Computer-generated image of part of the apartment scheme that was planned beside the former Smurfit printworks at Daneswell, Glasnevin

Developers of the old Smurfit printworks in Glasnevin, Dublin, have failed in a third attempt to build apartments instead of houses on the site. Earl(...)

 European Parliament: Due to Brexit, the seat allocation to Ireland rises from 11 to 13. Photograph: Vincent Kessler

A combination of a couple of extra seats up for grabs, a clatter of retirements, including those of two strong vote-getters, and a glut of ex-min(...)

Posters in Dublin during the 2002 abortion referendum campaign. File photograph: David Sleator

It is very odd that the Citizens’ Assembly discussion of referendums has been moved to this weekend, given that it will allegedly have no impact on th(...)

 Migrants disembark a boat after they were rescued by Libyan coastguard in the Mediterranean off the Libyan coast, in Guarabouli, east Tripoli, Libya, on July 8th. Photograph: EPA/Stringer

Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has expressed concern about Ireland’s participation in the EU’s military operation to neutralise migrant routes in the (...)

Former MEP Patricia McKenna, Annette Woolley, Frank Donaghy and  Paul Murphy  during the  launch of the #jobstownnotguilty campaign at Buswells Hotel, Dublin, Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Protesters accused of falsely imprisoning Labour politician Joan Burton in Jobstown, Dublin, in 2014 claim they have received gestures of support from(...)

The pro-European Union pamphlet to be delivered to every household in Britain. Prime minister David Cameron can spend as much public money as he pleases until 28 days before the referendum on June 23rd. Photograph: Dan Kitwood/PA Wire

The Conservative government’s decision to spend £9 million of public funds on sending a pro-European Union pamphlet to every household in Britain has (...)

This case will set a precedent for what should be done when there is a breach of the McKenna Principles, as determined by the Supreme Court, governing the conduct of referendum campaigns.  Photograph: Julien Behal/PA Wire

A seven-judge Supreme Court has unanimously refused to order a re-running of the 2012 Children’s Referendum after finding a Dublin woman had failed to(...)

Micheál Ó Loingsigh, who has died aged 82, was a printer who loved words, a nationalist who believed that the Constitution counted for more than the h(...)

(From left): Rev Patrick Comerford, president Irish CND; Clare Daly TD; Patricia McKenna, former MEP; Robert Ballagh, artist; John Molyneux, historian; and Jim Roche, IAWM at a press conference held by the Irish Anti-War Movement to issue a statement on the First World War commemorations in Dublin today. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Artist and anti-war proponent Robert Ballagh has said conflict commemorations like those now underway to mark the centenary of the first World War sho(...)

The BAI has partially upheld a complaint by two European Parliament election candidates about one RTÉ news report of a poll.

The Broadcasting Authority of Ireland has partially upheld a complaint by two European election candidates about an RTÉ news report on opinion poll fi(...)

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