Almost 20 years ago, after a bitter debate, Ireland voted for the introduction of divorce. Almost 100,000 people have availed of the law since then. How have they fared, and what’s life like after marriage breakdown?

Men Overboard: You don’t have to be unemployed to have been hit by the crisis of recent years – many with jobs still feel like failures. But there are ways to make life better

Hard-hit by unemployment and reduced earnings, Irish men are experiencing an identity crisis, and those around them are suffering too. Men and women must adapt to new realities

Savvy employers are realising that happy staff are more productive. Some firms now offer advice on health, money and even love


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How does a post-Brexit world shape the identity and relationship of these islands

Inquests into the nightclub fire that led to the deaths of 48 people