Alex White, Minister for Communications, Energy and Natural Resources: he was presented with the 2015 annual report which was launched on Wednesday

Eirgrid has reported pretax profits of €40.7 million for 2015 and has proposed a €3.5 million dividend to the exchequer. The State-owned energy prov(...)

Builder Johnny O’Loughlin purchased 50 Mount Pleasant Avenue Lower in 2010 for €400,000, when the house was “in very bad shape – the walls had a tide(...)

A teenage boy has been spared a custodial sentence for taking part in violence during a Jobstown anti-water charges protest in 2014.

A teenage boy has been spared a custodial sentence for taking part in violence during a Jobstown anti-water charges protest in 2014, during which Labo(...)

Affordability means being able to live in a suitable home for your needs and being able to sustain rent or mortgage payments should your circumstances change.  Photo: Laura Hutton/

There has been a lot of emphasis recently put on the supply of housing, particularly in our cities, but emphasis has to be on the supply of affordable(...)

Anti-Austerity Alliance TD Paul Murphy pictured with fellow protestors at a press conference following the summonses they received after the Jobstown anti-water charges protest. Photograph: Dave Meehan

A 17-year-old boy charged with false imprisonment of Tánaiste Joan Burton will go on trial after he completes his Leaving Cert exams. The secondary s(...)

Flowers and messages at the scene of the stabbing of Lorcan O’Reilly at the Oliver Bond Street flat complex in Dublin last November. Photograph: Collins

A 15-year-old boy charged with the murder of Lorcan O’Reilly, who died following a fatal stabbing in Dublin last Halloween, has been remanded on bail (...)

Fr Scully House on Gardiner Street, near Mountjoy Square, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Residents of a State-funded senior citizens’ complex in Dublin face a 26 per cent rise in the rent charged by the Catholic housing body that owns the (...)

Stop button: The evidence suggests that many of us are leaving too much money in the hands of Revenue in the form of unclaimed tax credits

If you feel like you paid too much tax last year, you are not the only one. Yes, 2015 was another year when the personal tax burden was high. And whi(...)

Judge John O Connor  struck out the case, sparing the boy a possible sentence and criminal record.

Most problems in cases at the Dublin Children’s Court are caused by drugs, particularly cannabis, a judge has said. Judge John O’Connor’s comment cam(...)

Tánaiste Joan Burton was allegedly trapped in a ministerial car following a graduation ceremony in November 2014. Photograph: Leah Farrell/

Two teenage boys have pleaded guilty to taking part in violence during the Jobstown water protest in Dublin in 2014. Their sentencing has been adjour(...)