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Michael McGrath said the change was taken to ensure that all three super junior minsters  be “treated equally”. Photograph:  Niall Carson/PA Wire

The decision to increase the salary of the third ‘super junior’ Minister in Cabinet by over €16,000 has been defended by Minister for Public Expenditu(...)

Lord Mayor of Dublin, Hazel Chu, helps launch a ‘Thank You’ mural for essential services with some of the young people that produced it from the St John Bosco Youth Centre in Drimnagh, Dublin. Photograph : Laura Hutton/ The Irish Times

Lord Mayor of Dublin and Green party councillor Hazel Chu has said her party’s leadership contest is “too close to call”. The result of the contest (...)

Saoirse McHugh   announced her move saying it would “turn my stomach” to remain in the Green Party. File photograph: Collins

Former Green Party election candidate Saoirse McHugh has left the party, she has announced. Ms McHugh’s move is not unexpected as she had repeatedly (...)

Eamon  Ryan won 994 of the 1,950 votes cast with Catherine Martin winning 946.  File photograph: Alan Betson/ The Irish Times

Green Party leader Eamon Ryan has won the leadership contest seeing off the challenge of Deputy leader Catherine Martin by a narrow majority.  M(...)

There has been no indication yet about what sort of legislation might ensure a fair share of advertising revenue for traditional media with the social-media giants.

In the opening scene of the film comedy Space Force, the new four-star air-force general is sitting with the other service chiefs waiting to be made h(...)

Sean O’Casey’s last residence at 422 North Circular Road, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Sabina Higgins is rallying support for the former home of playwright Sean O’Casey to be turned into a “cultural arts centre”. In a letter to academic(...)

Taoiseach Micheál Martin: A significant minority now favour an alternative path, and with it, an alternative leader. Photograph:  Brian Lawless/PA

Political life goes through cycles, with times of heightened drama followed by periods that are taciturn and mundane. Over four months, the negotiati(...)

Clockwise, from top left: Hugh Linehan, Jennifer Bray, Pat Leahy and Harry McGee

It was sad for Inside Politics host Hugh Linehan that his event “New Taoiseach, New Government, New Challenges” – part of the Irish Times Summer Night(...)

The FAI are looking to extend the term of the current board until march of next year. Photograph: Inpho

As divisions appear to be deepening over the terms of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) agreed by its representatives with the Government in Janua(...)

Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin has said it is important that Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael know that the party is willing to walk away from government. Photograph: : Brian Lawless/PA

Green Party deputy leader Catherine Martin has said it is important that Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael know that the party is willing to walk away from go(...)

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