The construction of two separate Luas lines that did not link up together – or indeed to any other rail service - was one of the most stupid transport policy decisions in recent memory
D’Arcy said the support of the remaining 26 EU states had been crucial in arriving at last week’s deal
While Leo Varadkar was firm on the ‘national question’, a solid Irish team in Brussels kept EU officials engaged with the issues.
There have been complaints from privacy campaigners that the cards are becoming a form of national ID
The issue is causing tension between Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin
"Not the end, but it is the end of the beginning," as Churchill said after the Battle of El Alamein in 1942
Varadkar 'surprised and disappointed' as Theresa May asks for more time following earlier indications of agreement on Irish border text
He is not the type to gloat, but Micheál Martin’s deft handling of the Fitzgerald stand-off has strengthened his hand immensely
Irish Water quietly introduced the new policy in August last year so that the same boundary boxes would be installed in every new house built in the country
The Irish Medical Organisation has been playing hardball in the negotiations for the next phase of the free GP care scheme, for children aged 6-11
Noel Waters brings forward his departure date by three months after stinging criticism of his department's role in the justice controversy
Suddenly, we are standing on the brink of a general election. How on earth did we get here?