Woman at the centre of the case became increasingly distressed as the pregnancy progressed and says she attempted to take her own life.

Migrant had been raped before she came to Ireland and requested an abortion

Carol McCullagh with her husband, Mohammed Syllah, and children Shane (7), Layla (4) and three-year-old Deen in the bedroom they share. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Carol McCullagh and her husband Mohammed Syllah were asked to leave the house they were renting when the landlord decided to sell(...)

  Photograph: Eric Luke

Minister points to people returning to work while organisations dealing with homelessness highlight the many households who h(...)

Ms Y arrived in the State in March and found out she was pregnant soon after. She had been raped before she came here, she says, and immediately said she wanted an abortion

Team, established over four weeks ago, tasked with reporting back ‘in the shortest possible period’

New guideline were written by a committee appointed last year by the Department of Health

New rules appear to go further than Protection of Life Act in early inductions

The average  rent for a house in Dublin is  11.7 per cent lower than it was  seven years ago.  Photograph: Frank Miller

PRTB says rents in capital up 10 per cent in the past year

Homeowners whose mortgages have been bought by so-called “vulture funds” protesting outside Leinster House yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson.

Homeowners protest at Leinster House over mortgages sold on by IBRC

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan and Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin gave a “helpful and important update” on the Budget to Cabinet this morning, Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe has confirmed.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Government says its ‘monitoring’ referendum in Scotland

The NWCI’s pre-budget submission, published yesterday.

NWCI says forthcoming budget an opportunity to bring us closer to an equal society

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