Fine Gael is holding talks with the Independent Alliance

FG focus on independents after striking FF deal

30 Apr Contacts between Fine Gael and independent groups are continuing through the weekend after yesterday's deal between the party and Fianna Fáil to create a minority government.

The EU will scrap phone roaming charges outright on 15 June, 2017

Roaming charge decrease comes into effect

30 Apr Mobile phone roaming fees in the European Union have been dramatically decreased from today, the latest stage in move that will also see the abolition of all roaming charges in the EU from June next year.

The judge described the evidence as conflicting and confusing

Charges against care assistant dismissed

29 Apr Three charges of assault against a Longford woman accused of physically abusing two people with intellectual and physical disabilities have been dismissed at Longford District Court.

A judgment by Mr Justice Michael Moriarty led to a number of prisoners taking cases claiming their detention was unlawful

Prisoners may seek bail if sentences not suspended

29 Apr A number of prisoners who claim they are entitled to be freed as a result of the recent High Court finding concerning the law on activating suspended sentences may seek bail next week pending decisions on their actions.