Party leader says the buck stops with Taoiseach over housing crisis
Former Fine Gael TD Billy Timmins will not support any future abortion legislation as he seeks to...
New correspondence reveals that top civil servant wrote to Department of Communications over group’s bid for Celtic Media
The government is set to finalise plans in the coming weeks for a new online portal
The emphatic overturning of the Eighth Amendment has left many Fianna Fáilers feeling that their party is hugely out of step with the prevailing national mood
Newly-released emails reveal that despite criticising him in public, Sinn Féin representatives were more positive when corresponding privately with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar
The Department of the Taoiseach does not have any records of minutes, notes, memos or emails of t...
Campaigner says in High Court filing that state did not properly monitor liquidators’ fees
The government’s controversial communications unit was given an advance preview of how one of t...
Patient safety unit advised the then Minister for Health that a legal duty to report errors would not foster a ‘culture of open disclosure’
In the run-up to this Friday’s referendum, we checked in with two TDs who are urging a No vote as they pounded the pavements
Cabinet minister Michael Ring and junior ministers Catherine Byrne, Damien English, David Stanton, Pat Breen and Paul Kehoe have not declared publicly whether they are advocating a Yes or No vote in the referendum.