“Medical use of cannabis is legal for licensed users in California and 23 other states. Instead of full legalisation, we have the world’s loosest medical licensing.” Photograph: Thinkstock

(...) continuous live feed. Although anyone can grow up to six plants for personal use, bakers are tracked from(...)

Saverio Bellante: Diagnosed with religious hysterical deliria in 2005.

Olanzapine had been gradually lowered when he came to live in Ireland, the medication was stopped on the(...)

Emergency services at Cloverhill Prison on Wednesday. Photograph: Collins.

(...) word of English, had nowhere to live, had no money and needed to be got in touch with the appropriate(...)

(...) up to perform at a couple’s big day and leaves behind a live recording as a present. Beyond Syria(...)

(...) and Love Fever. There’s also a live set from Automatic Tasty in the Loft, the Dip DJs are in the(...)

(...) tunesinthechurch.com Visitors to Galway are lucky to have so much live music to choose from throughout the year(...)

Ms Justice Mary Finlay Geoghegan gave the three-judge Court of Appeal’s judgment which was the dismiss the couple’s appeal. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

(...) citizens do not have a constitutionally protected right to live in the State or to participate in community(...)

John Boyne: there’s enough trust to be able to say, I don’t need any praise, just tell me what’s not working; Bill Scott-Kerr: My attitude is very much that an editor is there to be a resource to the writer. We are there as a midwife, a sounding board, a mirror and a safety net

(...) institution and have done their best to live and good decent lives, and those readers who defended the church(...)

Sara Baume was one of five Irish authors to feature on the 70-strong longlist for the Guardian’s popular Not the Booker Prize annual award. Don’t miss The Irish Times on Saturday for a brand new Sara Baume short story, Dead Hens for Broken Eggs. On August 8th, she reviews A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara

Nina Perry, a live score from Crash Ensemble and singer Adrian Crowley’s spoken word stories. The Tiger(...)

Marina Litvinenko leaving The High Court in London: her husband Alexander, a critic of Russian president Vladimir Putin, was poisoned with a radioactive isotope  in 2006. Photograph: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images

(...) died by suicide was “a particularly spiteful and insensitive accusation” as he had “everything to live(...)