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Watching television used to be simple. Not all that long ago, most Irish people – at least those who lived beyond the Pale – had a single channel and(...)

An air passenger’s rights in the case of cancellation are clear and unambiguous. Photograph: Denis Doyle/Getty Images

“You probably get lots of complaints from unhappy Ryanair customers,” starts a mail from Anne Marie Kealy. “In December four of us flew to Cologne (...)

Shane Richie and Jessica Wallace in rehearsals for The Perfect Murder. Photograph: Darren Bell

As Kat and Alfie in EastEnders, Shane Richie and Jessica Wallace have played out some far-fetched storylines, but one plot they still struggle with i(...)

Fine Gael’s John Deasy accused the HSE of lying to the Oireachtas over the apology. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Senior Health Service Executive (HSE) officials have been accused of “lying” to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) over claims it apologised to a vul(...)

Mark Griffin, Secretary General of the Department of Communications, appears before the Public Accounts Committee to discuss Eircode.

The levels of awareness and usage of Eircodes will increase dramatically this year as the new postal system starts being used by more government depar(...)

 Minister for Communications  Alex White at the official launch of the Eircode system in  Dublin. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

The National Ambulance Service of Ireland is to start using the controversial Eircode postal system from the middle of next month. Martin Dunne, the(...)

Noeline Blackwell, director of Flac, has welcomed a new legal scheme for people in mortgage debt. File photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A new legal support scheme for people in mortgage debt has been welcomed as a necessary measure for those at risk of losing their homes. The scheme, (...)

The hotel said that “during the incident the fire team and management followed correct protocols designed to ensure the safety of our guests and staff”. Photograph: The Irish Times

The Shelbourne Hotel has refused to comment on fresh claims from guests caught up in an evacuation early on Saturday morning that they were not proper(...)

Yorkies used to be 70g, now they are 46g but the company still charges you the same amount of money.

It is very reassuring to know that the multi-national companies who make all those chocolates and ice-cream that we love so much are suddenly willing (...)

What was TS Eliot thinking when he described April as the “cruellest month” in his poem The Waste Land? April is a walk in the park compared with Jan(...)