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Let’s figure this out – what’s the real plural of referendum?
Explainer: A beginner’s guide to the CAO Points system
Eggs, earthquakes and Euromillions: The week in numbers
Contain your shock: Irish homes are borrowing less and less
No plans to introduce paid paternity leave for new fathers
Police unable to find memo saying they spied on a murder victim's family
Six children in state care taken abroad for abortions since 1992
UK government clears plans to allow 'babies with three parents'
Extra Dáil sitting to pass laws against human trafficking
Ryan Tubridy 'butt plugs' complaint resolved by broadcasting watchdog
Good news, holidaymakers: Roaming costs will fall from Monday
Knowing the symptoms can 'BEAT' ovarian cancer, say pharmacists
Bruton insists 'Pirate Bay' ruling will not mean bans on legal content
Property tax hunger striker: 'I'd say I won't last too long'
HSE fined €500,000 after paramedic dies in fall from ambulance
Seán Quinn: 'I've apologised to my children for my fundamental mistake'
There was another earthquake in the Irish Sea last night
Denis O'Brien's company fails to win Myanmar phone licence
Ireland is officially back in recession
Oireachtas agenda: Dáil debates abortion as Seanad debates... Seanad
Climate change 'will trap millions of people in poverty'
New campaign demands long-awaited law to ban teenagers from sunbeds
Youth unemployment tops the agenda as EU leaders head to Brussels
Irish broadband among Europe’s worst for running slower than advertised
Borrowers may be able to leave tracker mortgage when rates increase
Two more unions sign up to Haddington Road public pay deal
It (probably) wasn't you: the €93m Euromillions winner has come forward
Michael Noonan on the Anglo Tapes: 'We could have done without them'
Woman arrested over murder of gangland figure Eamon Kelly
Docklands chair: Governments had 14 years to close Glass Bottle loophole
Bertie Ahern settles damages claim over woman's fall in St Luke's
Oireachtas agenda: Anglo director in the dock(lands), and SNA cuts
Gardaí have had the Anglo tapes for over four years, says Kenny
Politicians want generic uniforms and rented books for every school
Councils given legal guidelines on new local area plans
Reilly will delay new fees for health insurers until talks are held
Here's how the world has covered the Anglo Tapes
Oireachtas agenda: Budget 2014 (yes, already) and Dáil scrapping Seanad?