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'This has gone on for too long': Gardaí and Dublin City Council in dispute over policing of Google protests
Council orders removal of second Subset mural in Dublin
Topless teens, sexual harassment and aerosol flamethrowers: Dart users' complaints to Irish Rail
Children who swallowed foreign objects accounted for over 2,000 hospital attendances since 2015
Cockroaches, mould and aggressive staff: Documents convey reality of life in homeless accommodation
'This is f***ing insane': OPW staff emails show tensions over decision to ban visitor books from sites
State of Kuwait to appeal Labour Court ruling quashing its immunity from Irish employment law
Nursing home complaints: Allegations of sexual assault and unexplained injuries
Government keen to sign broadband contract and get 'started right away'
'It's a big threat': Fears Ireland could lose its measles-free status
North Dublin apartment block refused planning permission following objection from local pub
Data Protection Commission notified over 2018 breach by State Examinations Commission
'Absolutely unacceptable': Teachers unsure of when they'll be paid after starting new jobs
No legal basis for mandatory Public Services Card to access State services other than welfare, landmark probe finds
Harris wants VAT removed on condoms and menstrual cups
Interview: Mary Lou on a united Ireland, the carbon tax and why she'll be a 'grownup' after the next election
'A gross violation': Asylum seekers say post is being opened without consent
David Taylor will have to pay almost a third of his legal costs over the Disclosures Tribunal
Plans for more Housing First services to be rolled out in the Midlands
Hyde & Seek creche owner ordered to pay damages over standard of rental accommodation in 2013
Loose blind cords and faecal matter in cots: Details of Tusla inspections of Hyde & Seek creches emerge
Rotunda told to rely on 'short-term measures' to keep babies safe amid 'crisis'
'Girls are forced to have sex in exchange for sanitary pads or 50 cents'
'I'll give you a goat and then you can forget about the rape'
'I used to cut the girls, sometimes I would cut the wrong part and they would bleed terribly'
Varadkar receives dozens of similar emails from voters about FG boycott after Maria Bailey case
Former garda Majella Moynihan files court case suing gardaí, Dept of Justice and the State
Simon Harris tells HSE poor coverage of abortion services in west and north west 'is a real concern'
Referendum on water ownership could be held in early 2020, says minister
Conscientious objection prevents full rollout of abortion services in several maternity hospitals
Over 200 tonnes of unfit or illegal meat and food products seized at Irish ports since 2016
'I will never trust you again': Complaints to IFCO reveal dissatisfaction over Irish film classifications
Dublin council depot sites could deliver over 1,000 homes - so why are we waiting?
'It's a real crisis': Billions of litres of untreated water overflows at Ringsend wastewater plant since 2015
Emails highlight confusion at Dublin City Council over unexpected change to Africa Day
State pathologists observed 'multiple bodies' on trolleys at Waterford mortuary over 'years'
New Waterford mortuary would have cost taxpayer €1m less if built 'when it should have been'
Twitter clamps down on Irish-linked accounts sharing pictures of underage children
'It's like no one cares': School secretaries to be balloted for industrial action this autumn
Huge confusion conveyed to Department after unexpected cancellation of flagship Africa Day event