Merkel’s visit here is a significant moment because, despite being in the twilight of her political career, she retains enormous influence at the top of the EU
Despite its unimpressive response to the crises in both sectors, Fine Gael is still able to count on the support of roughly three in ten voters
Publicans have reported that they are seeing a “marked reluctance” by students to work beyond a given number of hours in case they lose some or all of their student maintenance grants of up to €3,025 per year
Independent Alliance minister Finian McGrath has said that he voted against his colleague Shane R...
Legislation to tackle ‘compo culture’ will be joined by new Garda structure to tackle fraudulent claims
Clonakilty Park Hotel general manager David Henry said the hiking of its insurance premium from €62,000 last year to a proposed premium of €108,000 this year was totally unjustified
The report card on the minority government, which is now approaching its third year in office, shows widespread voter dissatisfaction in key areas
New legislation will compel insurance firms to disclose claims, claim amounts, and reasons for settlement to combat spiralling premiums
The party had risen by five points to 18 per cent in last month’s poll after sustained media coverage of its motion of no confidence in Minister for Health Simon Harris
The HSE did not reveal how long people had been left waiting for the delivery of their incontinence pads
A carbon tax in the next budget is going to be a political challenge as Varadkar is met with opposition from Sinn Féin, People Before Profit and the Irish Farmers’ Association
Shopkeepers have been warned about a new insurance scam whereby gangs goad them into making an ac...