1 hour, 44 minutes agoEU leaders have said significant progress has been made at a meeting today in relation to strategies to crackdown on tax evasion and fraud within Europe.
1 hour, 46 minutes agoGardaí investigating a serious assault on a man in Limerick yesterday have arrested a third person.
2 hours, 27 minutes agoMick Wallace said that he does not want an apology from the Justice Minister - but he wants a public inquiry into the matter.
3 hours, 6 minutes agoThe INTO has said it will recommend to its members to accept the revised Labour Relations Commission proposals on Croke Park 2.
4 hours, 28 minutes agoMick Wallace has said he hopes the Standards in Public Office Commission will get to the bottom of the penalty points debacle.
4 hours, 41 minutes agoHealth Minister James Reilly has welcomed the passing of new legislation which allows for greater use of generic drugs.
4 hours, 50 minutes agoThe Marine Surveyor who investigated the wreckage of the Tit Bonhomme says that it was likely that the skipper Michael Hayes was not at the helm at the time of the crash.
5 hours, 4 minutes agoA former priest awaiting trial on historic child sex abuse charges does not have the right to anonymity, a judge held today.
5 hours, 26 minutes agoTasoieach Enda Kenny has brushed off attacks on Ireland’s tax regime for helping multinationals avoid billions in tax – insisting he was backing plans for global tax transparency and an end to tax havens.
6 hours, 15 minutes agoIreland continues to have the second worst long-term unemployment figures in the European Union.
6 hours, 28 minutes agoThe Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he will be making clear at a European Council meeting today that Ireland is not a tax haven.
6 hours, 36 minutes agoTwo men have been found guilty of murdering a Brazilian man and dumping his body in a north Kerry bog.
6 hours, 46 minutes agoA Fianna Fáil MEP is welcoming efforts to support the establishment of an Irish-language version of the official European Parliament website.
7 hours, 28 minutes ago » latestThe trawler had a sudden change in direction minutes before it crashed into Adam Island.
7 hours, 55 minutes agoA provisional liquidator has been appointed to a Co Tipperary hotel with 75 weddings on the books - including one scheduled for tomorrow.
8 hours, 7 minutes agoLeading health experts say obesity is costing the Irish economy more than €1bn every year.
8 hours, 26 minutes agoThe Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has warned the Justice Minister Alan Shatter that there is no justification for privacy issues to be made public.
8 hours, 30 minutes agoDubliners have the highest disposable income per person in the state, according to the Central Statistics Office.
9 hours, 19 minutes ago » latestThe Minister for Health James Reilly has raised the prospect of extending the Dáil term to deal with the new abortion legislation.
9 hours, 23 minutes agoThe State has been given time to prepare for a High Court challenge by Limerick man John Dundon over his trial for the murder of Garryowen rugby player Shane Geoghegan.
9 hours, 59 minutes agoThe Tanaiste is insisting no special tax rate deals apply to any companies operating in Ireland.
10 hours, 46 minutes agoWork on a facelift for Dublin's Grafton Street begins in June.
11 hours, 2 minutes agoAnthony Downey, 61, from Co Donegal, is to be charged over the IRA’s Hyde Park bombing in London which killed eight soldiers on July 20, 1982, the UK's Crown Prosecution Service said today.
11 hours, 18 minutes agoBurger King is partnering with the Kepak Group to supply its Irish and British restaurants with beef.
12 hours, 43 minutes agoGardai and customs officers have uncovered an an oil laundering plant in Drumacon, Co Monaghan following an intelligence-led surveillance operation.
13 hours, 3 minutes agoGardai in Limerick investigating a serious assault have arrested a man in his 20s and a woman in her late teens.
13 hours, 28 minutes agoThe Lord Mayor of Dublin has claimed the Mansion House is haunted.
13 hours, 44 minutes agoThe Chair of the Oireachtas Health Committee says "it is a big ask" for the government to have abortion legislation enacted before the Dáil's summer recess.
13 hours, 50 minutes agoResearchers claim iodine deficiency during pregnancy could lower children's IQ.
13 hours, 51 minutes agoAs the fodder crisis continues to pose serious problems for the farming community, a local radio station in Co Mayo will today broadcast a special mass, to pray for fine weather.
14 hours, 18 minutes agoAn inquest into the deaths of five fishermen when their trawler sank off the West Cork coast last year continues today.
14 hours, 25 minutes agoA verdict is expected in the trial of a man accused of raping a woman at a Tipperary house.
14 hours, 28 minutes agoIreland's tax laws will come under the spotlight again today when the Taoiseach attends a European Council meeting in Brussels.
1 day, 3 hours, 20 minutes agoThe Justice Minister Alan Shatter says he has "no problem in saying I am sorry" if Deputy Mick Wallace feels that he did him some personal wrong by mentioning Wallace's incidence of discretion.
1 day, 3 hours, 24 minutes agoA man in his 30s is in a critical condition in Limerick after an attack in the city this afternoon.
1 day, 3 hours, 34 minutes agoGardaí investigating the manslaughter of a homeless man whose body was found in a refuse chute in Cork last week have arrested a 27 year old man.
1 day, 3 hours, 42 minutes agoEnda Kenny has dismissed calls for Alan Shatter to resign over his use of confidential garda information against a political opponent during a live television broadcast.
1 day, 4 hours, 15 minutes agoNew services have been announced to help lone-parents to return to work.
1 day, 5 hours, 33 minutes agoParts of a home-made bomb have been discovered on the North Strand Road in Dublin.
1 day, 5 hours, 38 minutes agoThe Taoiseach Enda Kenny has dismissed opposition party calls for the Justice Minister Alan Shatter to resign.