International Energy Agency wants ‘to get country back on track for long-term targets’
Deal will see outstanding concerns addressed as part of any new pay review mechanism
Former teacher Joe McHugh is popular with educators – but is he too close for comfort?
Media firm wants alternative to BAI and for online advertising regime to stay unchanged
Smart Money: We need to cut emissions and avoid big fines – but politicians are nervous
Report calls for laws to set more ambitious climate and renewable electricity targets
People Before Profit says there was every risk carbon taxes would become the only tool deployed to address carbon emissions
Minister for Communications Richard Bruton says Ministers will not meet Easter timeline outlined by Varadkar
Tesco reports as does Delta plus economic indicators and meetings
Instagram helps politicians present a more rounded image. How are they getting on?
The introduction of the long-promised measure had been scheduled for September
More than 50 high-power ESB charging hubs will be installed all over Ireland
Calls for McGrath to resign after claiming drink-driving checks were ‘over the top’
Richard Bruton says there are strong calls for a change in the way the exams are structured
Minister Richard Bruton signals imminent decision amid speculation over €3bn cost
Despite all the handwringing, Irish voters are oddly reluctant to back Green initiatives
Along with a one-hour switch-off on Saturday, households are asked to take up an extra good habit
Government-funded pilot project is model for national programme to retrofit schools
Last-minute amendment agreed to support those on low income before taxes imposed
Students tell Oireachtas Committee on Climate Action to ‘stop taking baby steps’
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