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Dublin property price ceilings under First Home Scheme to increase to €475,000
Taoiseach rotation: Here's how the day will play out as Varadkar takes over from Martin
Cost-of-living pressures will persist in 2023 but Ireland should escape a recession, ESRI says
UK strikes in air travel and Royal Mail could impact Irish Christmas plans
'It will drive people away': Student teachers on the potential threat to career breaks
Fermoy latest town to be visited by anti-immigration campaigners and misinformation
The Dowdall-Hutch tapes: What the court heard from secret garda recordings
Fraudsters stole nearly €45 million through frauds and scams in the second half of 2021
Qatar 2022: The carbon-neutral World Cup that never was
Almost half of people think allowing nightclubs to stay open until 6am is a bad idea
'You're a Quinn, you're one of us': Woman adopted to US in 1960 finally meets her Irish family
Rape crisis centres: Increase in helpline calls compared with pre-pandemic years
Capel Street shop owners claim more council effort needed to make pedestrianisation a success
'It's like a pay cut': Liffey Valley staff say new parking charges could cost some workers €12.50 a day
Inside the small Finnish city that became a big player in climate action
Consumer price inflation forecasts revised upwards to 8% by the Central Bank
Murder trial of Gerry 'The Monk' Hutch to begin at Special Criminal Court today
Boiling down the Budget: Here are all the major changes in one place
Reader Q&A: From rents to tax to pensions, your questions about the Budget answered
'It's hard to imagine the future': The Ploughing, the climate crisis, and the writing on the wall
Most energy suppliers are still not paying households for solar power despite August promise
From student Lib Dem to Tory PM: What you need to know about Liz Truss
Top climate panel tells government how to weather energy crisis
Britain's next PM: Tories to unveil new leader ahead of audience with the queen in Scotland
Council criticised for use of 'environmentally unsound' bleach in streams near popular beaches
Childcare fees will fall for the vast majority of parents under 'big' Budget package
Varadkar: 'There's a feeling in the gay community that homophobic attacks are on the rise'
Tusla cannot confirm how many records it has about St Gerard's mother and baby home
Government urged to hasten payments for surplus solar power ahead of feared energy shortages
'Other crises are vying for our attention': Why people have stopped talking about Covid-19
'Two babies from one family, gone': Tusla unable to locate records despite 'extensive' search
'Where is she?': Survivor of Tuam home discovers he has a second sister with no burial record
Disposable vapes will 'get a whole new generation of people addicted to nicotine', expert warns
European leaders are gathering to decide the fate of Ukraine's EU bid - here's what to expect
Covid-19: Ireland's cases are rising quickly - here's why and what it means
Carer told to repay social welfare payment after teen son's death calls for system reform
Locals near new National Children's Hospital site unhappy with reduced access to project leaders
Inflation and Ukraine fallout pose fresh hurdles for children's hospital as structure takes shape
Length of time to register a death may be cut from three months to less than one
No rules on who can provide cosmetic procedures 'very, very dangerous', expert says