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Limited-edition cans mark the 120th anniversary of artist John Gilroy

There will be plenty of glasses raised this week as Guinness marks 200 years since it first started shipping the black stuff to the US. In another b(...)

Michael Healy-Rae: “I’ve been in B29 since February of 2011 and that’s where I’ll stay until somebody tells me I have to leave. But no somebody from Fianna Fáil is going to do it.” Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

It’s been two months since the Government was formed but deputies are still unable to vote electronically due to a dispute over seating arrangements. (...)

Brendan Howlin: the  Wexford TD has become the 12th leader of the Labour Party. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Brendan Howlin has defended the Labour Party’s decision not to facilitate a leadership election as he was appointed new leader. The former minister f(...)

Members of Labour’s parliamentary party - minus Alan Kelly - at a press conference in Dublin on Friday to announce the appointment of Brendan Howlin as party leader.

Alan Kelly is not considering leaving the Labour Party despite failing to attend a press conference announcing their new leader. Mr Kelly had wished (...)

Billy Kelleher of Fianna Fáil who was  elected at Cork North Central. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision.

The four seats of Cork North-Central have been filled with Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and the Anti-Austerity Alliance-People Before Profit each(...)

Glór music centre in Ennis, Co Clare, is one of Des McMahon’s designs. Photograph: Frank Miller

Architect Des McMahon continually places emphasis on community and social democracy when discussing his work. His inclusive nature starts with the J(...)

John Gilroy: “The most important thing is that we hold on to the seat and a Minister is best placed to do that.”

Labour Senator John Gilroy confirmed that he will not contest the next general election. He said he would be stepping aside from the Cork North Centr(...)

Senator James Heffernan: “I would like to see a common policy platform out forward by like-minded independent people . . . “

A Senator who claims he was “evicted” by the Labour Party from his office in Leinster House, after voting against the government on a number of import(...)

Sen Ronan Mullen: said some babies diagnosed with fatal foetal abnormalities went on to live for months and even years. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

There were heated exchanges in the Seanad when Independent Ronan Mullen criticised the abortion Bill defeated in the Dáil on Tuesday.The Bill, introdu(...)

Prof John Crown: spoke of number of people he knew who had died through self-harm. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Independent Senator Prof John Crown said he personally knew of 14 people who had died through self-harm.“These included a few nurses, medical student(...)

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