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DPP drops all charges against Jobstown defendants

The DPP has dropped all charges against ten people arrested in relation to the 2014 water charges protest in Jobstown.  A charge of criminal damage...

Victims of Dublin and Monaghan bombings to be remembered today

A wreath-laying ceremony will take place in the city centre this afternoon to mark the 43th anniversary of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings, in...

Catholic Church failure to address wrongs of the past “simply morally...

A member of the Public Accounts Committee has called on the Catholic Church to pay its share of the spiralling costs involved in the...

Local TD accuses Taoiseach of dishonesty and calls for Garda Commissioner...

Dublin South West Anti-Austerity Alliance TD Paul Murphy accused Taoiseach Enda Kenny of having a "casual relationship with the truth" during yesterdays heated Leaders Questions...

Memorial to be unveiled tomorrow for victims of 1916 North King...

In one of the last days of the Easter Rising, Friday April 28th, 1916, the worst civilian atrocity ever perpetrated by the British Army...

Local TD says Banking Inquiry findings vindicate party stance on bondholders

Deputy Sean Crowe has described Sinn Fein's position of wanting to impose losses on senior bondholders following the banking collapse as the correct and...

Has tax payer got value for money for €5 million banking...

After working through over 40,000 documents and hearing 400 hours of evidence the banking inquiry released its report yesterday and the Irish public was...
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