Taoiseach Enda Kenny has pledged to retain the Bike To Work scheme, which is now allowing people to buy a second bike tax-free.
Fine Gael and Labour are still at loggerheads about collective bargaining despite a pledge by Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore to deliver the legislation by Easter.
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter got a senior official to dismiss a garda whistleblower's allegations of improper cancellation of penalty points.
Librarians have insisted that a new pilot project for ''staffless libraries will not put their profession under threat.
Thirty years ago, Michael Noonan was the Justice Minister and Alan Shatter and Enda Kenny were on the backbenches when they were at the centre of another controversy about alleged Garda bugging.
Minister for Justice Alan Shatter is facing Dail censure if he does not withdraw his claim that Garda whistleblowers had not cooperated with the garda investigation into penalty points.
The 6,000 people currently benefiting from the scheme will still receive their payments
A legal battle is looming over the rights of walkers to have 24-hour access to the state's grandest 18th century house.
Eoin Holmes freely admits that his party had a ''shite result in the Meath East by-election campaign last year.
A new website which will allow small businesses to tap into €800 million worth of research projects being worked on by universities is to be launched.