The Irish Government may cover the cost of European Health Insurance Cards (EHICs) for people in Northern Ireland after Brexit.
Police in Ireland have insisted a taxi driver who admitted sexually assaulting three passengers has had his licence revoked.
Sinn Fein’s justice spokesman said it was “outrageous” that a man who admitted sexually assaulting three passengers is allowed to carry women in his taxi as part of his bail conditions.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has said that a no-deal Brexit looks “less likely” today than it did a week ago.
The leader of Sinn Fein has apologised for marching behind an “England Get Out of Ireland” banner on St Patrick’s Day.
Ireland’s foreign affairs minister has said there is no plan in place to protect the integrity of the EU single market in a no-deal Brexit scenario.
The Irish Government has promised to “call out” British ministers if legislation addressing Northern Ireland’s decades of violence is unfair or unbalanced.
The prime responsibility for protecting the Good Friday Agreement lies with Britain, Ireland’s deputy leader has said.
The Sinn Fein leader has been condemned for marching behind an “offensive” banner in New York’s St Patrick’s Day parade.
Irish deputy premier Simon Coveney has said the EU may offer the UK a 21-month Brexit extension.
The Irish Government has reiterated its call for a public inquiry to be held into the murder of Belfast solicitor Pat Finucane.
Any UK tariffs on agricultural trade between the UK and the Republic would be very damaging to the Irish economy, Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has warned.
The Irish premier has said Karen Bradley’s comments over deaths caused by soldiers and police during the Troubles were insensitive and wrong.
A suspicious package sent to a Scottish university is believed to be linked to the three explosive devices sent to transport hubs in London on Tuesday, Police Scotland has said.
Ireland’s foreign minister has warned against optimism over difficult Brexit negotiations between Brussels and London.
The Irish Government says the country cannot take their foot off the accelerator while preparing for a no-deal Brexit.
British Cabinet Office Minister David Lidington and Irish Foreign Affairs Minister Simon Coveney have held constructive talks in Dublin as the Brexit deadline looms.
The debate in the House of Commons on Tuesday illustrates the “fluidity” of Brexit, Ireland’s deputy premier has said.
Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has said the EU cannot compromise on the issue of the backstop to placate Conservative Brexiteers.
The Irish Government has published a wide range of emergency laws that will be enacted if the UK leaves the EU without a deal.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has told the Irish parliament that the UK Conservative government’s reliance on DUP votes “creates a problem” in restoring a government in Northern Ireland.
The Irish government has discussed its contingency plans for a no-deal Brexit at Tuesday’s Cabinet meeting.
Ireland will not be “steamrolled” into giving ground on the border backstop, the country’s deputy premier has said.
Irish Premier Leo Varadkar has said anyone hoping that EU solidarity with Ireland will falter on the Brexit border backstop is “in for a nasty surprise”.
The European Union is in no mood to sacrifice Ireland’s interests to get a Brexit deal, Ireland’s Foreign Affairs Minister has claimed.
Alternatives to the border backstop represent “wishful thinking”, the Irish Government said.
Former Brexit secretary Dominic Raab has accused Leo Varadkar of leaking details of a confidential meeting he held with an Irish minister.
Irish foreign minister Simon Coveney has said there are no “alternative arrangements” to replace the backstop in any Brexit deal.
Dublin has delivered a thinly veiled warning to Downing Street not to go back on the Brexit deal hammered out with the European Union.
Ireland’s deputy premier has played down comments made by Leo Varadkar who said soldiers could return to the border if Brexit goes “very wrong”.