Minister for Culture Josepha Madigan said the result represented ‘groundswell of compassion’ in Irish society, with other recent referendum results. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The constitutional referendum on divorce passed in the early hours of Sunday morning with 82.07 per cent support, one of the largest margins of victor(...)

It is thought that most staff who have been given packages have seen them limited to statutory redundancy. Photograph: iStock

Staff at The Times Ireland edition will not be entitled to redundancy pay unless they have worked for the company for more than two years. Three sou(...)

The newspaper was initially launched in September 2015 as a digital-only product. Photograph: iStock

Most of the editorial staff at the Times Ireland edition will be made redundant as the title moves ahead with a major reorganisation. Just three staf(...)

In 2016, Ulster Bank was fined €3.3 million for breaches of the Money-laundering and Terrorist Financing Act. Photograph: iStock

Irish banks, as well as those overseas, are subject to strict rules designed to curb the use of the financial system by those suspected of criminal or(...)

The VAT gap – the difference between the amount the European Commission expects to take in and what member states actually bring in – is €147.2 billion. Photograph: iStock

The files at the centre of this investigation relate to police and tax authority investigations in several countries, including Italy, Denmark and Ger(...)

The Correctiv files show that Carbon Warehouse  set up an Irish subsidiary, Carbon Warehouse Limited. Its office was in a nondescript building on North Strand Road, Dublin 3. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish banks and shell companies were used in transactions worth millions of euro involving companies and individuals under investigation for tax fraud(...)

A pair of baby shoes with the message ‘Bury us with dignity’ hangs on a wall at the site of the Tuam mother-and-baby home. Photograph: Andy Newman

An expert working for the order of nuns which ran the Tuam mother-and-baby home in Co Galway argued in January this year that the underground structur(...)

John Delaney, right, and FAI president Donal Conway. Photograph:  Stephen McCarthy/Sportsfile

“Time,” says one Irish football figure of John Delaney “is his friend on this.” However, as the hours and minutes tick down to the FAI’s appearance in(...)

Statistics show that Ireland is undergoing a historic shift in its traditional pattern of home ownership.

Like a lot of Irish people her age, Elizabeth feels trapped. “The help-to-buy scheme is no good to me because the cost of new builds is so astronomic(...)

Tusla has voiced concerns over the slow progress of an investigation into a protected disclosure. File photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The board of child protection agency Tusla has voiced concerns over the slow progress of an investigation into a protected disclosure made to the orga(...)

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