Politics - Yesterday’s News
The Taoiseach and his party have seen a significant dip in support.
Politics - Saturday 1 August, 2015
There was a re-enactment of Pádraig Pearse’s graveside oration.
New scientific research has looked at the long-term impact that the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings have had.
The TD has been defending Renua’s policies.
Michael McDonagh was selected in Ennis last night.
Sinn Féin are insisting their massive O’Donovan Rossa event today is not a ‘rival’ to the official one. But it sure looks like they’re competing.
You can also carry over the leave you’ve build up, for up to 15 months.
Politics - Friday 31 July, 2015
She does have allergies, though.
Politics - Thursday 30 July, 2015
The full decision from Eurostat has been revealed. Irish Water looks to be a “heavily subsidised public monopoly” the agency says.
Drury – a longtime friend of the former FF Taoiseach and a non-exec director of Anglo – has been talking to the Banking Inquiry.
The teenager is facing another hearing on Sunday.
The brash tycoon is polling almost 10% better than his nearest rival for the Republican presidential nomination.
The government is reportedly coming under pressure from the Union’s competition branch to put our rail services out to international tender.
“Why does Karl Marx hate Earl Grey?” “Because the hereditary elite is anathema to a fair society.”
Sinn Féin MEP Matt Carthy responds to a column published on TheJournal.ie last week.
Politics - Wednesday 29 July, 2015
Paudie Coffey got into a bit of a row on the radio this morning.
The DPP raised the concerns this morning.
James Charity says the party lacks policies in a number of areas.
Mary Harney and John Gormley were the latest former politicians to brave the banking inquiry gauntlet this afternoon.
The man was attacked by another Muslim when trying to post anti-extremist flyers at the mosque.
Suggestions to regulate sex shops in the same way as casinos has been mooted.
It’s 24 years old, but has been seriously pimped out.
The government has hit back at Fianna Fáil’s criticism over ‘lack of investment’.
Politics - Tuesday 28 July, 2015
The European statistics agency says Irish Water has to remain part of the Exchequer’s accounts.
The Sinn Féin leader was speaking on the 10th anniversary of the formal end to the IRA’s armed campaign.
The man claims to have travelled as a stowaway for three months before ending up at the side of the M7 motorway near Naas, Co Kildare.
Council planning proposals would see the minimum size reduced by almost 20%.
“I want to apologise for the pain and embarrassment I have caused.”
Politics - Monday 27 July, 2015
Desperate to make the cut ahead of the first GOP debate, one low ranking contender has been smashing up his mobile phone on Youtube.
Noel Rock was attacked in Dublin city.
The inquiry’s own legal team has advised that Drumm should not be allowed provide his evidence remotely.
The letter was hand delivered to Frank Feighan’s Boyle constituency office.
Shane’s older brother Finbarr is running for Renua.
Political parties are already gearing up.
Politics - Sunday 26 July, 2015
There was a drop in support for both Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil in The Sunday Business Post Red C poll.
Members are torn on whether former Anglo chief David Drumm should be allowed give evidence by video link.
The 69-year-old, who had been in charge of upholding House of Lords standards, quit today.
More than 500 prisoners were on temporary release across the country this month.
One Senator thinks 400 is plenty, but not everyone agrees.
Politics - Saturday 25 July, 2015
People Before Profit Richard Boyd Barrett said residents across Dun Laoghaire are “absolutely furious” at the proposed cuts.
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