9 hours, 13 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.
9 hours, 49 minutes agoTwo women have been arrested following the discovery of a cannabis growhouse in Co Monaghan this evening.
9 hours, 50 minutes agoGardaí investigating burglaries in Dublin have arrested four people and recovered suspected stolen goods in Co. Wexford.
13 hours, 22 minutes agoMotorists in Galway and Donegal face the longest wait for an NCT appointment according to recent figures by the Road Safety Authority.
14 hours agoNew laws allowing the Government to cut public sector workers’ pay without their agreement have been published.
14 hours, 2 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.
14 hours, 22 minutes agoThe Finance Minister has said claims that Apple only paid corporation tax of 0.05% on profits here are 'clearly wrong and misleading'.
14 hours, 32 minutes agoResidents of Farranfore in Co. Kerry have threatened to use cameras in a bid to catch someone dumping dirty nappies in the village.
15 hours, 36 minutes 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.
16 hours, 9 minutes agoRevenue has been forced to close its busiest office in Dublin because of an occupation by protesters.
17 hours, 25 minutes agoA successor to the Croke Park II deal - formally called the Haddington Road Agreement has been published - containing the recommendations of the Labour Relations Commission.
17 hours, 27 minutes agoA meat wholesaler has been arrested in the Netherlands in connection with the horsemeat scandal which gripped Europe at the start of the year.
18 hours, 1 minute agoMore than 2,000 complaints against gardaí were investigated by the Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission last year, with more than a third relating to abuse of authority.
18 hours, 9 minutes agoAn Independent TD has asked the Tánaiste to confirm whether Alan Shatter was stopped and cautioned by gardaí before being appointed Justice Minister.
18 hours, 18 minutes ago"Shocking and disappointing", that is the response of the Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore to allegations of the mishandling and verbal abuse of children at two Dublin crèches.
18 hours, 28 minutes agoNearly five million children contacted Childline over the last 25 years but a third of them did not have their calls answered.
18 hours, 35 minutes agoThe High Court has heard a challenge by TD Joan Collins that a €25m promissory note payment which is due next month could have huge repercussions.
18 hours, 53 minutes agoA 26-year-old man has been remanded in custody after he was charged with assaulting a homeless man whose body was found dumped in a refuse chute in Cork earlier this month.
19 hours, 10 minutes agoThe Minister for Children Frances Fitzgerald has said she expects to be briefed today on the childcare controversy to hit two creches in Dublin.
19 hours, 20 minutes agoThe vast majority of households who are having difficulty repaying their mortgage either don't have, or have substantially lower levels of, private health insurance cover.
19 hours, 59 minutes agoThe Public Accounts Committee has heard that an office kitted out for the former Junior Minister John McGuinness was more akin to one on Wall Street than Kildare Street.
20 hours, 57 minutes agoGardaí have confirmed they are carrying out an investigation into the mistreatment of children at two creches in Dublin.
21 hours, 58 minutes agoCIE is to sit down with the National Transport Authority to discuss fare hikes for next year.
23 hours, 18 minutes agoAmnesty International has warned that until Ireland's laws allow for abortion in certain circumstances, this country will be out of line with international human rights standards.
23 hours, 23 minutes agoMore than €6.9m is being allocated to 62 research projects, including the development of new drugs for cancer treatment.
23 hours, 53 minutes agoA Norwegian couple are recovering in West Cork after spending three days stranded in raging seas off the Irish coast.
1 day, 3 minutes ago » latestThe National Executive of SIPTU will meet today to discuss the proposals that emerged from the Labour Relations Commission on the Croke Park 2 deal earlier this week.
1 day, 6 minutes ago » latestA 27-year-old man is due to appear in court in Cork this morning, in connection with an assault on a man whose body was found in a refuse chute in an apartment complex in the city.
1 day, 8 hours, 33 minutes agoThe INTO is to recommend to it's 32,000 members to accept the revised LRC proposals on Croke Park 2.
1 day, 10 hours, 57 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 day, 10 hours, 59 minutes agoGardaí investigating a serious assault on a man in Limerick yesterday have arrested a third person.
1 day, 11 hours, 40 minutes agoMick Wallace said that he does not want an apology from the Justice Minister - but he wants a public inquiry into the matter.
1 day, 12 hours, 19 minutes agoThe INTO has said it will recommend to its members to accept the revised Labour Relations Commission proposals on Croke Park 2.
1 day, 13 hours, 41 minutes agoMick Wallace has said he hopes the Standards in Public Office Commission will get to the bottom of the penalty points debacle.
1 day, 13 hours, 54 minutes agoHealth Minister James Reilly has welcomed the passing of new legislation which allows for greater use of generic drugs.
1 day, 14 hours, 3 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.
1 day, 14 hours, 18 minutes agoA former priest awaiting trial on historic child sex abuse charges does not have the right to anonymity, a judge held today.
1 day, 14 hours, 39 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.
1 day, 14 hours, 46 minutes agoThe group that has been appointed as a provisional liquidator to a Co Tipperary hotel with 75 weddings on the books, including one tomorrow, has said it is "business as usual" at the hotel.
1 day, 15 hours, 28 minutes agoIreland continues to have the second worst long-term unemployment figures in the European Union.