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Joanne Hayes at the Kerry babies tribunal in 1985. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Contacts are continuing between the Department of Justice and Joanne Hayes, the woman at the centre of the Kerry Babies Tribunal in 1985, over compens(...)

 Martin Mansergh: said the diverse range of presidential candidates seeking a nomination showed the criteria were ‘neither too liberal nor too restrictive’.

Ireland has been well-served over the years by a succession of presidents with a record of distinguished public service to the State, historian and fo(...)

President Michael D Higgins arrives at the Tallaght Stadium on Friday afternoon for the Fifa Women’s World Cup qualifying match between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Michael D Higgins is the best equipped of those seeking to become president to handle the challenge of the centenaries of the War of Independence and (...)

The cast during rehearsals of Paul Howard’s ‘Copper Face Jacks’ in the Olympia Treatre, Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw  Copper Face Jacks: The Musical: Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

If there was ever a Dublin club whose reputation precedes it, it’s Harcourt Street’s Copper Face Jacks. Even the Lonely Planet got wind of that i(...)

Joanne Hayes in 1985. Ms Hayes was charged with murder on May 1st, 1984, but the charge was dropped. Photograph: Matt Kavanagh

Gardaí investigating the killing of Baby John, found washed up on a beach in Kerry more than 30 years ago, believe the fact the infant lived for three(...)

White Strand beach in Co Kerry where the body of ‘Baby John’ was found.  Photograph: Domnick Walsh  The Beach White Strand where the Kerry Baby named John was washed up in Caherciveen Co Kerry and found by farmer John Griffin. Photograph: Domnick Walsh.

The farmer who found the body of Baby John on a beach in Caherciveen, Co Kerry has spoken about the horror of the discovery. Jack Griffin told The Ir(...)

Former taoiseach John Bruton. File photograph: David Sleator/The Irish Times

The Government’s proposed referendum on repealing the Eighth Amendment will be divisive but sometimes division is necessary in order to protect basic (...)

Former taoiseach John Bruton. Photograph: The Irish Times

Sinn Féin are doing themselves and their supporters a major disservice by refusing to take their seats in Westminster at a time when the nationalist p(...)

Former taoiseach  John Bruton said many older people in Europe do not realise that their pensions are dependent on young people, many of whom will have to be immigrants. Photograph: The Irish Times

The European Union should ease the pressure on its Brexit negotiations with the UK by lengthening the exit period from two to six years, according to (...)

International Space University - Space Studies Program 2017 visits the Valentia Observatory in Cahersiveen to launch a weather balloon with a payload of instruments to be recovered for later analysis. Photograph : Alan Landers.

A space balloon launched in Co Kerry which travelled to the edge of space has been recovered after making its way back to earth. Organisers say the m(...)

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