Irish - Today’s News
The new plan replaces lump sums with annual payments in some circumstances.
The Aer Lingus sale is coming in for heavy criticism in the Dáil today.
Claire Fahy had completely forgotten about her charitable act… until now.
The party’s leader has dismissed any wrongdoing.
It’s good news for the tourism industry as trips to Ireland increase by 13.5%.
“I think that you could hardly look at the celebrations in Dublin without in some way saying it had increased the sum of human happiness.”
eSentire plans to hire 100 staff for its new Irish operation.
The 78-year-old was last seen near his home.
Marty Morrissey has accepted a ‘heartfelt’ apology.
An EU ruling stating Irish laws on smacking children are in breach of European law was issued this morning following a formal complaint from a UK-based NGO.
The Kiwi’s current deal extends until after the 2016 Six Nations.
2015 is following the exact same pattern as 2014.
IAG has crossed one hurdle, but there is still another big one to come.
That didn’t take long… The UK group’s online Irish newspaper will still go ahead but now with a different name.
Reports by the Prison Visiting Committees of eleven prisons have been released this morning,
The National Gallery in London has for decades claimed ownership of paintings left to Dublin in a codicil to Sir Hugh Lane’s will.
Longreads to savour or save.
Colm O’Shea gets a shot at the 13 shirt, while Ian Madigan is given the nod at out-half.
Meanwhile, IAG CEO Willie Walsh is jetting in to ease union concerns.
The search was part of an intelligence led operation and investigations are ongoing.
Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Irish politics right now…
Just over half of Italian voters would support same-sex marriage, but there’s not even civil unions yet.
2,896 dogs were put to sleep – a drop of 620 from 2013.
The Ceann Comhairle thought it was “out of order” though…
Slainte Healthcare provides software to help make medical admin processes more efficient, but it wants to focus on other parts of the world first.
Europe thinks we do.
The location is pretty symbolic. Grafton Street returned to full occupancy, post-recession, when Life Style Sports moved in last year.
The comments were made by Cardinal Parolin, the top diplomat in the Vatican – second only to Pope Francis himself.
How will the party cope with the sudden loss of Averil Power – aka 50% of its female parliamentarians?
A big performance will see these guys back in the hunt for a World Cup spot.
The independent senator was asked to leave her office in Leinster House just hours after her resignation from the party.
Coined a ‘slum’ garden, the designer hopes it’s going to be unlike any other at the festival.
The Justice Minister was recently asked about the health and safety issues at Glanmire and Macroom stations.
Lucina Russell was diagnosed with MS in 2011. Here she explains why she is hopeful for her future.
The Department of Social Protection says it aims to minimise risks of fraud and eliminate incorrect payments.
Irish - Yesterday’s News
Aer Lingus, the 8th amendment, and a rabbit had everyone talking today.