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Taoiseach backs same sex marriage for 2015 referendum

Taoiseach backs same sex marriage for 2015 referendum

The Government has announced its intention to hold a referendum on the legalisation of gay marriage in 2015.…

Former Anglo secretary pleads ‘not guilty’ to revenue offences

Former Anglo secretary pleads ‘not guilty’ to revenue offences

The former Anglo Irish Bank executive, Bernard Daly from Collins Avenue West, appeared before Judge O’Donnell in the Dublin District Court after he was arrested on Chancery Street at 1pm…

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie releases Christmas charity single

Aoibheann’s Pink Tie releases Christmas charity single

Cancer support charity Aoibheann’s Pink Tie, which featured on the Secret Millionaire in September, has released a charity single, to raise money for families of children with cancer.…

The Tivoli Theatre presents Jack and the Beanstalk panto

The Tivoli Theatre presents Jack and the Beanstalk panto

The Cheerios Panto returns to the Tivoli Theatre this year, with what producers say will be its best show yet…

Senator’s condition is serious yet stable

Senator’s condition is serious yet stable

Senator Harte, suffering from serious head injuries, is said to be in stable condition following fall.…

Dublin Bus strike gets the boot by SIPTU

Dublin Bus strike gets the boot by SIPTU

Members of SIPTU have opposed possible strike action by Dublin Bus.…

Motor tax offices close to tackle backlog

Motor tax offices close to tackle backlog

Motor tax offices across Dublin city are due to close next week in order to deal with a backlog that has arisen from recent law changes.…

All-Ireland final proves fertile ground for ticket touts

All-Ireland final proves fertile ground for ticket touts

Tickets for Dublin's All-Ireland final were selling for as much as €1,200 on eBay.…

Electronic Cigarettes contain toxic chemicals

Electronic Cigarettes contain toxic chemicals

  A recent report has revealed that the popular new Electronic Cigarette may be just as harmful as regular tobacco. Following plans to ban Electronic Cigarettes from public places in…

Launch of Magdalene Laundries history project

Launch of Magdalene Laundries history project

The launch of the The Magdalene Institutions: Recording an Oral and Archival History project took place in Liberty Hall on the 28 October.…

Technology jobs announced in Dublin

Technology jobs announced in Dublin

Minister Richard Bruton announces new technology jobs in Dublin…

Local TD vows to continue fight for X case legislation

Local TD vows to continue fight for X case legislation

Hundreds of protestors gathered outside The Dáil to express their anger at the the tragic death of Savita Halappanavar last month.…