Ireland on May 12 th and The Social Network’s coverage of the event (“’Limitless love’ on display for Sean(...)

Chairman Justice Alan Mahon has ruled all documents other than specified “relevant material” be returned to the person who provided them or their lawyers. Photograph: The Irish Times

(...) who provided them or their lawyers. “In the event that the party who provided the documentation does(...)

The  best solution  for uncomfortable events where you don’t know anyone is arranging to be the speaker

(...) most of your time? How did you hear about the event?And when nothing else works, I’ve often simply said(...)

(...) their lives because they do not think about gambling the way most people do.A literature review at the(...)

 Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald and Michael Donnelan, director general of the  Irish Prison Service, answer questions  at the launch of the Irish Prison Service and  Probation Service annual reports and joint strategy  in Smithfield,  Dublin, on May 18th, 2015. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Minister for Justice Frances Fitzgerald has commissioned a review of the drugs and alcohol(...)

Review: The Merry Widow

NCH, Dublin Is Franz Lehár’s 1905 operetta The Merry Widow a timeless classic with unending potential to win new friends? Winning new frien(...)

Kevin Neville, Monica Marin, Luciano Botelho (the Duke), Sarah Ryan and Doreen Curran in Opera Theatre Company’s Rigoletto

National Opera House, WexfordCommercials run on a TV screen at the front of the stage before the opera starts. The setting is a contemporary sports cl(...)

Our reader wrote to UPC in January, cancelling the service. ‘I also cancelled the direct debit. I have since been billed for two months’ service,’ he says

(...). The event is being led by Fiona Reddan of The Irish Times and Emma Kennedy of the Sunday Business Post(...)

(...) three rules that I set for myself at the end of last year’s event. 1. DON’T USE THAT(...)

Clearing a path: intense emotions may lead us to make misguided decisions or outright disastrous ones

(...) research shows it is also possible for emotions triggered by one event to spill over and affect another(...)