Independent TD Mick Wallace has said the latest comments from the Minister for Justice in the penalty points row were made in an effort to discredit him.
Ulster Bank has intervened in the US bankruptcy of Irish developer Sean Dunne, saying a parallel bankruptcy in Ireland is critical for the success of the case.
A new opinion poll shows a majority in favour of allowing abortion on grounds of suicide - though support has slipped over the past three months.
The family of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe have received a special medal in his honour today.
22:39 The family of Detective Garda Adrian Donohoe have received a special medal in his honour today.
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21:54 Legislation to establish a framework for Oireachtas inquiries will allow witnesses recoup legal costs if their good name is called into question.
20:22 Jonny Wilkinson lifted the Heineken Cup after inspiring Toulon to a 16-15 victory over Clermont Auvergne at the Aviva Stadium.
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