Early-term abortion has arrived in Ireland as a criminal option delivered through the letterbox
The cross-city Luas is barely launched - and very expensive proposals have already emerged to alter it
Exactly what kind of joined-up thinking went into spending €368 million on a tramline joining up St Stephen’s Green to Broombridge?
There is no right or wrong where there is genuine quality in architecture
We seem to be edging towards a new multilateral Cold War, led largely by a man who seems to spend his evenings in bed watching Fox News
Turning a vote to repeal the Eighth Amendment into a vote to endorse the 12-week on-demand regime could be an unforced political error
The Constitution is our supreme law. It cannot deal with very complex issues without extensive interpretation.
Jacob Rees-Mogg and his hard-Brexit fellow travellers are likely, in the end, to find themselves outwitted by more pragmatic Tories and big business
If the attendees of Davos don’t do something about wealth inequality, their lofty ideas will be a waste of time
Davos is fake; Dublin is real. A real republic is the servant of all and the master of none
Leo Varadkar was perfectly right to visit Hungarian premier Viktor Orban in Budapest recently
Trump has an appetite for war. He has motive, means and opportunity. It is the only way that he can prove in his own mind to the world that America is being made great again
Dublin must keep its eye on the real issues
The new reality we now face requires us to pursue a very nuanced foreign policy with all our neighbours