Tiernan Brady of Glen, the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Outside the Queen of Tarts café on Cow’s Lane, close to the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (Glen) offices in Temple Bar, Dublin, Tiernan Brady drink(...)

Paschal Donohoe: Under pressure to retain his seat in Dublin Central

The substantial churn of TDs at the last general election saw a number of ministers lose their seats. The biggest ever cull of office-holders conduct(...)

The so-called Rhinelander Mansion on Madison Avenue, which houses the Polo Ralph Lauren store, is reportedly to go on the market.

For such an enthusiastic investor in some of the highest-profile shopping streets in the world, Limerick man Aidan Brooks is a pretty low-key guy. He(...)

Richard Bruton: his department says it will keep the rules “under review” and that they can be adjusted “in either direction” if they are adversely affecting the industry or consumers

After seven years of debate and delay, there is now a three- month scramble on to implement the new grocery regulations governing the relationship bet(...)

Former tánaiste Mary Coughlan. “She sent a very clear message that we cannot leave any stone unturned and to get the maximise vote for Fianna Fáil”

Former tánaiste Mary Coughlan has launched Pat “the Cope” Gallagher’s election campaign. Ms Coughlan, who lost her seat in the 2011 general election,(...)

The Department of Enterprise, Jobs and Innovation has confirmed the grocery regulations, drafted over concerns big grocery chains were being heavy-handed with suppliers, are about to be be signed by Richard Bruton. Photograph: Chris Bellew / Fennell Photography

The Government is set to expedite the introduction of new regulations governing relationships between supermarkets and suppliers before the election.(...)

The garage band – it’s a phrase that captures the intense, home-grown yearning of young aspiring musicians who want to be recognised by the 1980s musi(...)

The use of Fás’s credit card to pay over $900 for a three-ball golf match at the Grand Cypress Resort in Orlando was defended as “developing relationships”. Photograph: Getty Images

If there was a moment which crystallised public outrage over State officials’ sense of entitlement and disregard for taxpayers’ money, it came on the (...)

Singer Mary Coughlan and Róisín Ingle.

“Truth is very powerful . . . there’s a great freedom in being truthful about everything.” On this week’s podcast, Róisín meets Mary Coughlan, a singe(...)

Former tánaiste Mary Coughlan. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Former tánaiste Mary Coughlan has admitted that nobody in government raised concerns about the supervision of banks before September 2008. Ms Coughla(...)