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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(...)

Seventy per cent of primary school principals surveyed reported mental health issues. File photograph: Laurent Gillieron/ EPA

The vast majority of primary schools in Ireland have experienced an increase in the number of students with additional educational needs but say the r(...)

Northern Ireland  has fallen further behind the rest of the UK since the 1998 peace accord, which many believed would bring an economic dividend.  Photograph Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images

The level of subvention Northern Ireland receives from the UK exchequer has become, like so many things in the North, politicised. It is regularly – a(...)

The report calls for an independent body – “ideally the EPA” – to establish and implement a robust monitoring framework to assess the environmental impacts of food production at farm, catchment and national level.

Ireland’s proposed 2030 agri-food strategy is out of line with the Government’s economy-wide emissions reduction targets for the next decade, accordin(...)

‘He can be alright sometimes, my old man.’

They’re porked the whole length of Brighton Road – we’re talking BMW X5s of every colour. You’d never know there was, like, a global pandemic on? The(...)

 The  Tullamore pop up Covid-19 test centre. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

One further death from Covid-19 has been reported on Friday evening, along with 434 new cases of the virus. There have now been a total of 4,867 Covi(...)

Younger farmers are driving the market in Leinster, but agents there caution that some sellers are seeking unrealistic prices. Photograph: iStock

Farmland prices could rise 4 per cent this year despite pandemic uncertainties, a report published on Tuesday said. State agriculture development aut(...)

Leinster hurling championship games will be played at neutral venues this summer – but not necessarily Croke Park. Photographer: Laszlo Geczo

The GAA are facing into a week of negotiations with their media partners so that they can thrash out television schedules before the 2021 games progra(...)

Tullamore in Co Offaly is continuing to report the highest incidence rate of Covid-19 in the country. File photograph: Daniel Leal-Olivas/AFP via Getty Images

Tullamore in Co Offaly is continuing to report the highest incidence rate of Covid-19 in the country, with the town’s incidence rate more than three t(...)

Minister for Climate Eamon Ryan: ‘Now is the time to go offshore at scale and at speed.’

Developing wind energy onshore will be critical to meeting Ireland’s climate targets, and result in an additional 4,000 megawatts of power while emplo(...)

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