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Supt Jim Delaney said he and his officers had enacted all of the legislative measures which were open to them

The bridal party and organisers behind the staging of an “illegal” wedding after party in Co Longford which attracted more than 100 guests, have been (...)

Ken and Liz  McCollum in Tipperary: ‘A house we viewed last week has an asking price offer from someone in England who can’t even view it. It’s disheartening.’

Minister for Housing Darragh O’Brien was given approval to publish the Affordable Housing Bill at a Cabinet meeting on Tuesday. Under the Bill’s pro(...)

Several units of uniformed gardaí were drafted in to maintain a ‘watching brief’ at the site of the marquee, in a bid to prevent any unrest from taking place.

More than 100 guests attended a post-wedding celebration in a marquee in Co Longford on Wednesday night despite an earlier court order for the structu(...)

The argument that if Ireland does not produce beef and dairy products, other countries will simply fill the gap with inferior products, leading to extensive “carbon leakage”, is flawed, according to An Taisce. File photograph: iStock

The argument that if Ireland does not produce beef and dairy products, other countries will simply fill the gap with inferior products, leading to ext(...)

Obton and Shannon will begin work on the first of its projects, Horsepasture, near Clonmel, Co Tipperary, in June. File photograph: Getty

Danish energy player Obton and its local partner, Shannon Energy, intend boosting their investment in Irish solar projects to €750 million from an ori(...)

Minister for Justice Helen McEntee is to seek Cabinet approval for the drafting of the legislation. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Significant new powers to investigate corruption and misconduct allegations against Garda officers are to be considered on Tuesday by the Cabinet, whe(...)

 Minister of State  Pippa Hackett has called for a pilot public banking project. File photograph: Julien Behal Photography

A Government junior minister has said it is time to consider a pilot public banking project because of the lack of proper competition in the banking s(...)

John Cameron (86) has written a book about his extraordinary origins, called Boy 11963.

When do you think the first paternity test was proved in Ireland via a blood test in court? Whatever year you come up with, it’s likely to fall well s(...)

Damage to the house outside Strokestown, Co Roscommon, in 2018. Photograph: Peter Murtagh

Two men jailed over their interference with a bank’s lawful takeover of a Co Roscommon farm at the heart of a controversial eviction in 2018 have been(...)

The judge said it is quite disturbing how two gardaí with close to two decades of service were still traumatised by the events. Photograph: Alan Betson

A garda has told a court how he and a colleague had been left in fear of their lives after being told they would be killed during a violent stand-off (...)

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