Saturday February 28, 2015
Labour leader Joan Burton has defended the party's record in Government and appealed to voters to give her party a second term in government to build "a decade of opportunity".
Tuesday February 17, 2015
Around 1,000 people involved in the childcare sector have assembled outside Leinster House in pursuit of better funding for the sector.
Monday February 16, 2015
The Irish Independent says that hundreds of jobs at Tesco in Ireland are at risk as the company plans a massive restructuring.
Tuesday February 10, 2015
The Government has extended the deadline for civil servants to retire based on their higher salaries prior to pay cuts imposed in the Haddington Road Agreement.
Monday February 09, 2015
An Irish company has launched a new computer programme which it expects to be the start of a new way of classroom teaching.
Wednesday January 28, 2015
A round-up of stories from Ireland and around the world.
Tuesday January 20, 2015
Irish Water has said that lead in the water supply could be a very expensive problem for householders.
Thursday January 08, 2015
The National Treasury Management Agency has said its priority for early this year is to finalise an investment strategy to underpin the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund's mandate.
Wednesday January 07, 2015
Royal Dutch Shell will pay out £55m in compensation for two oil spills in Nigeria in 2008 after agreeing a settlement with the affected community.
Monday December 08, 2014
A strike against austerity measures introduced by Belgium's new government has paralysed public transport and caused havoc with international flights and train services in the capital this morning.