Ash trees in open spaces around the country are likely to die over the coming years
September budget under discussion as Government faces pressure from Opposition over growing cost-of-living crisis
Former minister for children launches guide for parents of young LGBTQIA+ people
Alan Ahearne says Ireland made a spectacular recovery after Covid but many economic uncertainties lie ahead
Dublin office space comprises the bulk of the bill with 29 premises having annual rental bills of over €1 million
Minister for Integration Roderic O’Gorman says first units will open in November
Sinn Féin's Pearse Doherty says a cash payment for lower earners, social welfare increases, a month's free rent, and cuts in the price of fuel will form part of the package.
Cabinet told that there is an overabundance of supply of vaccines throughout the world
A confidential document circulated to Fine Gael TDs and Senators emphasises the party's aims of achieving income tax cuts in next October's Budget.
A recent report suggests that as many as a third of first-time house buyers don't need the grant to meet their deposit.
A lawyer representing the Ballymurphy 10 says proposed law will “row back” legal progress in the North
New committee will seek to increase number of services available through Irish
Unilateral moves by the UK on the Northern Ireland protocol and on the Bill of Rights shows its intention is for complete breaking of ties
UK government accused of ‘reneging’ on its commitment to the North’s peace process
Pay restoration is grounded in law but that won’t stop Government from facing political backlash