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First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Michelle O’Neill during a coronavirus briefing at Parliament Buildings, Stormont, Belfast, on Friday. Photograph: PA

A forum to advise the Northern Executive on how to deal with the coronavirus emergency is to be formed over the weekend, it was announced on Friday am(...)

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris wrote a memo in response to recent criticism from the Garda Representative Association. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell

Garda Commissioner Drew Harris has rejected claims made by the Garda Representative Association (GRA) that the force’s armed response capability was a(...)

Members of the Emergency Response Unit training in Dublin in 2018. Photograph: Colin Keegan/Collins Dublin.

The Garda Representative Association (GRA) has raised serious concerns about the resources, training and equipment available to the Emergency Response(...)

A street trader at the 1916  site on Moore Street, Dublin, during the anniversary year of 2016. File photograph: Aidan Crawley/The Irish Times

The redevelopment of the Moore Street area of Dublin and the creation of a “new quarter” in the north inner city has taken a step closer with the appo(...)

The Long Stone Pub on Townsend Street, in Dublin city centre. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A dispute over a publican’s alleged unlawful occupation of the Long Stone pub in Dublin’s city centre could delay the planned sale and redevelopment o(...)

Judge Jaqueline Linnane heard people from South America and Eastern Europe are  living in dangerous, unhealthy and cramped conditions at The Pines (above),  at Lehaunstown, Cabinteely, and that the property   was being rented by owner Richard Stanley to a man called Christian Carter. File photograph: Bryan O’Brien/The Irish Times

Dozens of occupants, who are unlawfully being rented accommodation in an “unauthorised hostel,” will have to leave the premises by next Wednesday foll(...)

The President of the Garda Representative Association Ciaran O’Neill says that they are ‘ruling nothing out’ in terms of industrial action

The payment of incremental pay rises for public service staff will be confined to members of unions and representative groups that are inside the Lans(...)

Image showing extensive “keying” of a car outside the Wexford count centre. Photograph: Tim O’Brien/The Irish Times

A Senator and vote-counters at the Wexford general election count centre are among victims of an apparently random attack on cars parked near the cent(...)

Topaz has more than 2,000 employees and close to 35 per cent of the consumer market in Ireland

The sale of fuel chain Topaz to the Canadian retailer Alimentation Couche-Tard has been completed with Niall Anderton named as the Irish company’s new(...)

Competition is less intense than it was last year, when more than 23,000 applied to secure one of the 550 places that were then on offer. Photograph: The Irish Times

Nearly 17,000 people have applied for 600 vacancies in An Garda Síochána, the Public Appointments Service (PAS) has confirmed, with about 28 candidate(...)

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