12 hours, 26 minutes agoA man has been arrested in Dublin after a major drugs haul worth €1.7m.
14 hours, 20 minutes agoIndependent TD Mattie McGrath is still questioning whether the Minister for Justice was stopped at a Garda checkpoint in 2011.
15 hours, 51 minutes agoMembers of the public have less than five days to pay the local property tax
16 hours, 3 minutes agoThree men are due in court this afternoon, in connection with a series of burglaries around Dublin, in areas like Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire.
16 hours, 40 minutes agoThe BBC has apologised for a Question Time production gaffe that saw a Stormont minister labelled as being a member of “Sinn Fein/IRA”.
17 hours, 5 minutes agoThe Transport Minister said that teachers will have to face legislated pay cuts, if they do not accept the Haddington Road Agreement.
17 hours, 49 minutes agoA strike at a waste water plant that treats water for a quarter of a million people in Dublin and Wicklow has been called off.
19 hours, 4 minutes agoFianna Fáil is calling on the Children's Minister to direct the HSE to publish all crèche inspection reports as a matter of urgency.
19 hours, 22 minutes agoFianna Fáil is to table a motion of no confidence in the Justice Minister in the Dáil next week.
20 hours, 4 minutes agoAn Independent MEP said the Minister for Agriculture should access special EU funds to help farmers affected by the fodder crisis.
20 hours, 17 minutes agoThe Transport Minister Leo Varadkar has said that anyone with access to garda records needs to respect confidentiality and keep them private.
20 hours, 19 minutes agoA garda based in Bray, Co Wicklow is facing trial for allegedly forging a letter from the Office of the DPP.
20 hours, 32 minutes agoThe Chairman of the Public Accounts Committee has suggested that civil servants may be leaking information to the media.
21 hours, 14 minutes agoThe junior Finance Minister said the Justice Minister has answered questions about why he failed a breathalyser test at a Garda checkpoint on his way home from the Dáil, but if there are further questions about the incident, he will answer them.
21 hours, 15 minutes agoThe Taoiseach has criticised much of the commentary around Ireland's corporate tax rate.
21 hours, 33 minutes agoThe weather is being blamed for the rising cost of potatoes.
21 hours, 54 minutes agoOne of America's most controversial child beauty pageants is promising the parents of would-be Irish contestants that they do not have to put fake eyelashes and tan on their children.
22 hours, 14 minutes agoUlster Bank and RBS were today scrambling to fix another embarrassing IT glitch that left customers using their popular mobile app unable to access their accounts online.
22 hours, 40 minutes agoThree men have been arrested and charged after a quick-thinking grandmother locked up thieves as they tried to break into her property.
23 hours agoSinn Féin has lodged a formal complaint with the BBC after the party's Education Minister in Northern Ireland John O'Dowd was designated a spokesman for SF/IRA during an appearance on Question Time last night.
23 hours, 21 minutes agoMore than 100 jobs are to be created over the next three years at three Irish firms in Galway and Dublin.
23 hours, 49 minutes ago » latestThe junior Finance Minister Brian Hayes has said unions that do not accept the Haddington Road agreement will not avail of the terms of the deal when the Government enacts the legislation this summer.
1 day, 14 minutes agoThe Minister for Justice Alan Shatter will face further questions today over his failure to complete a breathalyser test.
1 day, 31 minutes agoGardaí investigating a series of burglaries in Dublin have released without charge a woman in her thirties, whom they questioned in connection with the robberies.
1 day, 36 minutes agoThe Marine Institute in Galway looks set to become one of the leading oceanic research centres in the world after today.
1 day, 42 minutes agoA man in his early 80s has died in a road crash in Co. Tipperary.
1 day, 1 hour, 9 minutes agoThe problem of under-nourished patients in Dublin hospitals is being ignored, according to the Irish Society for Clinical Nutrition and Metabolism.
1 day, 1 hour, 19 minutes agoA Donegal man is due to appear at the Old Bailey in London today charged with the murder of four soldiers in the 1982 IRA bombing in London's Hyde Park.
1 day, 1 hour, 22 minutes agoThe Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, along with the EU Commissioner for Consumer Policy, Tonio Borg, will launch an EU information campaign targeted at consumers today.
1 day, 1 hour, 26 minutes agoMore than 120 new jobs are being announced today at four seperate companies in Dublin, Galway and Cork.
1 day, 1 hour, 36 minutes agoTwo teaching unions have rejected the Haddington Road Agreement.
1 day, 10 hours, 38 minutes agoAn exclusive creche probed during an undercover investigation into allegations of mistreatment of children has confirmed it has sacked one worker and suspended three others.
1 day, 11 hours, 14 minutes agoTwo women have been arrested following the discovery of a cannabis growhouse in Co Monaghan this evening.
1 day, 11 hours, 15 minutes agoGardaí investigating burglaries in Dublin have arrested four people and recovered suspected stolen goods in Co. Wexford.
1 day, 14 hours, 47 minutes agoMotorists in Galway and Donegal face the longest wait for an NCT appointment according to recent figures by the Road Safety Authority.
1 day, 15 hours, 25 minutes agoNew laws allowing the Government to cut public sector workers’ pay without their agreement have been published.
1 day, 15 hours, 28 minutes agoJustice Minister Alan Shatter has said he failed to give a breath test at a Garda checkpoint several years ago because he is asthmatic.
1 day, 15 hours, 48 minutes agoThe Finance Minister has said claims that Apple only paid corporation tax of 0.05% on profits here are 'clearly wrong and misleading'.
1 day, 15 hours, 58 minutes agoResidents of Farranfore in Co. Kerry have threatened to use cameras in a bid to catch someone dumping dirty nappies in the village.
1 day, 17 hours, 1 minute agoSinn Fein has called on the management at a plant that treats water for a quarter of a million people in Dublin and Wicklow to stop using strike breakers and to get back around the talks table.