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If I could change one thing I would steer our second-level system away from the current one, where CAO points are the exclusive route to third-level e(...)

Gardaí have disrupted a major money laundering operation after intercepting two men who were in the process of digging up about €1.2 million buried underground in a rural part of Co Limerick. Photograph: Toby Melville/PA Wire.

A man has been released without charge by gardaí investigating the discovery of a suspected money laundering operation in Co Limerick. A second man (5(...)

An iReport.ie banner at a Roma solidarity rally outside Leinster House in November, organised by the European Network Against Racism Ireland and the Anti Racism Network. Photograph: Eric Luke.

A black African teenager was hit with a hurley and verbally abused in her garden in one of 97 racist incidents reported to an online database in th(...)

The two men were arrested under Section 7 of the Criminal Justice Money Laundering and Terrorist Offences Act 2010. Photograph: Frank Miller

Gardaí have disrupted a major money laundering operation after intercepting two men who were in the process of digging up about €1.2 million buried(...)

Two men were arrested and more than ¤1 million in cash was seized after a search operation in Co Limerick yesterday afternoon.

Two men were arrested and more than €1 million in cash was seized after a search operation in Co Limerick yesterday afternoon. The money was discovere(...)

More than 100 members of the Element Six defined benefit pension scheme are suing its trustees for breach of duty. Photograph: Sean Curtin

Two trustees of Element Six’s pension scheme told the High Court yesterday that they firmly believed the multinational would have closed its Irish pla(...)

“There is absolutely no doubt that class perceptions are holding back public transport usage in Ireland,” said Alan Kelly, Minister of State for Public and Commuter Transport. Photograph: Eric Luke

One of the biggest impediments to the growth of public transport in Ireland is the slightly snobbish attitude of the middle classes to commuting by bu(...)

Two wholly owned subsidiaries of the US multinational Hess Corporation have lost their High Court challenge to the legality of the tariff regime propo(...)

Sinn Féin TD Pádraig Mac Lochlainn: “We did not let Maggie Thatcher criminalise them and we are not going to let 
Fianna Fá
a
il criminalise them 
today.”

Sinn Féin TD Pádraig Mac Lochlainn has accused Fianna Fáil of attempting to criminalise the 1981 hunger strikers, in the same way as former British PM(...)

 Edith Kennedy, Aoife Farrelly and Michael Kenny,   members of the Trim Heritage Co-Op,  at  the Allsop property auction  in the  RDS yesterday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A group of community activists in Trim have failed to buy a building at the latest Allsop auction in Dublin yesterday. They had hoped the Maudlins Cen(...)

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