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Some Irish islands face cuts in their services. One resident of Inishbofin says it might destroy their communities

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The Chats for Change campaign has been encouraging students to talk about stress and other mental-health problems

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Women in their 30s and 40s tend to be more hormonally stable, but issues emerge in the earlier and later years

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Background checks will soon be compulsory rather than optional for anyone working with children or vulnerable adults. But not eve(...)

Manor Street in Waterford where  anti-Roma protests took place

Gaby Muntean, a Roma community development worker talks about life in Ireland for her community

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