Speaking of Fr Tony Flannery (pictured) Senator Rónán Mullen said “I don’t sympathise with a view that a priest can have whatever theological views they want and expect to continue on in their job”. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The Association of Catholic Priests has called on Senator Rónán Mullen to apologise to Fr Tony Flannery over remarks he made about him on Newstalk. Th(...)

Omaima (left), Fatima and Somaia Halawa  holding a picture of their brother Ibrahim  who is  in prison in Egypt. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Friends and family of Irish citizen Ibrahim Halawa, awaiting trial in Egypt, staged a vigil outside the Egyptian embassy in Dublin on Saturday afterno(...)

Caroline McGuigan’s Suicide or Survive charity has been running wellness workshops across the country for the past five years.

A woman who runs a charity for those contemplating suicide has set up an online version of its successful wellness workshop. Caroline McGuigan tried t(...)

From Friday night, Luas will operate services on the Green Line from St Stephen’s Green to Brides Glen every half hour from 1am until 3.30am. No similar service will operate on the Red Line from The Point to Tallaght. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

Luas operators have reiterated their view there is no demand for late-night services on the Red Line.Transdev said the last time they ran the service (...)

Brands of baby food which are sold in health food shops are being recalled by the manufacturer because they can make children sick. The Food Sa(...)

An estimate of water charge protest attendance by CrowdSize App: it uses area size to generate a figure

How many people turned up at the water charge protest in Dublin? This fact is germane to the efficiency of the whole protest. The bigger the crowd, th(...)

Tánaiste and Minister for Social Protection Joan Burton said a mediated process had been a “very good outcome” for the former Waterford Crystal workers. Photograph: Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland

A deal that has settled the long-running Waterford Crystal pensions dispute will cost taxpayers €180 million. A sum of €41 million will be made availa(...)

Erin (8) and Eve Kirby (7) dancing in Dublins last year to highlight the St. Patrick’s festival. Photograph: Alan Betson /The Irish Times

Public funding of almost €2 million has been allocated for major festivals next year, including €1 million for the St Patrick’s Festival in Dublin. Fá(...)

The Waterford Crystal plant at Dungarvan, Co Waterford. The company collapsed in 2009. Photograph: The Irish Times

Former Waterford Crystal workers will get a lump sum of €1,200 per year of pensionable service in the company, along with their “modest” pensions, Tan(...)

Gardaí are looking for four other teenagers who were in the car when the crash happened and fled the scene.

A teenager has been arrested following a crash in which two gardaí were injured when their patrol car was hit by a stolen vehicle. The incident happen(...)