Political correspondent Hugh O'Connell is joined by Political Editor Michael Brennan for the latest Post Podcast
Gemma O’Doherty made her name as an investigative reporter and campaigning journalist. Now she’s running for the presidency on an anti-corruption ticket. But questions about her views on vaccines, abortion and transgender children won’t go away
Shareholders in some of the state’s private hospitals want a legal provision in the new law that allows them to be bought out at market value if their hospital begins carrying out abortions under the Regulation of the Termination of Pregnancy Bill
The Department of Employment Affairs’ head of communications Sarah O’Callaghan told Minister Regina Doherty’s two special advisers that it was not 'at all appropriate' to mention a political party in a press release being issued by the department
Former Dragons’ Den star prepped tycoon on day that tribunal report came out; Duffy says there was nothing he could do for Sean FitzPatrick
Varadkar was speaking last week as Denmark became the latest European country to introduce a law against facial coverings
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has ruled out the introduction of a burqa ban in Ireland, saying he believ...
With his party’s agreement with Fine Gael up for renewal later this year, Micheál Martin is growing tired of what he calls the Taoiseach’s ‘gamesmanship’, as well as the lack of progress on health and housing. But he insists the deal was the right thing to do in the interests of stability
The Department of Housing wanted to tone down a Central Statistics Office (CSO) analysis which sa...
The government is blaming the laboratories at the centre of the CervicalCheck cancer screening sc...
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