Climate change has become an issue on the doorsteps in the local elections, while independents look set to poll strongly
Irish Water is to put businesses into four different categories, ranging from small office users to large users like Intel. It will replace the current system where there are more than 500 different tariffs in place
Fianna Fáil children’s spokeswoman Anne Rabbitte said the estimated €13 million cost of excavating the Tuam site could not be justified when the money could be spent helping the children of today
The poll ratings give Fine Gael a strong chance of retaining two seats in the five-seater Ireland South constituency, where sitting MEPs Deirdre Clune and Seán Kelly are running with Minister of State Andrew Doyle
Fianna Fáil, which has been critical of Fine Gael’s oversight of the project and its deferral of a review of the property tax, has seen its support drop by two points
Tomás Ó Siocháin of the Western Development Commission wants to attract young workers to the region
The postponement of Britain’s departure from the EU means Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil can breathe easily for a while
The experts overseeing the National Children’s Hospital fiasco costs were ‘95 per cent certain’ it would come in on budget, an explosive new report by PwC has revealed
The National Children’s Hospital project has been left exposed to a ‘significant risk’ by t...
A new report into a controversial job activation scheme for 213,000 long-term unemployed people h...
Dr Masoud Eslami suggests US ‘pressure’ may be influencing Irish-Iranian trade relations
The government is looking to solve the ‘split incentive’ dilemma that is discouraging landlor...