Monday April 13, 2015
The Referendum Commission has begun its campaign to promote public awareness of the two upcoming referendums on same-sex marriage and the reduction of the age for Presidential candidates.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
The International Monetary Fund has backed the Government's call for some flexibility in the implementation of EU rules governing spending increases.
Wednesday February 18, 2015
The Irish Times' new paywall is a calculated risk, writes Niall Kitson
Monday December 22, 2014
After a walk-through vote, the Seanad has voted by 28 votes to 25 to pass the Water Services Bill.
Thursday November 27, 2014
Former British government chief whip Andrew Mitchell has lost his High Court libel action over the "Plebgate" incident.
Monday November 03, 2014
Closing speeches have begun in the trial of a man accused of the murder of a mother and daughter in Co Kerry, with the senior defence counsel for the accused suggesting the prosecution case against his client was "very weak".
Friday October 17, 2014
Four men who allegedly swore an allegiance to extremist group Islamic State have been charged with plotting a terror attack in London, Scotland Yard said.
Wednesday July 30, 2014
A first-hand account by James Joyce of his unsuccessful attempts to avoid publicity when he married Galway woman Nora Barnacle in London in 1931 has been published by the National Library of Ireland.
Monday June 24, 2013
Dr Roderic O'Gorman, Lecturer in Constitutional Law at DCU, explains how Article 27 of the Constitution could be invoked in relation to the Protection of Life during Pregnancy legislation
Wednesday February 01, 2012