Count centres across the country have reopened this morning as Day 2 of the count gets underway.
Newly formed party Aontú said it would welcome migrants fleeing war-torn countries or economic hardship here and accused the Fine Gael-led government of hollowing out rural Ireland.
The Government is "turning its back" on vulnerable communities and ignoring the threat of scrambler bikes in local areas by failing to listen to garda concerns over the issue.
A new bill will introduce heavy penalties for parents who buy vehicles for under 18s who go on to use them in a reckless manner.
Gardai confirmed last night that following reports of burglary and theft of vehicles, units were deployed in the Tallaght District resulting in nine arrests to date.
Politicians accused of caring more about their Christmas break.
Latest: There have been calls for tougher laws to protect emergency services staff.
A man brandishing a firearm was dramatically arrested by armed gardaí at a shopping centre after an almost eight-hour crime spree across west Dublin involving six carjackings.
Almost 90% of vacant houses and apartments offered to local authorities have been rejected.
The Government is being told there is no quick fix to the housing crisis but what we have got, is not working.
Time stuck in “aggravated” traffic jams in the greater Dublin area alone is costing the economy €350m a year — and that could rise to €2bn per year within 15 years.
The head of Irish Water’s parent firm has denied claims the company wasted up to €73m worth of taxpayers’ money on outside consultants, saying those paid were “experts” who have proven their worth.
Gardaí have arrested a young male in relation to the fatal stabbing of a teenager in Dublin on Thursday afternoon.
Attempts to agree on the future of funding water services have already divided TDs, after a Dáil row broke out yesterday about a new committee which will examine water charges.
Fianna Fáil wants to give the people of Dublin a say on whether there should be a directly elected Mayor for the capital.
Homeowners look set to escape from threatened bin charge hikes as a suspension of the new bin charge regime appears imminent, the Irish Examiner can reveal.
Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald said the Government will introduce regulations to stop refuse collection companies from hiking bin charges.
Motors insurance companies have been accused of “acting like terrorists” by hiking premium costs on unsuspecting car owners who are facing financial ruin.
New junior minister Sean Canney is among a dozen former county and city councillors who will receive golden handshake payments from the local authorities after securing Dáil seats in February.
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has overhauled the party’s frontbench and promoted seven first-time TDs to his shadow cabinet.
People struggling to buy a home could receive tax breaks from the next government in a bid to halt the escalating housing crisis.
The five TDs in Dublin South West are calling for the release of Ibrahim Halawa.
Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin has insisted his head will not be “on the chopping block” if his party fails to win the upcoming Carlow-Kilkenny by-election.
Anti-establishment are now well placed to translate strong national support into major gains at the next general election, while Government parties face losses, says Adrian Kavanagh
Sinn Féin's topped the poll in the Dublin South West by-election, but faces a battle to win the seat with the Anti-Austerity-Alliance candidate just behind.
By-elections in Roscommon-South Leitrim and Dublin South-West will be held on Friday, October 10, the Government has announced.
The Fianna Fáil wipeout in the 2011 general election has given new female candidates the chance to fill the otherwise empty electoral landscape.
Sinn Féin has nominated councillor Cathal King as its candidate for the imminent Dublin South West by-election — just weeks after he insisted he would not run in order to make room for a female candidate.
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