Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said the government will strongly defend the record of Alan Shatter after Fianna Fáil tabled a motion of no confidence in the Justice Minister.
Minister for Education Ruairi Quinn has said legislation will be introduced in the Dáil next week to give effect to public sector pay cuts for those who have not signed up to revised pay agreements.
Gardai are questioning a 36-year-old man after drugs worth an estimated €1.7m were seized in Dublin.
British security services face an inquiry by MPs after it emerged that the two suspects in the killing of soldier Drummer Lee Rigby were known to them.
22:00 Three Irish companies are set to create more than 100 new jobs over the next three years.
21:55 British security services face an inquiry by MPs after it emerged that the two suspects in the killing of soldier Drummer Lee Rigby were known to them.
21:56 The Labour Court has recommended that Aer Lingus inject a once-off lump sum of €110 million to help plug the €750 million deficit in the joint Aer Lingus/DAA pension scheme.
22:15 St Patrick's Athletic moved to the top of the Airtricity League Premier Division after a comfortable 2-0 win over Bohemians at Dalymount Park.
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