Albert Reynolds

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Former taoiseach Albert Reynolds addressing the Bula annual general meeting in Dublin in 2009. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Former Taoiseach Albert Reynolds is in the “very late stages” of Alzheimer’s disease, his son Philip has said. Albert Reynolds (81) was conspicuous by(...)

Albert Reynolds with Dick Spring: Reynolds’s achievements as taoiseach have not been sufficiently recognised.

Occasionally Government whips can engineer standing ovations from their own side in the Dáil for major ministerial announcements. However, spontaneous(...)

Tániste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore TD, former British prime minister John Major and Dick Spring at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in Dublin for the 20th Anniversary of the Downing Street Declaration. Photograph: Sam Boal

Former British prime minister Sir John Major has hailed the document he agreed with Albert Reynolds in 1993 which prepared the ground for the IRA ceas(...)

Walford, Shrewsbury Road, Dublin 4:  €14 million

There was a definite increase in activity on the residential property sales front this year and transaction levels are back where they were three year(...)

Fr Alec Reid praying over the body of one of the murdered soldiers. Photograph: Trevor McBride

At the chapel in the Redemptorist house on Orwell Road in Dublin on Monday morning the provincial superior of the order, Michael Kelleher, in a magnif(...)

The British and Irish governments have had to reassert their roles as co-guarantors of the Belfast Agreement, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore has told the Iri(...)

Noel Davern, who died last weekend aged 67 years, was catapulted into senior ministerial office at a time of political crisis.

Noel Davern, who died last weekend aged 67 years, was catapulted into senior ministerial office at a time of political crisis.It was November 1991 and(...)

Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton is keen to highlight that core weekly welfare payments and child benefit will be protected next year.

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan had promised that people would be “astounded” with all the good news he would announce. Try telling that to young (...)

Taoiseach Seán Lemass with President de Valera in 1969. De Valera had been anxious to ensure the long-term dominance of Fianna Fáil.  Photograph: Paddy Whelan

Does history suggest that a referendum defeat suffered by a government knocks it off course, or has it been the case that, after the wounds were nurse(...)

Bertie Speak, Bord Snip Nua, Circling Shannon, Dubes - you know what these terms all mean, right? Ok, maybe not - in which case the answers are(...)

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