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Fennelly advised AG that he knew official whose advice was ignored

Fennelly advised AG that he knew official whose advice was ignored

The retired judge revealed he was acquainted with Ruth Fitzgerald

Last call for drink-in season as thinking gets serious

Last call for drink-in season as thinking gets serious

Last Post: think-in season, Catherine Noone's dietician trouble, and Paddy Burke's driver

EXCLUSIVE: Business and farmers to gain in budget as FG/Lab rise in polls

EXCLUSIVE: Business and farmers to gain in budget as FG/Lab rise in polls

Poll gains increase pressure for early election

Fintan is wrong on public spending

Fintan is wrong on public spending

The common view that Ireland underspends on public services is just not true

Red C poll: Fine Gael contemplates a November poll, Labour wants it later

Red C poll: Fine Gael contemplates a November poll, Labour wants it later

While both parties will be heartened by today’s Red C figures, they would be wise not to get carried away

Inquiry took away our comfort blanket

Inquiry took away our comfort blanket

The guarantee was planned in advance, the ECB intimidated us, but really we had only ourselves to blame

Irish Water researching why people won’t pay

Irish Water researching why people won’t pay

Company is carrying out door-to-door inquiries to find out why less than half have settled

Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Disaffection with coalition may trump a recovery

Disaffection with coalition may trump a recovery

The coalition parties hope that the budget will save their bacon. They overestimate its impact

That old chestnut: it’s the economy, stupid

That old chestnut: it’s the economy, stupid

The coalition parties will be happy with a recovering economy and the chance to put some cash in the voters’ pockets in Budget 2016

Living wage puts pressure on pub trade

Living wage puts pressure on pub trade

British initiative harmful, says Wetherspoons boss

Was the ECB Ireland’s ally or enemy in the crisis?

Was the ECB Ireland’s ally or enemy in the crisis?

This year has seen a steady decline in Sinn Féin support

This year has seen a steady decline in Sinn Féin support

With the election fast approaching and a recovering economy, Fine Gael and Labour will hope to see voters return

Fine Gael: Better the devil you know

Fine Gael: Better the devil you know

Fine Gael's slogan is about securing the recovery. Enda Kenny must convince his party their seats are too

Banking inquiry chair an ‘Irish Sir Humphrey’

Banking inquiry chair an ‘Irish Sir Humphrey’