Tánaiste and Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade, Simon Coveney, T.D., has today unveiled the Government’s new dedicated Brexit website:

Michael Creed, Minister for Agriculture published the Report of the Review of the Agriculture Appeals Act, 2001

Tanáiste Simon Coveney, has announced his intention to provide €7.5 million over the period 2019-2021 to the International Fund for Agriculture and Development

The National Cyber Security Centre is aware that websites using software from a third-party vendor is causing visitors to those sites to mine cryptocurrency

The Minister for Justice, Charlie Flanagan, has today officially opened the new Letterkenny Courthouse. The opening ceremony was also attended by the Chief Justice, Mr Frank Clarke.

Childcare centres are being invited to apply for €6.8m in funding for extra spaces, natural outdoor play areas and maintenance work.

Youth development organisation Foróige launched in Philadelphia yesterday, Saturday 10th February 2018. Foróige Philadelphia will be the organisation's first international club...

Minster for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross TD and Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin TD, today paid tribute to Liam Miller who sadly passed away late last night...

Minister Harris welcomes deferral of industrial action by Section 39 workers "I welcome the deferral of industrial action by Section 39 workers and I'm pleased that services will not be disrupted...

e Department today announced that it has confirmed that the avian influenza subtype H5N6 detected in the wild bird found in County Tipperary on 31 January, is the highly pathogenic strain that has previously been confirmed in Great Britain and mainland Europe.