate.
Fianna Fáil TD Pádraig O'Sullivan has held his seat in Cork North-Central.
The new brand is all about driving the vehicle marked Change, writes Michael Clifford
Remember that time when it was difficult to imagine anyone other than Leo Varadkar leading Fine Gael? Now it’s difficult to see him in that leadership position six months from now.
Michéal Martin coming under pressure to enter coalition talks with Sinn Féin
I was struck by how the candidates who didn’t make it were either cast aside as statistics feeding into the bigger picture, or as failures, who caused their own immolation, writes Terry Prone
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