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Politics

Local elections: Fourth recount concluded in Newbridge - unclear if fifth will be sought
Sinn Féin’s James Stokes and Aontú’s Melissa Byrne had just one vote between them in Kildare.
Calls for Foley to 'press ahead' with parent survey on school patronage promised last September
What's with these new lids? It's the EU's next step to cut down on single-use plastics
New laws cracking down on short-term lets pose threat to rural tourism, govt warned
Michael O'Leary claims return flights to Dublin could cost €1,000 at Christmas because of passenger cap
Mixed messages on Sinn Féin’s chances in the Midlands-North-West as counting continues
Electricity is in the air at Nemo Rangers but we'd be shocked if anyone got elected anytime soon
Billy Kelleher is the closest to the quota of 114,761 – there is a slim chance he will be elected tonight.
Who is my local councillor? Here's a list of all the seats filled so far
Here's who has been elected to Europe so far as counting continues
So far, five MEPs have been elected – four in Dublin and one in Ireland South.
Sinn Féin bucks the trend in Waterford council as FF returns with lowest seat tally in decades
Ó Ríordáin says Soc Dems and Labour need to 'stop pretending there's any difference between them'
Yesterday
11th June 2024
Fianna Fáil, Fine Gael, Sinn Féin and Labour win Dublin as EU counts continue
We five MEPs elected out of a total 14 seats.
100% Redress: Single-issue party discuss possible Dáil campaign after claiming four council seats in Donegal
Here's What Happened Today: Tuesday
Sinn Féin ‘resigned’ to not winning a seat in Midlands-North-West as count continues
Criticism over controversial guillotine on planning bill, as Harris wants to 'get the job done'
'You can't erect a tent wherever you want' - Taoiseach responds to 'cruelty' accusations
XL Bully: Government consulting Attorney General about banning dog breed, minister announces
Chief Executive? First citizen? What Limerick's new directly-elected mayor can actually do
Eamon Ryan had private word with Taoiseach and Tánaiste after 'inappropriate' attacks on Greens
Independent John Moran continues to lead the pack in Limerick mayoral race
Cabinet to consider joining a number of European military projects
Monday
10th June 2024
Séan Kelly elected in Ireland South and counting continued in Dublin and MNW
One elected, thirteen to go.
Luke 'Ming' Flanagan tops the poll in Midlands-North West but no candidates elected
Ireland's first MEP of 2024 elected as Fine Gael's Séan Kelly returned in Ireland South
It court take four more counts before his fellow sitting MEP, Billy Kelleher of Fianna Fáil, gets through.
McDonald: It's 'obvious' Sinn Féin ran too many candidates but party ready for general election
Long story: The waiting game continues in Castlebar as counters wade through 'toilet roll' ballots
Five MEPs will be elected from among the 27 candidates.
Greens lose both their seats on Galway City Council as Labour and Social Democrats make gains
SocDems double seats on Dublin City Council as Fianna Fáil lose top spot to Fine Gael
Macron says French will 'make the right choice' in snap election, as far right makes gains in EU
Pressure on coalition to cut and run with early election, but leaders say they're going all the way
Fianna Fáil set to dominate Cork City Council after winning almost a third of the seats
Election post-mortem: Evidence of FF and FG ground game crucial as SF may rue how renters voted
A polling day poll found voters were most likely to have met a Fianna Fáil candidate.
Five key takeaways on what went wrong for Sinn Féin and what it needs to do to up its game
The party needs to spell out clearly what alternative it is offering the electorate.
Mother and Baby Homes: 3,600 people have applied for redress, 53 have received payments
US top diplomat deployed as pressure mounts on Israel to accept ceasefire
Refugees struggling to transition from IPAS accommodation and into mainstream housing
Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael top EU poll in Dublin as council results disappoint Sinn Féin
Sunday
9th June 2024
Battle ahead as Dublin's European constituency looks too close to call after first count
Exit polls: Government parties losing out to rivals in many countries across the EU