Monday August 31, 2015
Northern Ireland First Minister and DUP leader Peter Robinson has proposed the establishment of negotiations to deal with problems that are threatening the future of power-sharing at Stormont.
Sunday August 30, 2015
The Netherlands is set to toughen its asylum policy by cutting off food and shelter for people who fail to qualify as refugees.
Thursday August 27, 2015
Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott has insisted that efforts to resurrect a push for Australia to become a republic are doomed despite his treasurer's new role as a bipartisan torchbearer for the movement.
Sunday August 23, 2015
Employment lawyers have expressed their concerns over the new Workplace Relations Commission process, arguing that it is fundamentally flawed and will be challenged in the courts.
Saturday August 22, 2015
Sinn Féin staged a number of protests throughout Dublin today to highlight sites it believes could be developed for social housing.
Friday August 21, 2015
Far-left rebels in Greece's Syriza party have broken away to form a new party with 25 politicians, a parliament deputy speaker announced today.
Thursday August 20, 2015
Opposition politicians have criticised the Government amid conflicting reports that the €100 Water Conservation Grant may be made conditional on payment of the charge.
Monday August 17, 2015
Over 30% of candidates already selected for the upcoming general election are women, according to the Director of Operations and Campaigns with Women for Election.
Saturday August 15, 2015
A new opinion poll suggests that support for the Labour Party is at its lowest rating in nine months and that Independents have also lost significant support.
Wednesday August 12, 2015
China's yuan hit a four-year low this morning, falling for a second day after authorities devalued it in a move that sparked fears of a global currency war and accusations that Beijing was giving an unfair advantage to its struggling exporters.