Monday May 25, 2015
On the second day of his visit to Ireland, UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has told refugees who have resettled in Ireland that he has "some measure of understanding" of what they have been through.
Tuesday March 03, 2015
The three west African states hardest hit by the Ebola outbreak have asked for help from donors to repair the damage to their economies now that the epidemic seems to be waning.
Monday February 23, 2015
The Government has outlined its ministerial travel plans for St Patrick's Day.
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'.
Sunday January 11, 2015
There are concerns about the future viability of Cork Aiport after passenger numbers fell by more than 125,000 over the past year.
Tuesday December 23, 2014
"Broad agreement" has been reached in talks between the five parties in the Stormont power-sharing administration.
Thursday December 11, 2014
A breakthrough in crunch talks aimed at breaking the political logjam in the North is still a long way off, the Democratic Unionists have warned.
Friday December 05, 2014
Taoiseach Enda Kenny has said he does not expect any challenge to his leadership of Fine Gael between now and the next general election.
Tuesday December 02, 2014
Sean Sherlock, Minister of State at the Department of Foreign Affairs with special responsibility for overseas development, discusses a review of Irish Aid by the OECD
Thursday October 09, 2014
A new stamp has been released to mark the bicentenary of the birth of Thomas Davis.