Review of card holders' 'eligibility' will terrify parents
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FORMER British Prime Minister John Major was toasted at an event in Dublin to mark the 20th anniversary of the Downing Street Declaration.
A CORONER has asked the family of a schoolgirl who died by hanging to hand over more details about alleged bullying to investigating gardai.
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny has put €800,000 into the Fine Gael war chest for next year's local and European elections.
CHAMPION horse trainer Willie Mullins has demanded a rethink on EirGrid plans to build a network of pylons, claiming it will damage our equine industry.
A lack of access to crucial MI5 intelligence is hampering garda attempts to find the mole who the Smithwick tribunal says colluded with the Provisional IRA in the murder of two RUC officers.
Budget backlash? What Budget backlash? Indeed, what about Budget 2014? Despite containing €2.5bn worth of extra taxes and spending cuts, it's like it never happened.
IT was a sight to behold -- as wondrous as a big bright star over Bethlehem. For there, in the middle of the choir, harmoniously singing from the same hymn sheet, were Enda Kenny and rebel Fine Gael TD Peter Mathews.
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny says he is going to thank people for their "exceptional sacrifices" in his 'State of the Nation' speech to mark the country's exit from the bailout.
A TOTAL of €3.3m is to be spent sorting out the sludge problem at the water treatment plant which left 1.5 million Dubliners without nightly water supplies last month.
FURTHER strike action at the Marks & Spencer chain has been deferred following intervention by the Labour Court.
Glam up your glasses ahead of Christmas party season thanks to Aurora at Specsavers.
Specsavers is once again sponsoring the children’s categories at this year’s Bord Gais Energy Irish Book Awards.
The clock’s going back and the end of Daylight Savings Time marks a period when the days get shorter and the evenings get longer.
Model, actress and fashion icon Suki Waterhouse visited Kildare Village to celebrate the seasonal ‘Toast to Chic’ campaign, this year’s festive campaign at the Collection of nine Chic Outlet Shopping® Villages in Europe.
If you get a strong sense of ‘déjà vu’ when you open your Christmas presents this year, you may have very good reason.
There’s a new dance craze sweeping Ireland ...
The increase in the credit appeal limit figure from €500k to €3m, has been given a strong welcome by the Head of the Credit Review Office, John Trethowan.
The natural choice for parcel deliveries in Ireland has always been An Post. With unrivalled local knowledge, An Post collect from any address in the Republic of Ireland and deliver nationwide or anywhere worldwide.
What started out as one man, a laptop and a handful of memory cards has grown into the electronic gadgets company, Memory Man, who carry over 400 products and ship over 1,500 items monthly.