A third of Dublin dwellers born elsewhere

Paul, Matthew, Zoe, Ryan, Lèon and Amy Fox enjoy the banks of the river Moy in Ballina, Co Mayo. Paul and Lèon moved there from Dublin in 2004 when they were starting their family

A number of rural-born city dwellers discuss their links with their home places

Cash payout: more than 200 former councillors are set to receive severance payments totalling in excess of €5.4 million in the wake of losing their seats in local elections or due to the abolition of councils. Photograph: David Sleator

Recently merged Tipperary council to pay ex-councillors in excess of €1m

EuroMillions winner Dolores McNamara, from Limerick,  after  she was  presented with her cheque for  more than  €115 million. Photograph: Frank Miller/The irish Times

Dublin is the second luckiest county, with 2.2 lottery millionaires per 10,000 population

Graham Jones:  “[Suicide] has always been something that’s been there just under the surface”. Photograph: Gabriel Noonan

Film follows mourners as they make their way to the funeral of Davin, the film’s eponymous absent central character, as they react(...)

Children of the diaspora would get a “taste of Irish education” as well as introducing them to Irish history, culture and “maybe an opportunity to trace their roots”.

Government would approve plan for children of emigrants, say documents

Charlie Flanagan warned the situation of unaccompanied migrant children entering the US ‘may now impact negatively on the prospects for wider immigration reform progress being achieved over the immediate period ahead’. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

High numbers of minors entering the US from Latin America may cause delays

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan supports the project which began prior to his appointment. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

Card would be "much demanded" by younger citizens, says department

Founding director of Headstrong Dr Tony Bates: “If we don’t intervene now, as a country, and make our young people’s mental health a national priority we are just storing up and escalating entrenched mental-health issues for the future.” Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy.

Anxiety, depression and isolation addressed by mental health service

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