Christopher Marianayagam, who died in Portlaoise hospital in  2011.

(...) event, but told the inquest she heard nothing more from the hospital. Cardiac arrest The hospital(...)

Vankata Charumamill lights a candle during a vigil for Savita Halappanavar  held at St Stephen’s Green, Dublin, last night.   Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

(...) review of the circumstances of her care at the Galway hospital. Her death sparked public debate which(...)

Jedward: The duo's shared defining characteristic is their space cadet personalities

JEDWARD - Olympia Theatre ** There must be some mistake, surely. An all-seated Jedward gig? Stools on stage? Moody lighting? I mean, how are yo(...)

HSE auditors say Positive Action’s resistance to meeting the HSE’s standard accountability resulted in “additional unnecessary expenditure of public funds”

(...) 2011. This, it said, eventually led to Positive Action bringing a judicial review against the HSE(...)

Included in Vue is ‘Facing North III (summer version)’ by Oliver Comerford, Kevin Kavanagh Gallery

(...), South and North, participated. There was an incredible buzz about the event. Building on an auspicious(...)

Michael Longley: the Belfast poet, who was Professor of Poetry for Ireland from 2007 to 2010, previously won the TS Eliot Prize in 2000 for The Weather in Japan, which also won the Hawthornden Prize and the Irish Times Literature Prize for Poetry. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Times review in August: “Michael Longley’s readers will love the lyrical annotations of wild places and(...)

(...) of appeal from the High Court to the Supreme Court disappears. If someone urgently needs to review a(...)

Eloquent: abuse survivor Maíria Cahill outside Government Buildings this week. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

(...) of the United States, in the wake of the Watergate scandal, but that seismic event again crops up(...)

(...) welcome another edition. Yes, it’s Attack of the Clones. The event has been buzzing since 2002 and is now(...)

‘In 10 months’ time, Oscar Pistorius  will be 28, probably fit enough and gritty enough  to resume competitive running. Will he be embraced as someone who has done – or is doing — his time or will he be shunned?’ Above, Pistorius is led to a prison van after his sentencing in Pretoria yesterday. Photograph:  Mike Hutchings/Reuters

(...) his case to the Criminal Cases Review Commission, which announced on Sunday that it has decided to(...)