Enormous crowds of people lined the streets today in support of repealing the 8th Amendment.
There have been complaints in the Dáil this afternoon, after three TDs wore jumpers calling for the repeal of the 8th Amendment.
The Citizens Assembly is hearing opposing views on the abortion issue from advocacy groups today.
The Citizens Assembly will meet again today to discuss the 8th Amendment of the constitution.
The Citizens Assembly is meeting again this weekend to discuss Ireland's abortion laws.
A Bill to reduce the 14 year prison sentence for women who have abortions down to a €1 fine is to be brought before the Dáil.
The State is offering €30,000 to a woman who was denied an abortion in a case of fatal foetal abnormality.
Two rallies are being held this Friday, November 25, in Dublin and in Cork.
A Fathers4Justice campaign calling for the recognition and protection of the rights of the father in relation to the unborn child is now likely to go ahead in Cork, it emerged tonight.
Polish legislators have approved a government plan to pay bonuses to families who have a disabled child born, as part of a policy aimed at curbing the number of abortions.
A TD has challenged the government to prosecute her for possessing tablets which can be used to cause an abortion.
Tonight's abortion bill will not be voted on by the Dáil after Government parties agreed to block any ballot in return for fast-tracking plans to act on the Citizen's Assembly's findings next year, writes Fiachra Ó Cionnaith of the Irish Examiner.
In the last few minutes a deal has been reached on a collective Cabinet response to tonight's Dáil debate on abortion.
A Government minister has hit out at opposition parties which he says are trying to "split the Government and embarrass people".
Cork pro-life supporter John O’Donovan was woken at 3am on Sunday morning by a loud commotion at his front door.
Six left-wing TDs are facing potential Leinster House disciplinary action after breaking strict political emblem rules by wearing pro-choice "Repeal" t-shirts in the Dáil writes Irish Examiner Political Correspondent Fiachra O Cionnaith.
Update: 3.13pm: The Taoiseach has defended the Citizens' Convention on abortion - saying it's "not a black and white issue".