News of Mike Quinn's departure came after the Government’s surprise decision to change the structure of Ervia, which is responsible for the state’s gas and water networks
Rather than evacuating in the face of overwhelming odds, Conservative Party MPs still seem determined to fight the EU on the beaches
As a bitter reward for extending the confidence and supply deal, Micheál Martin could suffer a similar fate to Alan Dukes 30 years ago
The absence of certain features from the hospital has been cited as one of the reasons why its budget has almost trebled from €637 million to €1.7 billion
A Fianna Fáil TD has said that the building firm behind the National Children’s Hospital was 'renowned for [its] ability to claim extra on original tender prices'
The Supreme Court ruled last year that a 76-year-old rapist was entitled to get his state contributory pension while he was in jail. It granted him €10,000 in damages
Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy set a deadline for transferring thousands of council water service workers into Irish Water by the end of next month
Over half of voters believe government’s no-deal preparations are inadequate
Revenue used to focus on around 330 'high net wealth individuals' with assets of over €50 million. But it has set up a new unit to investigate the tax records of people with wealth of over €500,000
There will be relief in Fine Gael that the party’s support level is down by just two points to 32 per cent after a rocky period in office
Councils are to be given Revenue-style powers to impose daily penalties on the business 'freeload...
Port is linked to Fishguard by 19th century joint venture established by British parliament
Mortgage campaigner David Hall is considering a run for the Seanad, The Sunday Business Post has ...