A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
The Taoiseach has said he is trying to defend the Good Friday Agreement from some Brexiteers who are seeking to undermine it.
Wed, 21 Feb, 2018
A shortage of builders and construction skills in Kerry is preventing vacant properties from being done up, a county council meeting has been told.
Wed, 22 Nov, 2017
A man who was found dead at his home in West Cork had been helped home by neighbours the night before following an apparent assault.
Tue, 26 Sep, 2017
Policing commission chairwoman Kathleen O’Toole has ruled herself out of consideration for the garda commissioner job.
Mon, 18 Sep, 2017
Irish language rights remain a make or break issue for power-sharing in Northern Ireland, Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams has warned.
Wed, 30 Aug, 2017
Amid all the talk of tactics, of Aidan O’Shea shadowing Kieran Donaghy and the in-game managerial machinations and substitutions, there was the inescapable sense of a game that refused to bend to the will of any one man or either county.
Mon, 21 Aug, 2017
The Prison Officers’ Association claims it has been denied a face-to-face meeting with Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan in relation to serious concerns it has regarding the investigation of assaults by inmates on prison officers.
Fri, 28 Apr, 2017
West Ham say they have "100 per cent faith" in manager Slaven Bilic and his ability to lead the club.
Sun, 02 Apr, 2017
A keynote Brexit speech by UK Prime Minister Theresa May is anxiously awaited amid expectations she will realise the worst fears of Irish business and Government and confirm that London is intent on striking a hard Brexit deal with Brussels.
Sat, 14 Jan, 2017
Amid then fall-off in ebooks’ popularity,contacted bookshops to find out why sales of paper books are staging a welcome fightback from the brink of extinction
Mon, 12 Dec, 2016
Mon, 17 Oct, 2016
A judicial-led inquiry looks set to be established by the Government into fresh allegations of serious maltreatment in An Garda Síochána.
Thu, 06 Oct, 2016
Under-fire Garda Commissioner Nóirín O’Sullivan has insisted that she was “not privy to, nor did she approve of any action”, designed to target any whistleblowers in the force.
Thu, 06 Oct, 2016
Mon, 09 May, 2016
The US authorities are in breach of the landmark EU-US Open Skies deal by delaying a licence to the airline planning the first transatlantic flights from Cork Airport.
Mon, 18 Jan, 2016
A timeline of the most recent saga in Irish football.
Tue, 29 Sep, 2015
It was time for a change.
Mon, 31 Aug, 2015
Sports law experts have openly queried how any FAI legal action over the French ‘handball’ goal in the 2009 World Cup play-off would have succeeded — despite it resulting in a €5m payment from world governing body Fifa.
Sat, 06 Jun, 2015
One Direction superstar Niall Horan will caddie for Rory McIlroy at the Masters Par 3 competition which takes place today in Augusta.
Wed, 08 Apr, 2015
France 3 Honduras 0
Sun, 15 Jun, 2014
Half of charities fear public trust in their work has been permanently damaged by the top-ups and pay-offs scandal at the Central Remedial Clinic (CRC).
Fri, 17 Jan, 2014
Hospitals and health agencies which breach pay caps for managers and give out top-up payments could face punitive cuts to their overall budgets, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has warned.
Mon, 02 Dec, 2013
Cigarette butts account for 75% of litter in Kerry, up from 48% four years ago.
Tue, 23 Jul, 2013
Justice Minister Alan Shatter has launched an unprecedented attack on a newspaper amid a claim Enda Kenny intervened in a family separation case.
Mon, 29 Oct, 2012
Amid-career retrospective of the work of Alice Maher, Becoming is hosted by the Irish Museum of Modern Art, in Dublin.
Tue, 09 Oct, 2012
The Sinn Féin President says he can't afford to sue over allegations that he was a commanding officer in the IRA.
Thu, 27 Sep, 2012
Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams said the Government should not apologise for the actions of the IRA, and that special criminal courts for members of paramilitary groups should be discontinued.
Tue, 18 Sep, 2012
Amid reports that Fianna Fáil leader, Micheál Martin, was consulting with former party ministers and TDs on the future of the party, it should be pointed out to him that they are most certainly not the future.
Sat, 25 Aug, 2012
Amid the hysteria at St Tiernach’s Park in Clones yesterday afternoon as Donegal celebrated their first retention of the Ulster championship as only they can, manager Jim McGuinness got a quiet chance to reflect.
Mon, 23 Jul, 2012
Social Protection Minister Joan Burton has demanded a probe into Saturday’s disastrous Phoenix Park concert, after gardaí met with the under-fire promoters to uncover what went wrong.
Wed, 11 Jul, 2012
Ed Miliband will set out a blueprint for fundamental reform of the British banking system today, including forcing the “big five” to sell up to 1,000 more branches to increase competition.
Mon, 09 Jul, 2012
A hotel worker who alleges he was beaten into confessing to the murder of honeymooner Michaela McAreavey has been challenged to explain why two doctors apparently found no sign of any injuries on him.
Fri, 29 Jun, 2012
The Vatican has miserably failed the victims of child sex abuse within the Catholic Church, Martin McGuinness has claimed.
Tue, 08 May, 2012
Republican candidates battled hard ahead of today’s key deep South votes as a poll said front-runner Mitt Romney would beat Democrat President Barack Obama if elections were held right now.
Tue, 13 Mar, 2012
British boxer Dereck Chisora has been detained for questioning at Munich Airport following last night’s post-fight brawl with David Haye, Munich Police have confirmed.
Sun, 19 Feb, 2012
George Michael isn't impressed with Madonna's new song.
Mon, 06 Feb, 2012
President Michael D Higgins will be urged to take the unprecedented step of calling a referendum if the Government rules against a vote on the new European treaty.
Wed, 01 Feb, 2012
MORE than 5,000 HSE staff are out sick every day, with management saying the absenteeism rate is “too high”.
Thu, 29 Sep, 2011
Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has accused the Vatican of missing the point after the Holy See rejected claims it had frustrated a State inquiry into clerical abuse.
Mon, 05 Sep, 2011
James Murdoch is “likely” to be recalled before the Commons Culture, Media and Sport Committee as part of its inquiry into phone hacking at the News of the World, Labour MP Tom Watson said today
Tue, 16 Aug, 2011
GORDON BROWN has been “shocked” by the way that his family’s personal details have been obtained through alleged “criminality” and “unethical means”, his office said last night.
Tue, 12 Jul, 2011
Gordon Brown has been “shocked” by the way that his family’s personal details have been obtained through alleged “criminality” and “unethical means”, his office said tonight.
Mon, 11 Jul, 2011