Growing calls for Howlin to resign

Growing calls for Howlin to resign Labour leader Brendan Howlin. Photo: Frank McGrath A fifth Labour Party councillor has called for Brendan Howlin to facilitate a leadership contest. Cllr Martina Genockey, a member of the party's Executive...

Fake news ‘could disrupt presidential and European elections’, warns TD

Fake news 'could disrupt presidential and European elections', warns TD Regulation of tech giants can end 'Wild West of politics', says FF computer scientist TD James Lawless in Sallins, Co Kildare. Photo: Tony Gavin The forthcoming presidential...

Cheaper bicycle repairs are part of FF plans

Cheaper bicycle repairs are part of FF plans Stock picture Reduced tax on bicycle repairs and a review of speed limits are among a series of new Fianna Fáil proposals aimed at getting more people cycling. The...

School’s out, work’s in… for summer

School's out, work's in... for summer With many students spending the holidays after exams toiling to save for college, Ireland's well-known faces tell Tanya Sweeney what they learned from their first jobs Work experience: Jesse Eisenberg...

Ivanka to be ‘trotted out’ to woo female voters turned off by her dad

Ivanka to be 'trotted out' to woo female voters turned off by her dad Ivanka Trump. Photo: Reuters Ivanka Trump flexes her muscles as she poses with members of the Girls of Steel Robotics initiative during...

RTE won’t allow Miriam O’Callaghan to interview younger brother Jim

RTE won't allow Miriam O'Callaghan to interview younger brother Jim RTE’s Miriam O’Callaghan. Photo: David Conachy Top RTE presenter Miriam O'Callaghan has been barred from interviewing her younger brother on the national broadcaster. The Prime Time host's...

Manafort had ‘huge dumpster’ of cash, trial told

Manafort had 'huge dumpster' of cash, trial told Former Trump campaign manager Paul Manafort. Photo: Reuters Paul Manafort had "a huge dumpster of hidden money" abroad, a prosecutor said yesterday, urging a jury to convict the...

‘Vulture funds easier to deal with than the banks,’ says minister

'Vulture funds easier to deal with than the banks,' says minister D'Arcy defends Government's stance on mortgage sell-offs Michael D’Arcy . Photo: Tom Burke A minister has defended the Government's hands-off approach to vulture funds, saying they...

Fine Gael rebels set to defy Taoiseach and back Duffy’s Áras bid

Fine Gael rebels set to defy Taoiseach and back Duffy's Áras bid Seán Gallagher may also join race for presidency Gavin Duffy making his pitch for a nomination at a special meeting of Carlow County Council...

Central Bank threatens gender quotas if banks fail to boost diversity

Central Bank threatens gender quotas if banks fail to boost diversity Central Bank deputy governor Ed Sibley said banks must act The Central Bank will consider putting quotas in place if there isn't more diversity at...

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