# politics - Saturday 12 April, 2014
You win some, you lose some…
# politics - Thursday 10 April, 2014
John McGuinness said the last time answers had to be “dragged” out of Rehab – today they want answers on public money and the group’s governance.
# politics - Saturday 5 April, 2014
It was almost a year ago that a complaint was made about the Minister for Justice telling Prime Time about Mick Wallace being cautioned by a garda over using his mobile phone while driving, writes William Campbell.
Just over three years into his first stint as a TD, Simon Harris has his eyes on Brussels.
# politics - Tuesday 1 April, 2014
# politics - Saturday 29 March, 2014
Support for Labour has fallen under 10 per cent yet again, while Sinn Féin is now just one point behind Fianna Fáil.
# politics - Tuesday 25 March, 2014
The chairperson of the Kilkenny Musical Society said feelings on this time in Irish history still run high in certain quarters.
# politics - Monday 24 March, 2014
Fifty councillors voted for the motion, one abstained and one councillor was absent.
# politics - Monday 17 March, 2014
Their senior counterparts lead the coalition government and the largest opposition party in the country, but what do Ireland’s future political leaders make of it all?
# politics - Saturday 15 March, 2014
Boston native Larry Donnelly takes a look at the most prominent elements of 2014’s weekend-long celebrations in America’s most Irish city, and how they compare with what’s happening here.
# politics - Thursday 13 March, 2014
The EU, Norway and the Faroe Islands have reached agreement although Simon Coveney expresses reservations.
# politics - Tuesday 11 March, 2014
properly run quota system would encourage parties to go find the good female candidates; without obligation this won’t happen, writes John Verling.
Crow was widely known for representing rail workers and being the face of various tube strike in London.
# politics - Sunday 9 March, 2014
Kelly said there is going to be a lot of SMEs cleared out ‘in one go’ following ECB stress tests.
# politics - Saturday 8 March, 2014
Everyone’s talking about Frank Flannery, International Women’s Day and the missing Malaysian Airline plane.
# politics - Friday 7 March, 2014
Sadly, it’s not funny at all. Poor Dave.
# politics - Wednesday 5 March, 2014
Industry is leading the way in discovering the benefits of gender balanced boardrooms, and the business of politics should be no different, writes Emer Higgins.
# politics - Tuesday 4 March, 2014
We must rail against the insidious notion that moral norms are not rights at all but, rather, privileges bestowed upon us by our kindly masters, writes Dr Tom Hickey.
Back to grind for Enda, Ukraine and Seachtain Na Gaeilge…everything happening in Leinster House today
Everything you wanted to know about the Oireachtas today but were too afraid to ask…
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The second-level students will also discuss global and warming employment matters with the politicians.
Maternity leave, working hours and acceptable behaviours are all things that need to be tackled, finds research.
# politics - Sunday 2 March, 2014
Emmett Hegarty put 30 hours a week into Brian Hayes’ 2011 campaign. Now he will seek election to South Dublin County Council for Fianna Fáil.
# politics - Saturday 1 March, 2014
Everyone’s talking about John Gilligan shooting, the Fine Gael Ard Fheis and Russian forces in the Ukraine.
# politics - Friday 28 February, 2014
The PAC said it could be Tuesday before they have legal clarity on whether they can publish salary figures.
Ah Katie. Was that necessary?
# politics - Thursday 27 February, 2014
The deals were made by former UK Prime Minster Tony Blair but should they be taken back?
# politics - Tuesday 25 February, 2014
This time three years ago Ireland was in the middle of one of the most dramatic general elections the country has ever seen. Remember all these memorable moments from the campaign?
An Garda Síochána has been all over the news recently, has it affected how you feel about them?
# politics - Sunday 23 February, 2014
With Kenneth Egan set to face the electorate, we look at some former sportspeople who turned to politics.
# politics - Saturday 22 February, 2014
# politics - Thursday 20 February, 2014
You could say they laid bare their concerns.
# politics - Monday 17 February, 2014
In Ireland ‘celebrity’ candidates are typically drawn from the sporting world – while in the US they’re often actors. Either way, don’t underestimate the potent blend of skills, experience and dynamism they bring to politics, writes Larry Donnelly.
# politics - Sunday 16 February, 2014
Reports today suggested Alex White and Kathleen Lynch were not consulted on health insurance, but James Reilly says that idea is “not accurate”.
# politics - Tuesday 11 February, 2014
Reynolds was in office less than three years, yet his legacy still resonates today, writes David McCann. So just what should we remember about one the country’s shortest serving leaders?
# politics - Monday 3 February, 2014
Jaan Van de Ven has been chosen as the new party leader.
# politics - Saturday 1 February, 2014
The Constitutional Convention will meet today and tomorrow to discuss whether the Dáil needs an overhaul. What do you think?
The Constitutional Convention will discuss Dáil reform this weekend.
# politics - Friday 31 January, 2014
The Olympic silver medallist is considering running as a Fine Gael candidate after he was approached by Minister Frances Fitzgerald.