Fianna Fáil leader lambastes ‘prickly’ Coveney, saying he needs to ‘get a life’
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy said the government and Irish Water are now planning for the worst-case scenario, revealing this would involve a rolling water tanker programme in the capital
Minister for Sport Brendan Griffin has confirmed that he is 'actively engaged' with the GAA, after the organisation reiterated its decision to prevent the Liam Miller charity match being staged at Páirc Uí Chaoimh in Cork following legal advice
The Donegal native said he would use his presidential bid to highlight his concerns about immigration, and to campaign for the decriminalisation of drugs and prostitution
PAC chair Seán Fleming confirmed that the whistleblower will appear before the Public Accounts Committee in private session on October 11 next
Fresh doubts have emerged over Shane Ross’s pledge to reopen Stepaside Garda station as civil s...
At the end of a turbulent first year as Minister for Housing, Eoghan Murphy is bruised but unbowed. In this exclusive interview, he lays out his plan to fix the housing crisis and accuses Fianna Fáil of having laid the foundations for the current mess of a ‘broken system’
Independent Clare TD Dr Michael Harty, said that over 400 days after the publication of the Sláintecare report, the government had shown no desire to implement the radical blueprint
Siobhán Quinlan invested her equity in the site alongside developer Johnny Ronan, who put in the same amount
OPW emails reveal the building is in poor condition, has asbestos issues and would need major renovation and rewiring
Fine Gael senator Catherine Noone is seeking to run for the Dáil in north Dublin at the next gen...
It was supposed to be a private, informal and, most importantly, off the record lunch with Taoise...