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North Korea's parliament meets amid nuclear tension
The meeting comes following near-daily threats from Pyongyang, which has reacted with anger over US-South Korean military drills.
Shatter 'glad he did not bring wife to AGSI meeting'
The Garda Representative Association has said it is not inviting Minister Shatter
Video: Pope Francis in unprecedented meeting with predecessor Benedict
The two men prayed after Pope Francis arrived at ‘Emeritus Pope’ Benedict’s lakeside residence in Castel Gandolfo earlier today in what was an historic rendezvous.
Varadkar: No special pay deals for unions who walked out of talks
The transport minister says unions who left the Croke Park 2 talks left members “high and dry” and cannot get concessions.
Gardaí to roll out 'second menu of options' after GRA meeting next week
The new set of options could see gardaí refuse to work overtime without a written request from the officer in charge.
Gilmore meets new US Secretary of State John Kerry
The pair agreed to formally meet again in Washington DC around St Patrick’s Day.
Oireachtas committee 'concerned at difficulties between Health Dept and Ombudsman'
They have now called on a member of the Department of Health to address their concerns about
24/7 Frontline Service Alliance to agree on collective strategy
The alliance is to hold a joint meeting to discuss the strategy and review the Croke Park extension talks on Thursday.
Gardaí bring bank statements to Commissioner meeting to highlight cuts
Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan said after the meeting he hopes nothing will be said or done to interfere with the public’s support.
Emergency workers set for national rally on pay cuts
The 24/7 Frontline Alliance represents gardaí, healthcare workers, prison officers, firefighters and paramedics.
Magdalene survivors "expect apology next week"
Meanwhile, the Justice for Magdalenes group has published a redacted version of its principal submission on the laundries online.
EU agriculture ministers to discuss horsemeat controversy in Brussels today
Agriculture Minister, including Simon Coveney, meet today as officials in the UK last night raided two firms alleged to be connected to the mislabelling of meat products.
Daly accepts "full responsibility for serious lack of judgement"
The TD was pulled over by gardaí on Monday night, and gave a blood sample to see what her blood alcohol level was.
21 pictures of Enda Kenny meeting famous people
Our leader meets a lot of people and there are plenty of them who are pretty famous….
In pictures: Bill Gates meets Irish leaders
The billionaire Microsoft founder was visiting to discuss development aid priorities for Ireland’s EU Presidency.
'David vs Goliath' dispute over Labour chairmanship is over says Keaveney
The Labour chairman has been assured his position is safe following a meeting of the party’s executive board in Dublin today in the wake of his vote against the Budget last month.
Column: Why shouldn’t there be ‘abortion on demand’?
The Government is desperate to avoid “abortion on demand”, writes Sarah McCarthy – but in reality, women should be trusted to make the choice.
Sparks fly as Fianna Fáil fail to defer Dublin City Council budget
A Fianna Fáil councillor accused Fine Gael and Labour of voting through a ‘half-baked budget’, while a Labour councillor said that some behaviour was a “publicity stunt”
Pics: Taoiseach and Tánaiste arrive for crucial Cabinet meeting
Enda Kenny and Eamon Gilmore spoke to the media as they arrived at government buildings this morning to discuss the expert group on abortion’s final report.
Photo professionals say new driver's licence system could cost jobs
Photo ID Professionals said that the system for the new driving licence means some photographers will lose a big part of their business.
SIPTU calls emergency meeting of Aer Lingus pension committee
They are to discuss an IBEC/ICTU five-point-plan aimed at establishing a process to resolve the pension dispute at the airline.
'The Forgotten Dead': Calls for database for unidentified remains
Families who lost their relations at sea would like the database to be created to aid in the search for missing people.
SIPTU president: Congress should not meet again with Troika
He will put a motion before the Executive Council of Congress today calling for an end to any further meetings with the Troika.
Unrest breaks out at Cork City Council meeting
One councillor slammed the disruption of the meeting as ‘tantamount to fascism’, while another congratulated those involved on their protest.
The Evening Fix... now with added School Around the Corner
Here are the things we learned, shared and loved today.
Major French bank predicts next moves for Europe
Ahead of crunch talks between major country leaders and 6 September ECB meeting, Société Générale economist has some predictions: including possibly unlimited ECB bond-buying.
What is the cost of repairing pyrite-damaged homes?
The subject will be discussed today when the government’s pyrite panel takes part in an Oireachtas committee meeting.
Syria: Government troops fight back against rebels in Damascus
The move is an attempt to take over rebel-held areas in Damascus and Aleppo, two of the biggest cities in the country.
Adams: Orange Order should contribute to peace process
The Sinn Féin leader said today that the order needs to “step forward”, which means dialogue with residents and dialogue with Sinn Féin.
Symphysiotomy survivors "repudiate" Walsh report
The 160 women who met last night to discuss the issue said they will not co-operate with phase two of the report.
Queen to meet McGuinness in Belfast – but still no decision on handshake photo
Martin McGuinness will meet the Queen at a charity event in Belfast – but there’s still no confirmation on whether a photographer will capture it.
No decision on photo of Queen-McGuinness handshake
A spokesperson for the UK government has said that arrangements for the historic meeting have still not been finalised.
McGuinness meeting with Queen 'a major challenge for Republicans' - Adams
The Sinn Féin president acknowledged the enormity of next week’s planned meeting between Martin McGuinness and Queen Elizabeth next week.
Unions, staff to hold talks at Shannon over plans to sell off hangar
Staff and unions for Aer Lingus are unhappy with the plan which will see 55 workers face compulsory redundancy or relocation.
Senator McAleese meets with Magdalene survivors
The Justice for Magdalenes group said that survivors and family members of survivors met with the Senator to discuss state interaction with the Magdalene Laundries.
Shatter will not say whether or not he met Lowry after Moriarty findings
The Justice Minister has failed to respond to repeated questions about whether or not he met with independent TD Michael Lowry following the publication of the Moriarty Tribunal report.
Cavan players urge manager Andrews to quit
The players’ suggestions will reportedly be considered at a county board meeting on Thursday.
Priory Hall residents request meeting with Irish Banking Federation
Later this month, they will hear if Dublin City Council has to provide them with temporary accommodation. The residents are requesting that mortgage providers suspend their mortgages until a solution is put in place.
Bohemians secure agreement with Zurich bank
The club have done a deal whereby interest payments will be rolled up into their payment of debt of over €4 million.