With the overcrowding crisis in public hospitals showing little signs of dissipating – recent figures put the number of patients on trollies at still(...)

Drinking more than your liver can cope with means alcohol remains in your bloodstream and will continue to place a strain on the functions of your organs for several hours after you have stopped drinking.

The parties are over, the house is full of pine needles and the scales are tipping on the heavy side. While many of us threw caution to the wind when (...)

Cork captain Anna Geary lifts the cup after beating Kilkenny in the All Ireland Senior Camogie Final in Croke Park against Kilkenny. Photograph: Alan Betson

I was having a conversation last week with some friends and the topic of women’s sports came up, more specifically the challenges we sportswomen face.(...)

Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin was speaking during a debate on the final stages of the Health Insurance (Amendment) Bill. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Sinn Féin health spokesman Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin said he objected to private health insurance in principle. “At its core, it is immoral that people c(...)

 Aviva health insurance premiums are to rise by an average of just over 5 per cent from the beginning of next year. Photograph: Aviva website

The cost of Aviva health insurance premiums are to rise by an average of just over 5 per cent from the beginning of next year in a move that (...)

Ewa Janowicz of Ticknock Park, Sandyford, Dublin pictured leaving the Four Courts  after she appeared before the Circuit Civil Court. Photograph: Collins Courts

An international soft darts player, who claimed she suffered ongoing pain in her hand following an injury at work in a Tesco store, took part i(...)

Aviva’s Dublin office. The group has appointed Macquarie to advise it on options for its health insurance business.

UK insurance group Aviva is preparing to sell its Irish health insurance business, which has about 300,000 customers. The company has appointed Macqu(...)

JD Wetherspoon is expected to merge the corner building on Lower Abbey St with a former TSB bank to create new gastropub

A former church on Lower Abbey Street in Dublin’s north inner city, used over the past decade as a rehearsal venue by the Abbey Theatre, was at the c(...)

Customer was told that an 18-month term had been applied

Gerard McCormack has been in touch to complain “about being provided with inaccurate information upon signing up to UPC broadband in October 2014”.(...)

Former Baptist church on Lower Abbey St: the two-storey corner building has an overall floor area of 394 sq m (4,240 sq ft).

A former church on Lower Abbey Street in Dublin’s north inner city which has been mainly used over the past 10 years as a rehearsal centre by the Abbe(...)