Wednesday April 08, 2015
The Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland has voted unanimously to continue its opposition to the Government's Junior Cycle reform proposals.
Wednesday March 25, 2015
The chief financial officer of global internet company Yahoo has said the business has developed a base in Ireland primarily because of the available talent pool.
Wednesday March 11, 2015
Gardaí have confirmed that a file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions relating to the alleged sexual assault of two males in Co Louth in the 1990s.
Saturday February 21, 2015
More than 5,000 people demonstrated in Dublin over jail sentences handed down to water charge protesters for contempt of court and the ongoing arrests of anti-water charge protesters.
Friday January 23, 2015
Some senior politicians continued to make mileage claims with small percentage reductions despite a warning from the Standards in Public Office Commission that the system was 'unacceptable'.
Saturday December 27, 2014
After 30 years, the internal government documents from 1984 have been released to the public.
Tuesday December 16, 2014
Witness Marie Farrell has denied that she sought out and revelled in publicity surrounding her involvement with the investigation of the murder of Sophie Toscan Du Plantier in 1996.
Tuesday December 09, 2014
There has been widespread condemnation of allegations of abuse and poor standards of care at a centre for adults with intellectual disabilities in Co Mayo, revealed tonight in an RTÉ Investigations Unit report.
Monday December 01, 2014
Gardaí, the HSE and the Health Information and Quality Authority are investigating a list of allegations of abuse and poor standards of care at a residential care centre in Co Mayo.
Monday November 24, 2014
Amnesty International has demanded the re-opening of a landmark case against Britain over the alleged use of torture in Northern Ireland during the Troubles.