Minister for Finance says brakes should be taken off austerity as UK gears up for Brexit
Man was one of 99 people chosen to examine Eighth amendment
Help-to-buy scheme should see at least 4,000 people buy new homes in 2017, says Minister
Sinn Féin to table legislation to block a €5,000 salary hike for TDs
Move seen as bid to cling on to power while Leo Varadkar praised for Dáil performance
FG Seanad leader Jerry Buttimer refers to call for free vote on abortion motion
Minister hits out at Sinn Féin claims TDs only take industrial wage
Leo’s Leaders’ Questions: FF’s Billy Kelleher says ‘that was a reasonably good first audition’
Independent TD says the facility should not be affected by expansion at Templemore
Sinn Féin TD questions links between heritage site’s manager and retail developer
Green Party leader questions whether policy is interests of children or ‘corporation’
Agriculture Commissioner spells out potential Brexit issues to Oireachtas committee
C&AG says no business case made for scheme, TD labels it ‘unmitigated disaster’
McDonald and Varadkar in sharp Dáil exchanges over €5,400 politician repayment
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union sparked a debate about the future position of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom. We asked for your views, here are some of the responses.
Independent Alliance TD’s maiden speech will come as relief to his constituents
Commissioner in San Diego for conference as senior officers’ union begins work-to-rule
Central Bank says income-tax rebate could encourage people to take on too much debt
Brendan Howlin introduces legislation to regulate ‘rogue crisis pregnancy agencies’
Senator Catherine Noone calls for Seanad debate on childhood obesity
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