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Doctors at the Mater Hospital in Dublin yesterday. Under the reworked deal, their nursing colleagues will keep their premium payments for Sunday work. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The indications given yesterday by Minister of State Brian Hayes that the Government may not secure €300 million in savings it was seeking this(...)

Minister of State Brian Hayes has given the Government’s first public indication that it may not generate €300 million in savings on the public service pay and pensions bill this year under talks on a revision to the Croke Park II deal.

Talks on a revised public sector pay agreement at the Labour Relations Commission later today amid fresh doubts over the Government’s savings t(...)

Minister of State Brian Hayes said the Government’s target of achieving €300 million in savings on the public service pay and pensions bill this year was still an ambition.    Photograph : Matt Kavanagh/The Irish Times

Minister of State Brian Hayes has given the Government’s first public indication that it may not generate €300 million in savings on the public(...)

The Dáil chamber. “Our parliament could do with an injection of vitality.” Photograph: Alan Betson

Ireland is now one of the few parliamentary democracies in which members of parliament are not allowed free votes on issues of conscience. It’s(...)

The European Parliament in Brussels: Ireland’s 12 MEPs had on average an 83 per cent attendance rate at European Parliament plenary sessions, a drop of 2 per cent from 2011, which places Ireland 19th out of the 27 EU countries, a report by the European Movement Ireland shows.

Irish MEPs attended the European Parliament on average less last year than they did in 2011, made far fewer speeches and submi(...)

Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (centre), with Jimmy Deenihan (left) and Shane Mac Thomais at a grave in Glasnevin cemetery. Photograph: Alan Betson

Britain’s Prince Edward, the Duke of Kent, visited Glasnevin cemetery yesterday where he laid wreaths at the Sigerson Memorial to the volunteer(...)

Labour Minister Joan Burton:  said at the weekend she believed that Ireland had “reached its limits of austerity” and that ordinary people were “shouldering too much of the burden”. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Government intends to make a major concession to middle-income taxpayers in the October budget as part of a strategy to de(...)

Minister of State Brian Hayes: “It would be a crazy circumstance if people were being forced out of the workforce to keep up payments.” Photograph:  Dara Mac Donaill

A number of senior figures in the Coalition yesterday moved to reassure families struggling with unaffordable mortgage debt th(...)

Brian Hayes FG at Leinster House yesterday. PHOTOGRAPH - FRANK MILLER 31.1.01

The State is to begin disposing of Garda stations that have been closed since the rationalisation of the network began in 2011, with the first (...)

The Government are urging people to avoid excessive drinking during St Patrick’s Day festivities. Photograph Johnny Green/PA Wire

Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs Eamon Gilmore has appealed to people to avoid the excessive drinking that sometimes mars St Patrick’s(...)

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