Thursday January 15, 2015
The Coalition is considering using its spring economic statement to outline a five-year tax reform plan as part of a springboard to try and secure a second term in office.
Thursday December 18, 2014
A Dublin-based occupational therapist who left a toddler with permanent facial scars after she drove dangerously through a busy junction has been given four months to pay 5,000.
Thursday December 11, 2014
US retail sales and jobless claims data showed a strengthening economy today.
Wednesday December 03, 2014
Witness Marie Farrell has told the High Court that gardaí told her they knew Ian Bailey had killed Sophie Toscan Du Plantier and they needed her to identify him as a man she had seen on key dates around the murder.
Friday November 28, 2014
Brisbane in Australia is cleaning up after a massive hail storm ripped through the city yesterday afternoon.
Thursday November 06, 2014
Motorists are being advised to only purchase fuel from trusted sources to minimise the risk posed by petrol stretching.
Tuesday October 21, 2014
New and used car sales contributed more than €900m to the Exchequer in the first nine months of the year, according to a report by the Society of the Irish Motor Industry and DoneDeal.
Thursday October 16, 2014
The Special Criminal Court has directed that members of the public be excluded from court while gardaí from the National Surveillance Unit give evidence in the trial of three men charged with the murder of dissident republican Peter Butterly.
Thursday October 09, 2014
New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that consumer prices rose by 0.3% in September compared to the same month last year.
Wednesday October 08, 2014
Former businessman Breifne O'Brien has been sentenced to seven years in jail after pleading guilty to 14 sample counts of deception and theft involving around €8.5m between 2003 and 2008.