Whelan said that if the race ends up with Michael D Higgins facing a Sinn Féin candidate then 'that choice is too narrow' and he would reconsider seeking a nomination
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...
Senior civil servants from government departments are now meeting every week to map out detailed contingency plans for what has been labelled internally as a “disorderly Brexit scenario”
Interview given to a PhD student last year reveals his attitude to emotive health stories and to journalists who don’t query the demands of sectoral groups
Hugh O'Connell is joined by Mary Regan for the latest Post Podcast
The Dáil’s Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has been told it cannot examine the claims made in ...
Former taoiseach would face off against Barnier and other senior EU politicians for EPP backing
EU Agriculture Commissioner says Britain must resile from red lines to get agreement on departure
The mood is not good in Brussels and migration has yet again taken centre stage. And while there are rumours that Theresa May is set to take on Tory Brexit zealots, the advice is: prepare for the worst
The European Union’s tax plans for the big technology companies spells trouble for Ireland