Jim Lucey: said recognition of the importance of emotional health was “necessary and progressive”. Photograph: Dave Meehan

Our path to recovery as a nation can only be sustained by promoting our emotional and mental health, a leading psychiatrist said last night. “I(...)

“This year is our busiest year since we opened 33 years ago.” Photograph: Frank Miller 15.1.04

It is a sign the economy is on the rebound when the manager of one of Ireland’s most celebrated restaurants says it is enjoying its busiest year si(...)

The Department of Education and Science in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Five secondary school teachers last year received lump sums of more than €150,000 when retiring from the profession, new figures show.Data provided by(...)

The man is to pay a revised monthly mortgage payment of €1,200 on the home for 10 years and three months up to his 70th birthday.

A 59-year old stonemason who is a married man has secured a €223,000 write-down on his €346,390 family home mortgage as part of a personal insolvency (...)

The planning board found that while accepting that the proposal would be visually prominent in some views, it concluded that the visual impact would be acceptable.

An Bord Pleanála has overruled its planning inspector to give the go ahead to plans for a substantial €80 million wind farm in north Tipperary that w(...)

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An inquest heard yesterday how a woman died when her car, with her six-year-old grandson in the front seat, reversed and rolled over her.At the Coro(...)

Threatened action by the DPC followed a complaint to it from the chief executive of the Irish Dental Union, Fintan Hourihan who argued there was no statutory basis or public interest justification for the publication of the payments. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Ttimes

The Health Service Executive (HSE) has been forced to remove from its website details of State payments running into billions of euro to thousands (...)

Patrick Barry (80), of Well Road ,Kilkee, Co Clare, has been found guilty on 59 counts of indecent assault against 11 primary school girls between 1964 and 1985 at the two-teacher Moyasta school in west Clare.

Old school friends wept and embraced in court yesterday after a jury found their former principal, Patrick Barry (80) guilty of indecent assaults a(...)

The top earner in Irish local authorities is Dublin City Council’s chief executive Owen Keegan, who earns €175,721 a year.

Minister for the Environment Phil Hogan has confirmed that there are 216 local authority staff currently earning more than €100,000 each.The top earn(...)

A Limerick teenager who parked his car across two disabled parking spaces has been accused by a judge of breathtaking arrogance and a “lack of human f(...)