# state - Today’s News
Is it bad breath? Talking about their ex? We need to know.
# state - Sunday 3 November, 2013
Correspondence about a memorial has been sent to Minister Shatter, who is said to be considering the information.
The gifts included clocks and cufflinks – and a currach made out of ceramic.
# state - Friday 1 November, 2013
The SIPTU leader claims that the move would grow business and protect jobs.
# state - Monday 30 September, 2013
The latest CSO statistics show that marriage and divorce rates have fallen, while bride and grooms are getting older.
# state - Tuesday 3 September, 2013
# state - Monday 10 June, 2013
Public Accounts Committee chairman John McGuinness says a case could be made for the taxpayer footing the bill. Do you agree?
# state - Wednesday 5 June, 2013
It was English paper I for both groups this morning, with Home Ec and English paper II being sat this afternoon.
The Minister said he is “delighted” that 4,000 additional students will sit the Higher Level Maths paper this year.
# state - Thursday 30 May, 2013
Senator Jillian Van Turnhout said that the amount of GDP Ireland spends on preschool care and education compared to other European countries is “stark”.
# state - Friday 17 May, 2013
The group said that it has ended its political campaign now that the objectives of an apology and a redress scheme for Magdalene survivors have been achieved.
# state - Thursday 9 May, 2013
Austerity has not worked in Ireland or across the eurozone, writes Joan Collins, who points out that even the architects of our bailout admit it was the wrong path.
# state - Tuesday 30 April, 2013
The explosion took place in the central district of Marjeh, Syrian state television said.
# state - Monday 29 April, 2013
Roisín Shorthall says that if the State was to be reimbursed by insurers for welfare payments taken out while people are injured and claim welfare, they could save millions.
# state - Sunday 21 April, 2013
Two men who spent time in the Bethany Home as children spoke to TheJournal.ie about the neglect they say they experienced there.
# state - Friday 19 April, 2013
Tensions are high this week between the judicial and executive branches of government, writes Roderic O’Gorman, who says if we want a truly independent judiciary, we must be prepared to undertake radical reform.
# state - Thursday 21 March, 2013
The bank said in a statement that the next move “may prove its salvation or destruction”.
# state - Thursday 14 February, 2013
Justice Minister Alan Shatter has said the Government wants to bring closure to the issue.
# state - Wednesday 13 February, 2013
The Irish Heart Foundation is calling on the State to start spending more money on quit services as National No Smoking Day is marked today.
# state - Monday 11 February, 2013
Members of the Magdalene Survivors Together will meet with Taoiseach Enda Kenny this afternoon but another group has sought clarification on the purpose of any meeting.
# state - Wednesday 6 February, 2013
The Departments of Finance, Health, Social Welfare and Education all used the laundry on Sean McDermott Street in Dublin.
# state - Tuesday 5 February, 2013
The report published today includes a section devoted to survivors’ first-hand accounts of life in a Laundry.
The four orders whose Laundries were investigated in the report express regret for the abuse uncovered there.
Despite a common perception that the laundries were highly profitable, the report by Senator Martin McAleese says they barely broke even.
“That is not an apology… it is a cop out,” survivors said of Enda Kenny’s comments in the Dáil this afternoon.
# state - Sunday 3 February, 2013
You have been and will be hearing a lot about promissory notes in the coming weeks but what’s it all about? We’ve taken your questions, come up with some of our own and asked the experts…
# state - Monday 28 January, 2013
The amount was revealed in a Parliamentary Question which was asked last week.
# state - Monday 14 January, 2013
Ruairí Quinn said the survey is a historic opportunity to parents say whether schools should be denominational, multi-denominational, all-Irish or something else.
# state - Thursday 29 November, 2012
The US has responded by saying the vote sets ‘obstacles’ to peace, while Canada’s UN ambassador said it “undermines the core” of attempts to broker a peace deal.
# state - Thursday 22 November, 2012
The tax was introduced in 2010 to target wealthy Irish exiles who earn more than €1 million a year and also have assets of over €5 million in Ireland.
# state - Thursday 8 November, 2012
The head of Amnesty International Ireland addresses concerns of the ‘No’ camp in Children’s Referendum – and says the Constitution will still be unambiguous in asserting the status of the family.
# state - Friday 2 November, 2012
Imagine asking for a pay rise after your business goes bust. That’s the reality of increments, writes Keith Redmond.
# state - Thursday 1 November, 2012
The High Court today rejected the claim by Mark McCrystal that the Government is using public money to call for a Yes vote – but now the case will go to the Supreme Court.
# state - Thursday 11 October, 2012
Here’s the things we learned, shared and loved today.
# state - Sunday 30 September, 2012
One woman tells the story of her mother who was sent to a Laundry in Dublin at the age of 16 – and died there at the age of 51.
# state - Thursday 13 September, 2012
A new report by researchers at UCC found that a significant number of children who applied for asylum in Ireland disappeared – and may have been trafficked.
# state - Tuesday 11 September, 2012
The committee chairperson Martin McAleese said that extra information has to be examined which could add “in a meaningful way” to the overall outcome.
# state - Tuesday 28 August, 2012
Everyone is free to practice their religion – but that shouldn’t have anything to do with how we run the country, argue Nathan Wheeler and Sean Cassidy.
# state - Saturday 11 August, 2012
A Dublin TD is calling the situation a ‘scandal’.
# state - Friday 3 August, 2012
Payments to former Taoisigh for secretarial allowances continued until March – despite Enda Kenny telling the Dáil they would end in January, TheJournal.ie can reveal.
# state - Saturday 23 June, 2012
Mark Boyle, an Irishman in Japan, says his home country and his adopted one have polar attitudes to government – and neither have been served well by their approach…