Local Election: Share of Elected Seats
Areas reported: 136 of 137
Voter Turnout: 52% (in reported areas)
Seats Left to be Filled: 6
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County by County Updates
- Thomas Byrne could seek recount if battle with Pat The Cope gets tight
- Independent Diarmuid O’Flynn eliminated from Ireland South race...
- Sitting MEP Phil Prendergast loses her seat
- Sitting MEP Jim Higgins eliminated from Midlands North West count
- Fingal County council: Final counts filled overnight
- Wexford Electoral area: Browne & Carthy Elections transform count...
- Ireland Midlands North-West update: first count expected at 3pm
- Mayo latest: Mayo recounts underway
- Limerick County Council latest: FG cllr takes fourth last seat
- Fingal County Council: Recount underway for Swords ward
- Count finishes for Donegal County Council - FF remains biggest party
- Kildare County Council count finishes - 12 FF, 9 FG, 9 Ind, 5 Lab, 5SF
- Latest from Longford: Recount called after sixth count in Granard ward
- Limerick: Former FF National Executive member who failed to secure party...
- Sligo: Final result in Sligo electoral area
- Mayo: Second area completes count
- Donegal: Marathon count for Letterkenny heads for midnight
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Election 2014: Latest News
Burton begins push by targeting 'high earners'
JOAN Burton has appealed to Labour members by suggesting she will clamp down on tax breaks for high earners if elected leader
Standing room only as candidates fight for space on plinth
DEPUTY leader candidates...
Why suddenly all is changed, changed utterly, on the contentious issue of medical cards
County by County Updates
- Limerick: Counting finally begins in Adare Rathkeale electoral area
- Sligo: Second recount starts in Ballymote/Tubbercurry
- Kilkenny: Recount to take place tomorrow for Castlecomer Electoral...
- Limerick: Third AAA candidate elected
- Carlow: How the 2009 electorate voted
- Limerick: Recount underway in one of Limerick's six electoral areas
- Carlow: Election count comes to a close
- Donegal: Difficult day for Fine Gael in the Glenties
- Donegal: Six seats filled in Stranorlar Electoral Area
- Kerry: Sinn Fein win another seat on county council
- Kildare: O'Rourke (FF) first and only candidate elected in Celbridge...
- Donegal: Councillor investigated for double expenses claims loses seat
- Roscommon: Fianna Fail bounce back
- Letterkenny: First count summary
- Limerick: New political landscape much younger and diverse
- Monaghan: Fine Gael take a serious hit
- Waterford: Wyse become's one of the country's youngest new councillors
Education is key, Taoiseach tells students
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny told students the government wanted Ireland to be...
Committee urged to fight Kerins' legal action
Members of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) were yesterday advised to...
Tax burden on workers is 'too heavy', says Taoiseach
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny has promised to lift the "too heavy" tax burden on...
[TICON-A VIDEO] 'Vindictive' FG under fire after Creighton quits EU post
[TICON-A VIDEO] ‘Our government doesn’t have endless cheques for next Budget’ - Taoiseach
martin had fighting talk
[TICON-A VIDEO] Alan Shatter calls for GSOC bosses to resign
[TICON-A VIDEO] Ministers told: 'no spending spree' in Budget
Businessman who lost council election to run for the Seanad
Dad 'nearly lost his eye' in alleged teen attack
THE DPP is being asked to drop a prosecution against a youth who was allegedly...
Two men appear in court in connection to violent death
One of two men charged in relation to the violent...
Irishman kicked, punched, stripped and then left for dead by 'laughing' couple, court told
An "easy-going and...
Face of woman accused of making false rape claim
Teen (16) threatened to stab Bus Eireann worker and rape his children during attack
Court fines to be paid in local shops
Solicitor Kean is appealing €20,000 case fine
Businessman avoids being sent to jail
Celebrity solicitor Gerald Kean appeals professional misconduct finding against him
Education Minister expresses concern over use of JobBridge to hire teachers and SNAs
Education Minister Jan...
O'Sullivan urged to row back on Junior Cert reform
SECONDARY school managers have called on Education Minister Jan O'Sullivan to row back on Junior Cert reform in the interests of...
Mixed-year classes are harder on girls' morale
Primary school girls who are taught in mixed-year classes can suffer from low self-...