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MEPs, assemble: Could Ireland's MEPs do more to influence Europe?
FactCheck: Is 10% of Ireland's healthcare budget spent on diabetes?
FactFind: Less than 2% speak Irish daily. How does that compare with other EU minority languages?
FactFind: Labhraíonn níos lú ná 2% Gaeilge go laethúil - comparáid idir sin agus mion-teanga Eorpach eile
Explainer: How two big new EU laws will try to rein in Big Tech
What to do with Article 41.2? 'It hasn't actually contributed anything. It's never been a help'
FactFind: Women are just over 50% of the population. Do they have 50% of jobs and economic power?
'A lot of people feel they’re not being listened to': What do NI's unionists want after Brexit?
Factfind: Which countries produce the most CO2 emissions?
First Irish citizen sworn in as Lord Mayor of City of London
Is it possible to do a Covid-like count of deaths due to climate change? 'It's very, very difficult'
What has happened with migration between the UK and the EU since Brexit?
How Gardaí and the State have lessons to learn about how migrants are treated in Ireland
Brazilian migration into Ireland: 'There's a mutual compatibility with the Irish'
Ireland has at least 34 companies working in the space industry - so what is our role in the space race?
'People find change threatening': Could a congestion charge work in Ireland?
Man refused bail following extradition warrant relating to Adrian Donohoe case
Ireland's planning system to go digital within 18 months
Should Ireland's planning system take some of the blame for the housing crisis?
FactCheck: Could the government actually bend EU spending rules to build more homes?
'China makes more noise': What the EU can learn from Australia's relationship with China
Court awards over €300,000 to family of only woman shot and injured on Bloody Sunday in 1972
What do we know - and not know - about the costs of a united Ireland?
Column: 'Pontins only achieved such rapid notoriety because it targeted common Irish surnames'
CJ McKinney
The EU's top court has considered its first ever case in the Irish language. It's about labels on dog medicine
UK church asks family to translate Irish phrase on mum's grave amid concerns it could be 'seen as political'
Abortion on request is legal in Northern Ireland from today but women will still have to wait
Draft laws published to guarantee right of Irish citizens to live and work in UK despite Brexit
Northern Ireland police breached man's human rights by keeping his DNA
Leaked Biden plan shows threat of sanctions against Ireland and others over corporate tax
Fast-track hearing for appeal of landmark citizenship case which created legal limbo for thousands
Number of people stopped at the Northern Ireland land border and removed from the State is rising
Cross-border travellers face 'racial profiling', says human rights group
Shock ruling says citizenship cannot be granted if applicant has spent a day outside Ireland in past year
London Irish campaigners taking British government to court over Northern Ireland abortion laws
'Technology alone isn't going to solve the problem': Ex-Brexit border chief rejects claims by Hunt and Johnson
FactFind: How do our personal tax bills compare to those living around the world?
FactFind: What is the state of social house building in Ireland?
FactCheck: Has the government quadrupled social housing construction in two years?
FactCheck: Did the State build more social housing in the 1980s than in 2015?