Micheál Martin told RTÉ he would not pay the slightest heed to 'megaphone pressure' from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and his Fine Gael ministers to sign a quick extension of the confidence and supply deal
Unions have been lobbying for the bill to pass as soon as possible because it will ban zero-hours contracts and provide more protection for workers on low-hour contracts
The government is concerned about the number of households where nobody is working because of the high levels of poverty and deprivation this causes, particularly for children
The Dáil will vote this Wednesday on Theresa May’s Brexit draft withdrawal agreement - which has drawn near-unanimous cross-party disapproval in her own country. Meanwhile, in Varadkar’s cabinet, the reality of a potential no-deal Brexit is hitting home
Stanton cites ‘community gain’ for residents of four rural towns earmarked for centres
An independent expert review has found that some hospitals allow a 'grace' period of up to ten days before a delayed discharge is recorded
The closure of a leafy level crossing in south Dublin has some locals up in arms – and bending ears at the highest levels of government
A Fianna Fáil councillor has been blocked from getting a small building loan despite having €4...
IALPA dossier calls on officials to deal with status of Ryanair’s contractor pilots
Unions are putting pressure on Fianna Fáil to drop a plan to fine employers involved in bogus se...