Taoiseach says Ceann Comhairle’s sub judice ruling preventing debate irreversible

Taoiseach Enda Kenny in the Dáil. File image: Oireachtas screengrab.

Taoiseach accuses Adams of ‘economic ballyhoo’ in sharp exchanges

Michael Fitzmaurice: “Statistics I received in the past week indicate 8 per cent of people who work in the public service are in receipt of family income supplement’’

Independent TD Michael Fitzmaurice says middle Ireland hit by levies and USC

Simon Harris: a key to any discussions on the Greek debt programme will be the issue of debt sustainability

Result of Greek election raised by Independent Senator Paul Bradford

Ruth Coppinger: “Rather than showing solidarity over the years with the other bullied pupils in the troika classroom they joined in their mockery, with even the Minister for Finance making snide remarks about feta cheese two years ago.

Socialist Party TD Ruth Coppinger claims Government creating distance with Greece

 Minister for Justice  Frances Fitzgerald and  Garda Commissioner Noirín O Sullivan. A senior Garda is investigating  a claim that gardaí and the HSE failed to respond to a reported assault on a woman. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

Minister for Justice tells Dáil senior Garda reviewing case after victim was in contact

End Kenny has confirmed no decision has been made about the offer for the sale of the national airline in the wake of the offer from IAG  which owns British Airways, along with Spanish airlines Iberia and Vueling. Photograph: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg

Fianna Fáil and Sinn Féin leaders advise against sale for jobs and connectivity

“It is a load of nonsense and, frankly, more irritating than anything else,” says Independent TD Michael Lowry. Photograph: Brian Arthur/Press 22

Independent TD responds to reappointment controversy

Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has said any protests outside his Dublin home were “unacceptable” and a matter for An Garda Síochána. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times.

IASS group warn ‘similar activities’ will continue until pension issue resolved

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