Speaking during leaders questions, Mary Lou McDonald, TD asks the Taoiseach to intervene on behalf of Longboat Quay residents and have developer Bernard McNamara pay the €4m fire safety bill.
Speaking in Brussels ahead of a meeting for EU leaders, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny, expresses sympathy with migrants and draws comparisons to Ireland's history. Video: EU Council
Labour up, Sinn Féin down: Irish Times Political Editor Stephen Collins reports on the results of the latest Irish Times Poll. Video: Bryan O'Brien
Micheál Martin, TD labels the government as 'contemptuous' over the scheduling of proceedings.
Sinn Fein’s Gerry Adams in conversation with The Irish Times Fiach Kelly covering everything from the Fennelly Report, Sinn Fein’s alternative budget and relations in the North of Ireland.
Enda Kenny has revealed that Stormont executive will not sit for September to 'settle down and focus' on the ongoing issue of IRA status.
Speaking at the launch for Renua Ireland's plan on tackling white-collar crime, Lucinda Creighton said that Bankers who recklessly lend money to people should face jail.
The Fine Gael and Labour leaders at the time of the banking bailout were present at the banking inquiry to defend their own policies at the time. The exchanges were heated and information forthcoming, sparse.
Former Taoiseach Bertie Ahern spent over four hours answering questions in front of the banking inquiry. Here are some of the headline grabbing quotes from his evidence.
Bertie gives a good defence of his Taoiseach years in the banking inquiry under tough questioning by Pearse Doherty and others.
Fiach Kelly and Stephen Collins look back on the Dáil year and some of the key events and their political impact. They also look to the next election and weigh up the pros and cons of 2015 and 2015 dates.
Mick Wallace TD has claimed a construction company made two cash payments to exit National Asset Management Agency.
A new party called the Social Democrats has been launched by three prominent Independent TDs: Catherine Murphy from Kildare North, Wicklow’s Stephen Donnelly and Róisín Shortall who represents Dublin North West. Mary Minihan reports.
There were heated exchanges in the Dáil in a row over lone parent welfare cuts and comments by Labour chief whip Emmet Stagg in an email criticising the cut introduced by his party leader, Tánaiste Joan Burton.
Catherine Byrne spoke emotionally about why she supports changes to the lone parent payment scheme. In a wide ranging speech the Dublin South Central TD touched on subjects as varied as waste disposal, holidays and alcohol consumption.
Party leaders pay their respects to the six Irish students who died in Berkeley before the house stands for a moment of silence.
Pearse Doherty told the Dáil that Denis O'Brien had a €315 million loan extended by IRBC in late 2013.
An Taoiseach Enda Kenny broke his silence on the IBRC controversies.
Tánaiste Joan Burton launched #TalkToJoan in Dublin, an online forum encouraging members of the public to engage with policies. The Tánaiste also talked about her hope for a continued Siteserv investigations.
Remarks by Catherine Murphy on Siteserv, Denis O'Brien and IRBC.
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