Jonathan Wilson, Aaron Carey and Dane Carr, three of the successful Learning for Life scheme candidates, at the Guinness Storehouse. Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

The Learning for Life programme, run by the drinks multinational Diageo, ran for the first time in Ireland this year. It was aimed at young people (...)

Under Section 38 of the Taxi Regulation Act, the National Transport Authority provided information in the register of licences for small public service vehicles (SPSVs) to be made publicly available. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Taxi drivers have accused transport authorities of putting them and their families at risk of assault, following confirmation that names and home addr(...)

Ned Delahunty, an 83 year old homeless man, pictured last year. He spent around 20 years sleeping rough in a doorway on Oliver Bond Street in Dublin's south inner city. He died on January 17th and his funeral took place yesterday, March 13th, at John's Lane Church on Thomas Street. Photograph: Eddie Mallin

Few people knew the name of the man in the doorway – but almost everyone knew him to see. With his wispy white hair and flowing beard, he walke(...)