Senior Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil negotiators are holding further talks this afternoon on forming a government.
Cavan-Monaghan was the final constituency to elect their TDs last night with the final two seats in the 33rd Dáil going to Fianna Fáil.
More chefs from outside the EU will be eligible for employment permits allowing them to work in Ireland, as a result of changes announced by Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather Humphreys.
Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys is to bring in new rules around the sale and use of gift vouchers to improve consumer rights in the area.
New laws will give all vouchers a five-year expiry time while also meaning people won't have to spend the entirity of the balance in one transaction.
The proposed cutbacks at State broadcaster RTE are appropriate given a bailout from the taxpayer “would not be a satisfactory solution” according to a Government minister.
The US firm which makes some of the world’s toughest and strongest protective cases and products for smartphones and tablets has opened its new European headquarters in Cork.
Six projects overseen by Science Foundation Ireland will share a total of €25m to support new research infrastructure, ranging from self-driving vehicles, to ocean observation.
Fresh warnings to industry to continue with preparations for a hard Brexit have come hot on the heels of the cross-party moves in the British House of Commons to block a no-deal Brexit.
The Government will consider introducing rules around the right to disconnect from work, according to the Minister for Business.
Father-of-four Nicholas ‘Nicky’ Collier, a truck driver from Swords and Raheny died on Wednesday when struck by an empty handler according to his son Darragh.
The man was fatally injured in the incident which occurred in the North Docks area at around 10.30am.
The country's largest farming association has sought an urgent meeting with the Taoiseach amid growing fears for the beef sector following the Mercosur deal Beef Plan.
The Mercosur deal would allow for greater imports from Latin American countries to the EU, including cheaper beef.
LinkedIn has this morning announced that it is creating 800 new jobs at its Wilton Place HQ in Dublin.
Enterprise Ireland has launched this year's Competitive Start Fund (CSF) for women entrepreneurs.
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.
The IDA last November paid out €7.5 million for an 18-acre site at Collinstown, Leixlip, Co Kildare.
The centres will focus on integrated photonics, marine renewable energy, gut health and the microbiome, data analytics, advanced pharmaceutical manufacturing and advanced materials.
A $1bn US clothes rental company is to open its first international technology office in Galway.
Local Enterprise Offices have supported the creation of 18,640 jobs in their first five years.
US company Markforged, which manufactures industrial 3D printers, has announced the opening of its first official European headquarters in Dublin.
Health Minister Simon Harris has called on Micheál Martin and Mary-Lou McDonald to apologise to former Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald for "hounding a good woman out of office".
Donald Trump's trade sanctions could have a "catastrophic" effect on the economy of rural Limerick, a TD has warned.
The Government will be asking “serious questions” if significant progress is not made on the Brexit backstop issue by June, the Tánaiste has said.
The Minister for Agriculture, Michael Creed, wants the horseracing industry to be exempt from workplace legislation that limits working hours for stable staff. He has made representations to cabinet colleagues.
Cork county councillors are demanding that senior IDA officials address their concerns about the lack of progress in establishing industries on 230 hectares of vacant land which the IDA owns at 14 locations around the county.
Brexit will have negative consequences for Ireland in all scenarios, with the beef, dairy, and food processing industries the hardest hit.
Dublin software company Veritas Technologies is to create 250 new jobs in the city by 2019, it has been announced.
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