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Filming of RTE’s Haughey drama starts this week

Filming of RTE’s Haughey drama starts this week

Love/Hate star Aidan Gillen will play former Taoiseach Charles Haughey in a new three-part drama.…

Colm Tóibín makes shortlist for Man Booker Prize

Colm Tóibín makes shortlist for Man Booker Prize

The shortlist for the Man Booker Prize was announced this month. The prize is the most prestigious of its kind given to writers of British, Irish or Commonwealth origins. The…

Curious Love/Hate scenes filmed in Liberties

Curious Love/Hate scenes filmed in Liberties

With an action-packed ending to the last season of Love/Hate it is hard to see how writers at RTÉ plan to top it. However the cast has already started filming…

Passenger heads for Vicar Street

Passenger heads for Vicar Street

Back by popular demand, Passenger has announced that he has added extra dates to his Irish tour with a stint in Vicar Street. Passenger is currently storming the charts with…

Website to report on cases involving children

Website to report on cases involving children

The Child Care Law Reporting Project website aims to provide the public with an insight into why children are taken into state care. …

1,000 visitors attend the 8th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair in Liberty Hall

1,000 visitors attend the 8th Dublin Anarchist Bookfair in Liberty Hall

The annual Dublin Anarchist Bookfair was held in Liberty Hall on 6 April.…

Magdalene survivors call for State apology

Magdalene survivors call for State apology

The Taoiseach is expected to apologise on behalf of the State to the survivors of the Magdalene Laundries, for the role it played in placing women in the institutions... …

Local TDs react to IBRC debt deal

Local TDs react to IBRC debt deal

Labour TD Michael Conaghan has said that last week’s promissory notes debt deal “is another huge step on the road to rebuilding our broken economy”... …

More cuts expected in Budget 2013

More cuts expected in Budget 2013

Local community groups struggle in the face of harsh austerity cuts, writes Megan Naughton…

Bank of Ireland robbery investigation

Bank of Ireland robbery investigation

Gardaí are seeking information regarding a bank robbery in College green, writes Louisa McGrath…

Location, location, location

Location, location, location

St.James's joins another three hospitals in the bid for the location of the new children's hospital in Dublin.…

It’s time to switch

It’s time to switch

The current analogue television signal will change to digital throughout the country at the end of this month.…