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Tusla boss admits confidence in system 'may well have been undermined'
'There is no deterrent': Less than a third of Dublin litter fines actually get paid
Leo Varadkar hails 'results of government policies' as unemployment rate dips below 7%
Marriage counselling service Relationships Ireland closes over funding issues
Taoiseach spent twice as much on photos last year compared to 2015
Tesco claims 45,000 people shopped at stores picketed by strikers
Luas works: 'Tourists don't come down the street but the Irish don't mind'
Tesco painted over pedestrian crossing after complaints about safety during strike
Looking for a new job? Microsoft says it is hiring 600 people in Ireland
Trinity scientists discover how cancers 'hoodwink' the immune system to help them
Emergency services called to house fire, discover cannabis grow house
'My Ireland celebrates the underdog who pulled like a dog'
11-year sentence for man who brutally assaulted woman with a claw hammer
'There isn't a race problem': Grammy President responds to criticism after Beyoncé loses out to Adele
Two leading charities, Oxfam Ireland and GOAL, enter into merger negotiations
Proposal to redraw Waterford - Kilkenny boundary 'will leave a very bitter taste'
The government brought in word processors in the 1980s - and civil servants weren't too happy
This amputee army veteran from Achill Island is going to row across the Atlantic
The Government opposed giving any special money to help people left devastated by Hurricane Charley
Why Ireland's farmers want the Irish embassy in Iran to reopen
Government investigated whether Josef Mengele spent time in Ireland after World War II
20 Under 20: Ireland's brightest and most inspirational rising stars
Why Ireland wants a registry to keep track of everyone who has dementia
Travelling over Christmas? Here's what public transport will be running
A Dublin woman set up a Christmas Day lunch for 300 people so no-one would be alone on the big day
Glen Hansard says the taking over of Apollo House is an 'act of civil disobedience'
A homeless group is asking B&Bs to take in rough sleepers for Christmas
Irish Water to pump €200 million into plant to avoid undrinkable water