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Eoin Murray of the National Women’s Council of Ireland, speaking at the Convention on the Constitution meeting to report recommendations to Houses of the Oireachtas on a review of the Dáil electoral system in Dublin today. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The constitutional convention has decided to review the size of Dáil constituencies, the number of TDs and non-parliamentary ministers at its n(...)

One of the most senior managers at Google Ireland was dismissed after her London-based superior determined she wa(...)

On the menu: the Company’s production of As You Are Now So Once Were We

On a sunny morning in Berlin, at the ungodly hour of 10am, a bunch of young theatre addicts are trooping into the Irish darkness of (...)

Google’s European, Middle East and African sales headquarters on Barrow Street, Dublin. Photograph: Paul McErlane/Bloomberg via Getty Images

The ongoing political controversy over the level of tax being paid by Google in its major European markets could have serious implications for (...)

Hope amid uncertainty

Hope amid uncertainty in a volatile world. That is one way of viewing the Economic and Social Research Institute’s (ESRI) qualified optimism ab(...)

A group of visiting MEPs has expressed concern at the "restrictive aspects" of the proposed legislation on abortion here. Four members of(...)

People in Cyprus continue to face restrictions on the amount of money they are permitted to withdraw from bank accounts. Photograph: Bogdan Cristel/Reuters

Two months after the Cyprus bailout, capital controls are still in place on the Mediterranean island. The phrase is one of the many muted, unde(...)

Concerns over the European Commission’s “smart border package” will be a key topic at today’s European Security Trends and Threats in Society ((...)

France fell back into recession in the first quarter of the year, experiencing a 0.2 per cent contraction in GDP
 in the first three months of the year
, in line with the previous quarter.

The euro zone economy contracted in the first quarter of the year signalling a deepening economic crisis as the bloc entered its sixth quarter (...)

Germany crept back into growth in the first quarter of the year, with the economy increasing by 0.1 per cent, but France slid into recession.

Germany’s economy crept back into growth at the start of the year but not by enough to stop the euro zone from contracting for a sixth straight(...)

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