Jeremy Lamri, chief executive of Monkey Tie, at the One Young World summit in Dublin: “We bring value to the candidate”

Interviewer: “What would you consider to be your greatest weakness?” Applicant: “Honesty.” Interviewer: “I don’t think honesty is a weakness.” Applica(...)

Bob Geldof addressing delegates at the One Young World 2014 Conference at the Convention Centre in Dublin yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Thirty years after he founded Band Aid people in poorer countries are still dying because they are poor Bob Geldof told the attendees of the One Young(...)

Former President of Ireland Mary Robinson and singer Bob Geldof watch the flag ceremony by delegates at the One Young World 2014 Conference at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The skies opened over the capital this afternoon meaning many of the young delegates attending the One Young World Summit were soaked as they made the(...)

Kate Robertson: held court at the Marker hotel in Dublin

The organisers of the One Young World social entrepreneurship summit, which takes place in the Convention Centre Dublin in October, still have about 8(...)

PPeaches Geldof: her husband became suspicious she had resumed her drug habit when he found texts on her phone. Photograph: Bertrand Rindoff Petroff/Getty Images

Peaches Geldof, the journalist, model and aid campaigner, had resumed taking heroin three months before she was found lying dead in the family home in(...)

File photo dated May 31st, 2012, of Peaches Geldof. Photograph: PA.

Peaches Geldof died of a heroin overdose after losing her battle against addiction to the Class A drug, an inquest heard today.The 25-year-old journal(...)

Australia’s prime minister Tony Abbott at a press conference in Canberra. He said the crash made for  ‘a grim day for Australia’, and looked more like a crime than an accident. Photograph: Alan Porritt/ EPA

With at least 27 Australians among the dead on Malaysia Airlines flight MH17, prime minister Tony Abbott said it was “a grim day for our country and (...)

Members of the public walk past signage on the Princes Bridge for the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne today. Photograph: Graham Denholm/Getty Images

Dutch doctor Joep Lange and a World Health Organization official heading to an Aids meeting in Melbourne were among 298 people killed on the Malaysia(...)

Manhunter and boy: Tony Parsons. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tony Parsons says that he no longer worries about his “fading former glory”. Was his glory really fading? It was, he says. After huge success in 1999 (...)

The Hireland model has already been successfully reproduced in the US and Nigeria, and emulated across Europe

A not-for-profit organisation that convinced Irish business owners to take on thousands of additional employees during the recession has published an (...)