Who will be Sinn Féin's candidate? And who else will be facing Michael D Higgins in October?
James Clancy was hit and killed by a truck in Tullamore almost 31 years ago. Files went missing, no one was ever charged, and his family are still looking for answers
A working group established by the new Lord Mayor of Dublin, Nial Ring, has visited the site of the last remaining laundry, on Sean McDermott Street in central Dublin
A judge has ruled that two siblings should be left with their current foster carers until their mother’s mental health stabilises, despite their parents’ fears of one of them losing their cultural heritage
The clinical auditing of cervical smear tests has been suspended pending a recommendation by the ...
If there is a secret deal between the government and Michael Lowry, the kind that Varadkar set himself against, then the public has a right to know
Facebook is refusing to release a database of all ads and how much was paid for them by both side...
The government has sought to speed up the passage of the Public Sector Standards Bill, which was drafted in response to the Mahon Tribunal recommendations
Almost 4,000 people have signed an online petition calling on the Vatican to change its language ...
‘I had a theory that if there is something difficult, do it first, you can do the easy things afterwards’
Exactly 25 years ago today homosexuality was decriminalised in Ireland. Here the woman instrumental in that change, former minister for justice Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, describes how she took up the mantle just days into her new job