White Ribbon Day Calls for an end the men’s violence against women in Ireland. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

The organisers of the high profile launch in Ireland of White Ribbon Day have been forced to retract their claims for the number of rapes recorded (...)

Ian McDiarmid stars as Sir Edward Grey in ‘37 Days: How the World Went to War’, a three-part factual drama in which Belfast’s Methodist College doubled as London’s Foreign Office.

Two very different milestones will rank among the programme themes at BBC Northern Ireland this year: the 20th anniversary of the 1994 IRA ceasefir(...)

Geraldine Kennedy, former editor of The Irish Times, who was presented with the Mary Cummins Award at the Women in Media event in Ballybunion, Co Kerry. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan

Gender quotas were needed to “kick-start” the proper involvement of women in public life, a media conference in (...)

“There is a special place in hell for those women who do not believe that feminism matters today,” said RTÉ’s Miriam O'Callaghan

Hell was mentioned twice last weekend in Ballybunion, Co Kerry, where the inaugural Women in Media event was held. It was first evoked by Sinn (...)

 Maeve Binchy, who will be honoured at the  inaugural Women in Media festival
Women in Media

Move over Listowel Writers’ Week. There’s competition in the Kingdom when it comes to discussing words and the people who write them. Ballybuni(...)