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Matt Doherty on the move as Tottenham and Wolves agree £15million fee for Irish defender
This comes as great news for the Dubliner’s former club Bohemians, who are set for a big windfall.
Royal assent given to Brexit deal as Johnson hails 'crossing the finish line' despite ongoing negotiations
The British Prime Minister called for the “rancour and division” to be left behind.
Barcelona agree record €160 million deal with Liverpool for Coutinho
The Merseyside club issued a statement on Saturday evening confirming the Brazilian’s departure.
Lidl gets green light for Castleknock development following local criticism
The development will cost an estimated €15 million.
Here's everything we know about the Budget so far
The announcement is not until tomorrow but details are already emerging.
Cars are going to be banned from large parts of Dublin city centre, says council
It’s all change in Dublin city.
Kate Feeney and Mary Hanafin will battle it out for Fianna Fail in Dún Laoghaire
The Battle of Blackrock resumes…
Lucinda Creighton is launching her new party on Friday the 13th
That’s today…
Usher is actually going to play Maniac 2000 in Dublin later this month
Mark McCabe is finally going global.
Staff at Dunnes Stores set to strike over work and pay conditions
Two thirds of Mandate Trade Union workers voted in favour of the industrial action.
Ireland has just passed laws to introduce plain packs, but when will they be in the shops?
The government expects a legal challenge to legislation passed by the Oireachtas today.
One man is on a mission to save the Pink Snack, are you in?
It’s on.
A shop devoted to Tayto sandwiches is coming to Dublin
For 10 days only!
It's official: Ireland will be the first country in the EU to bring in plain packaging on cigarettes
“Cigarette packets will no longer be a mobile advertisement for the tobacco industry,” said Minister James Reilly.
Aer Lingus strike to take place on Friday
The cabin crew have expressed regret that the dispute about rosters has led to strike action.
It's official: Luke 'Ming' Flanagan is running for Europe
There had been much speculation in recent days that the Roscommon-South Leitrim TD would throw his hat into the ring.