Mary Regan

Mary Regan

Mary Regan: Why the new maternity hospital has been a difficult delivery

Mary Regan: Why the new maternity hospital has been a difficult delivery

Everyone is asking why the nuns want to run a maternity hospital. But perhaps the real question should be, why would the state want to allow them?

There's danger for Fianna Fáil in this temporary arrangement

There's danger for Fianna Fáil in this temporary arrangement

The government arrangement may be nearing its end – and when it gets there, Fianna Fáil could have more to fear than Fine Gael

Profile Gibraltar: ‘I am a rock...’

Profile Gibraltar: ‘I am a rock...’

Factfile Age: depends on what country you ask Appearance: Britain in miniature on the Med, domina...

Mary Regan: The failed marriage that may need a quickie divorce

Mary Regan: The failed marriage that may need a quickie divorce

Going nowhere fast, meeting every crisis with stasis, the dysfunctional Dáil is as much use as a robot bride

The loss of two commissioners would be worse than careless

The loss of two commissioners would be worse than careless

The government’s big promises of reform in the Garda Síochána have proved a failure, and now it is supporting the very culture it sought to change

'Fitzgerald has little choice but to stand by O’Sullivan for as long as she can'

'Fitzgerald has little choice but to stand by O’Sullivan for as long as she can'

If the commissioner goes, she could bring the Justice Minister with her, writes Mary Regan

Martin McGuinness’s past offered SF opportunity for renewal

Martin McGuinness’s past offered SF opportunity for renewal

McGuinness’s presidential bid helped to purge the poison of its history from the Sinn Féin of today

Independent Alliance seeks law change for extra €455,000 annual funding

Independent Alliance seeks law change for extra €455,000 annual funding

All five of its TDs are drawing down an annual €37,000 “independents’ allowance”

Mary Regan: Enda Kenny's long goodbye

Mary Regan: Enda Kenny's long goodbye

Welcome home, Taoiseach. Now when, exactly, do you plan to step down?

Time to shine a light on the trafficking of children

Time to shine a light on the trafficking of children

The truth about the treatment of babies as ‘commodities’ to be traded at home and abroad could be one scandal too far

Mary Regan: Irish Water fiasco could drown Fianna Fáil

Mary Regan: Irish Water fiasco could drown Fianna Fáil

The party must choose between its current populist stance and a fiscally responsible one – and might lose out either way

Mary Regan: Enda Kenny may have strengthened his position in Fine Gael

Mary Regan: Enda Kenny may have strengthened his position in Fine Gael

Out in the nick of time - but when? His moves ensure a more dignified departure - yet again he has done it his way

Mary Regan: 'Kenny to tell would-be successors - put up or shut up'

Mary Regan: 'Kenny to tell would-be successors - put up or shut up'

How Varadkar and Coveney respond to tonight’s statement could be crucial in the leadership race

Tusla errors may be ‘systemic’ – data watchdog

Tusla errors may be ‘systemic’ – data watchdog

Data Protection Commissioner is to carry out an inspection of how the HSE and Tusla handle sensitive personal information

The treatment of Maurice McCabe has been a failure not of Enda Kenny, but of the state

The treatment of Maurice McCabe has been a failure not of Enda Kenny, but of the state

However, as the man at the top, Kenny is the one who will pay the ultimate price