Sinn Féin deputy leader Pearse Doherty has said his conviction for a “very minor breach of the peace” has been dealt with and called on Tánaiste Leo Varadkar to focus on supporting people who cannot heat their homes.
It started with Sinn Féin’s Pearse Doherty accusing Fine Gael and Leo Varadkar of “being out of touch” as an expert ESRI report detailing spiralling living costs was discussed.
The main retail banks have been cleared by the State’s competition watchdog to set up a money-transfer app to rival Revolut.
The Clinical Director of Navan Hospital has clashed with his niece – Justice Minister Helen McEntee – over the safety of the hospital's emergency department.
A significant fire has broken out at a premises in Carlow and is causing poor visibility in the area.
The Irish Community Air Ambulance responded to the highest number of road traffic collisions during the month of May since the organisation first launched.
Innocent families are being targeted in a cash drive by the anti-Maguire faction in the deadly Drogheda feud, it can be revealed.
The Court of Appeal has ordered that Dublin City Council provide further information about how it adopted a plan for a controversial new two-lane cycleway at Strand Road in Sandymount.