Aiden Corkery

Aiden Corkery

Family law sittings to have standalone hearings in key reform sought for years

Family law sittings to have standalone hearings in key reform sought for years

Family law sittings will be held at a different time and place to ordinary court sittings under reforms due to be announced by Charlie Flanagan by the end of the year

National Gallery plans to extend collection’s reach

National Gallery plans to extend collection’s reach

The gallery has a collection of over 16,000 works, including high-profile ones from Monet, Picasso, Vermeer, Caravaggio, Goya, Turner and Velazquez

State plans phase-out of grants for plug-in hybrids

State plans phase-out of grants for plug-in hybrids

Bruton: help for plug-ins will be limited in future to encourage move to fully electric vehicles

Cabinet set to approve Adare bypass plan

Cabinet set to approve Adare bypass plan

The cabinet is due to sign off on a plan to bypass the Limerick village of Adare in the coming weeks as part of the preparations for the 2026 Ryder Cup

Budget 2020: Children and over-70s among winners

Budget 2020: Children and over-70s among winners

Free GP care extended to under-8s and more pensioners to qualify for medical cards

Budget 2020: TDs hint at free GP care for under-8s

Budget 2020: TDs hint at free GP care for under-8s

Fine Gael backbenchers open PR battle early with indications of family-friendly measures

Audit into working conditions in film industry launched

Audit into working conditions in film industry launched

A series of bitter rows have rocked the sector in recent years

FF victory may be in sight after deft riding of two horses

FF victory may be in sight after deft riding of two horses

All bets will be off once Fine Gael delivers its last budget under the confidence and supply pact

Ireland may face fines if no customs checks after hard Brexit

Ireland may face fines if no customs checks after hard Brexit

Ireland could be hit with multimillion-euro EU fines if it failed to carry out customs checks aft...

Doherty backtracks on pledge not to set up child maintenance agency

Doherty backtracks on pledge not to set up child maintenance agency

Minister had said she would not ‘stick my two feet’ into area that was another minister’s bailiwick

Government: No need to relocate Irish oil reserves stored in Britain

Government: No need to relocate Irish oil reserves stored in Britain

The government has no plans to relocate Irish oil reserves stored in Britain ahead of Brexit, Min...

Fianna Fáil slams Fine Gael over ‘childish’ report on spending proposals

Fianna Fáil slams Fine Gael over ‘childish’ report on spending proposals

A new front has opened up in Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil’s growing row over the cost of oppositi...

Taoiseach hopes to hear of Brexit progress in New York meeting

Taoiseach hopes to hear of Brexit progress in New York meeting

While in New York, the Taoiseach will hold discussions with the British prime minister following negotiations between Britain and the EU Brexit task forces last week

Businesses urged to get ready for trading with Britain after Brexit

Businesses urged to get ready for trading with Britain after Brexit

The Revenue Commissioners are ready to contact any businesses that have not already applied for an export/import number

Government readies no-deal budget plan as deadline looms

Government readies no-deal budget plan as deadline looms

Move would take tax cuts off the table and require emergency supports