DUP’s decision to run two candidates unlikely to hurt UUP
FG Senator Paul Coghlan described as ‘Lazarus’ by party colleagues after recovery
Parties agree people who have not paid Irish Water charges will be pursued
Amount in water bills collected to date estimated at just over half of what was due
Analysis: Kenny spent 60 days stuck between an election and giving in on Irish Water
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael are out to avoid water damage and insulate their careers
FG Senator Catherine Noone re-elected on 25th count, FF’s Cllr Catherine Ardagh also in
Micheál Martin says FF position is that those who have not paid charges should be pursued
Difficulties of reaching deal nothing compared to what comes next
Minister for Finance warns figure might vary depending on number of economic factors
Party says ‘fully costed’ assembly manifesto will deliver 50,000 jobs in Northern Ireland
Minister attacks proposed Fine Gael-Fianna Fáil deal on Irish Water during Dáil debate
Analysis: Party’s drift into political terrain occupied by Sinn Féin and hard left did yield a prize
TCD student leader Lynn Ruane and Alice-Mary Higgins, daughter of President, elected
House scheduled to debate Irish Water later today but no vote
Airing of findings may be ‘somewhat troublesome’ for Government, ex-minister says
Could a biblical solution help Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael to buy time – and form a government?
Independent senator elected on first count after receiving 4070 votes
Commission also finds ‘no evidence’ of corruption on part of ex-garda chief Martin Callinan
Inside Politics: Negotiation difficulties show ‘grand coalition’ would not have worked
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