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These ‘mam shops’ are jam-packed with absolute gems
We’ve had a change of heart.
Poll: Should speaking time for smaller Dáil parties be reduced?
Under Fianna Fáil’s proposals, backbenchers from bigger parties would have more time.
Irish voters backed 'local lunatics' instead of being sensible - Michael O'Leary
The Ryanair boss has a view on the current political deadlock.
Into the storm: Scrambling for votes in one of the country's most volatile constituencies
14 months on from the Jobstown protest, can Labour hang on to a seat? Dublin South-West is looking impossible to call – as we discovered in a night on the doorsteps…
The Fantasy Football wildcard deadline is coming! Here's the players to consider
Robbie Brady could be an excellent festive investment for your New Year Fantasy Football squad.
More good news for Fine Gael - a poll shows they're on course to be the biggest party
It follows a poll at the weekend that put Enda and co at their highest level of support since 2012.
Fine Gael haven't been this popular since 2012
Good news for Enda, Leo and co in the latest political opinion poll.
Here's what the Irish team to face Bosnia would be based on Fantasy Football points*
*And disregarding injuries and player unavailability.
Here's what Ireland's starting XI would be if it were based on Fantasy Football points
Darren Randolph, Damien Delaney and Shane Long are among those to make the cut.
Quite a few of us would like to see 'a character like Charles Haughey' as Taoiseach
Arise and follow, etc.
Could Britain's State Papers give a 'one-sided' view of Anglo-Irish history?
One Fianna Fáil councillor believes so, as the British papers are being released ahead of Irish papers.
Joe Walsh - Agriculture Minister during the Foot & Mouth crisis - has died, aged 71
The Cork man won widespread praise for his handling of the 2001 crisis.
"Families are getting screwed by this particular regime"
Whether it’s outside your office window or inside the Dáil chamber, it appears there’s no escaping the issue of water today
Vote on contentious 1916 museum delayed AGAIN
The ‘land swap’ deal is opposed by Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin, the Greens and People Before Profit.
"I hope you won’t get into trouble...": Here are the winners and losers from the political week
The McNulty omnishambles just wouldn’t go away, Big Phil’s Big Grilling failed to materialise, and a Tory minister landed himself in hot water – over a poem.
Straight lines, traffic jams and Garda fans: Here's 8 things we learned at the National Ploughing Championships...
It’s closing time in Ratheniska — but 82,000 people have been wandering the fields and checking out the sights since early this morning.
There's a "real risk" that the Banking Inquiry could collapse
An early General Election or lengthy court proceedings could scupper the work of the inquiry entirely, Fianna Fáil’s Michael McGrath is warning.
Having ruled out Fine Gael and Sinn Féin, would Fianna Fáil go into coalition with Labour?
Micheál Martin’s been pressed on potential coalition partners again this afternoon.
We need to get ready for "one last gasp of austerity" in 2015 --- economist
The quarterly water charge set to hit households from January will effectively “suck” money out of the system, economist Tom McDonnell says.
Lack of women makes Leinster House a "really weird" place to work, says Senator
Gender quotas are coming in at the next General Election. What will that mean for parties? FF are looking at the detail…
FG are "very right-wing" and not "comfortable bedfellows" for Fianna Fáil
Micheál Martin’s also said he doesn’t agree with Mary Hanafin’s point-of-view – that Ireland isn’t ready to vote his party back into power…
Here's why Fine Gael transfers could decide the 'Ming' by-election
There’s likely to be three non-Government front-runners in Roscommon-South Leitrim, all of whom will be battling for transfers from FG’s Maura Hopkins.
Lying in repose of Albert Reynolds at Dublin's Mansion House today
A book of condolences will also be opened at the Oak Room. A State Funeral is being arranged for Monday.
How Albert Reynolds made Ireland a fairer place for gay people
Reynolds’ government presided over the fist steps towards ending discrimination against the gay and lesbian community.
Nomadic beasts, hackneyed clichés and mild-mannered TDs: A not very productive day's work in the Dáil
Nobody particularly covered themselves in glory during Leaders’ Questions today….
Sinn Féin councillor set to be Dublin Lord Mayor for 2016 celebrations
The five largest groups on the council would share the position for a year each under a ‘rotating chains’ deal, with the independents likely to take the first turn.
Election 2014: The final count for Midlands North West to be rechecked tomorrow morning
It’s been a long process but we’re nearly there!
Election 2014 Liveblog: European and local results (plus Gilmore resigns) as it happened
Results in Dublin, Midlands and all the councils filled…
Sinn Féin take second seat in Ireland South
Liadh Ni Ríada joins perennial poll-topper Brian Crowley in Europe.
John McGuinness: I'll consider leadership bid if FF direction doesn't change
The PAC Chairman said he would consider challenging Micheál Martin’s leadership if action’s not taken to address Fianna Fáil’s direction.
If you're not sick of opinion polls already ... here's the 'poll of polls'
Two days out from polling day, here’s how the electoral landscape’s looking….
A tale of two parties: Here's how the Euros are shaping up, four days ahead of D-Day
Politicians will be blitzing the country this week. But after a raft of polls in the last few days, certain patterns are becoming clear….
Labour facing Euro wipeout, as latest polls show support collapse
Three national papers are running new opinion polls this morning. None of them contain good news for Labour.
Phil Hogan to nation: Lend me your votes
It follows a poll which shows an expected drop of seven per cent in support for Fine Gael in Friday’s local elections, compared to the last ballot five years ago.
It's on: Hanafin staying in race, despite Martin asking her three times to withdraw
“The portrayal on Saturday was ‘here’s a former minister muscling in’. Quite genuinely, I wasn’t.”
SF Ireland South candidate: "We have to put up with the fact that we're part of Europe"
Liadh Ní Riada says she’s determined to work within the structures of the EU to help Ireland access further funds for job creation.
‘Script issue’ to blame for Sinn Féin’s last minute pull-out from cross-party LGBT video
Averil Power of Fianna Fáil was aiming to organise an ‘all party’ video message on the issue of LGBT rights and St. Patrick’s Day…
Cowen: Kiely had no 'hand, act or part' in running of FF
There’s been a raft of media reports detailing the former CRC chief’s links with the party since the start of the payments controversy.
SF 'rebel' Tóibín confident he'll be back in the party fold by February
The Meath deputy was expelled last summer after he voted against the party on the Protection of Life during Pregnancy Bill.
Good news for Labour in new opinion poll, FF and SF both down
More than half of those questioned said they approved of the Government’s actions in leading the country out of the EU/IMF bailout.