Apple chief executive Tim Cook speaking at the Philosophical Society in  Trinity College Dublin last week. Photograph: Eric Luke

Marriage equality is set to attract more investment into Ireland, Apple chief executive Tim Cook has told the Sunday Independent. “It will lead to man(...)

A screengrab showing a tweet from Independent TD Mick Wallace which has promted an angry reaction on social media.

Independent TD Mick Wallace has insisted he does not regret sending a controversial tweet about the Paris attacks. Mr Wallace has been criticised heav(...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny: He said he would like to find out who was responsible for leaving a 91-year-old man on a trolley for so long.  Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

It must be difficult for the Taoiseach when Michael Noonan is around. Does his Minister for Finance say, “I told you so” every time they bump into eac(...)

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams: his party  was one of the first out of the blocks this week to announce it was signing up to Right2Change

What is the left-wing alliance announced this week? A number of organisations and individuals involved in the anti-water charges movement, which op(...)

Mick Wallace: “I don’t know how I’m going to deal with it yet, but I’ll need legal advice first before I decide what to do”

Independent TD Mick Wallace has said he is taking legal advice after receiving a loan repayment demand for up to €2 million from Cerberus, the Unit(...)

Joan believes Enda is referring to the date of the general election. But then again, Joan is a martyr to the prolixity. It’s no surprise that these discussions go on for some time.  Photograph:

Joan Burton had a long conversation with Enda Kenny. “Next year,” said the Taoiseach as they parted. It seems they’ve had quite a few of these long ch(...)

Screengrab from Tughans’ website
The new pink

Tughans, the Belfast law firm at the centre of the Project Eagle/Cerberus shenanigans currently being played out in the North and in Dublin, has revam(...)

Walking: Nama chairman Frank Daly and Brendan McDonagh, chief executive arriving at the Public Accounts Committee, (PAC) in Leinster House earlier this year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Try as it might, the National Asset Management Agency cannot wash its hands of the controversy surrounding the €1.6 billion (£1.2 billion) sale of its(...)

Nama chairman  Frank Daly:   the loan sales process was well-managed and competitive

The National Asset Management Agency’s chairman Frank Daly has accused Wexford TD Mick Wallace of a “serious misrepresentation of the facts” in relati(...)

Nama chief executive Brendan McDonagh addresses the Public Accounts Committee.

Chairman of the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) Frank Daly has told the Public Accounts Committee he rejected any allegation that the sale of(...)