A government-backed housing agency has warned house hunters not to ''make fools of themselves by paying too much for a house in the capital.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny is set to face further questions in the Dáil this week about Donegal businessman John McNulty.
At least 165,000 householders face charges this week for drinking water that contains excessive levels of dangerous chemicals.
Tanaiste Joan Burton has begun the process of managing expectations ahead of next month's Budget.
Love/Hate goes inside to show prison as it really is Prison Service chief Donnellan promises more openness
The head of the Irish Prison Service has said that he believes the next series of Love/Hate will give the public an ''insight into prison life.
Political parties will be allowed to hide corporate donations received at local golf classics and dinner dances.
Despite the renewed controversy over abortion, few TDs have the appetite for another referendum, writes Michael Brennan.
The government has rejected a plan by the Revenue Commissioners to recover an extra €100 million per year from tax evaders.