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Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Dermot Farrell leading a ‘Way of the Cross’ procession from the Wellington Monument to the Papal Cross in the Phoenix Park, as part of Easter religious ceremonies. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

People in Ireland are “pushed to limits most of us have never experienced before, Catholic Archbishop of Dublin Dermot Farrell said on Friday. He sai(...)

Siobhán Larkin, owner of the shop that sold the winning ticket with her husband Michael. They said they were shocked and overjoyed when they received the jackpot news at the weekend. Photograph:  Mac Innes

The winner of the EuroMillions jackpot worth more than €30.9 million has made contact with the National Lottery, the operator has said. Larkin’s Gal(...)

Damage to defibrillator in Tralee, Co Kerry. Photograph: Community First Responders

Community First Responders (CFR) Ireland has re-issued a call for “strict penalties”, including imprisonment, for anyone involved in vandalism against(...)

Floral tributes and candles are left after a vigil outside the London Irish Centre in Camden, London. Photograph: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

At least a dozen more vigils are to take place across the country on Saturday and Sunday, in response to the killing of Ashling Murphy in Tullamore, C(...)

Millie Sheehan, Chloe O’Halloran and Bàrbara Puig Ester, from Tarbert Comprehensive School, Co Kerry, showcasing their project on the impact of people’s opinions on Covid-19 vaccination on their relationships at the 58th BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition. Photograph: Fennell Photography

A Co Wicklow student has created a face mask that prevents transmission of Covid-19 but also combats viruses. Matthew Lawless’s research is one of nu(...)

Community First Responders Ireland  network alerted the public to the worrying and anti-social trend. File photograph: Getty

Recent vandalism against public defibrillators has led to calls for “strict penalties”, including imprisonment, for anyone involved in such attacks. (...)

A woman and a dog pass an Ulster Bank branch in Raheny, Dublin. The withdrawal of Ulster Bank from the Irish market would be a “major hammer blow” to customers and workers, the Dail has heard. Picture date: Thursday February 18, 2021. PA Photo. See PA story IRISH UlsterBank. Photo credit should read: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Apple, whose shares soared by more than a third in 2021 amid booming demand for its new iPhone 13 and subscription services such as Apple TV+ and iCl(...)

Fergal Murphy, husband of Amanda, outside the Four courts in Dublin on Thursday. Photograph: Collins Courts

The husband of a 44-year-old woman who is seriously ill has pleaded with the State to allow both her case of assessment of damages against the HSE and(...)

The Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) has published  more than 60 inspection reports on nursing homes.

Significant improvements were required at a nursing home in Co Donegal to ensure residents’ rights to privacy and dignity are upheld, a report from th(...)

 The former deputy group news editor at Independent Newspapers Dave Halloran has died.

Popular newsman David Halloran (79) died suddenly on Sunday at Dublin’s St Vincent’s hospital following a fall at his home. The former deputy group(...)

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