Enjoying coffee and a chat at Tír na nÓg Coffee shop in the Ballymun shopping centre at the weekend, before the cafe closed down. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

Only five shops still trading in intended commercial centre of regenerated area

Eamon Timmins of Age Action Ireland called for the findings of Beaumont’s investigation to be made public. Photograph: The Irish Times

Advocates for elderly and nursing representatives critical of ‘ill-equipped’ settings

Vast majority of undocumented migrants entered the State legally

Brigid Quilligan, director of the Irish Traveller Movement, outside the Four Courts yesterday. She said the judgment showed “discrimination [was] very alive and well”. Photograph: Courts/Collins

Irish Human Rights and Equality Commission says the decision demands a response from the State

 Mayeli Hernandez who was forced to leave    Honduras as a 12-year-old due to increasing violence. Amnesty International governments paid lip-service to protecting civilians last year while “failing miserably”. Photograph: Alex Wong/Getty

Global rights organisation calls on governments to do more to support those fleeing violence

Draft Protection of Life during Pregnancy Bill. With regard to the PLDPA and the accompanying guidance, Amnesty says: “Neither . . . provided sufficient assistance to medical professionals in assessing when a pregnancy posed a risk to life, or adequately protected the rights of the pregnant woman or girl”. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Accompanying guidance published by the Department of Health also criticised

A file image of  Mary Stokes who challenged the admissions policy of the Christian Brothers High School in Clonmel, Co Tipperary. Photograph: Collins

Traveller claimed rule giving preference to children of past pupils was discriminatory

 Daithí Doolan: figures obtained by the Sinn Féin Councillor indicate  the council was owed almost €23 million on December 8th, 2014, by 14,191 households. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

The council, owed over €23m in arrears, may relax rule stopping debtors changing home

Crowds gather outside the Central Bank in Dublin to protest against the jailing of five anti-water charge protesters. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

Derek Byrne and Paul Moore are believed to have been refusing food since Friday

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