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Tusla referred the case to the National Review Panel to investigate how the case was handled.

Systemic flaws in management, serious errors of judgement and poor assessment and decision making all played a role in the State’s failure to protect (...)

 Alison Duggan, student at St Colman’s Community College, Midleton, Co Cork speaking at the Evidence Matters event at the Houses of the Oireachtas. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

In what was an unusual form of speed dating between members of the public and politicians, 16 citizens arrived in Leinster House to lay out their case(...)

The family of Willie Duggan, including his son Willie, wife Ellen and daughter Monica, follow his coffin as his funeral cortege leaves St Mary’s Cathedral in Kilkenny after his funeral Mass on Thursday. Photograph: Laura Hutton/The Irish Times

A legend, a leader, a braveheart, a kind, loving and spiritual man - these were among the accolades used to describe Willie Duggan at his funeral Mass(...)

Dawid Dawido with a fine Cong River trout of 57cm, or approx. 5lbs, caught on dry fly

Gaelic football was never more exciting as in Burkes of Clonbur last weekend as Galway took on their arch-rivals Mayo for a place in the Connacht fina(...)

Proclamation Day at Ballincollig Community School in Co Cork. Sgt Alan O’Brien and Lieut Pat Coffey raise the tricolour. Photograph: Jim Coughlan

Schoolchildren from across Ireland have set out the issues they feel need to be tackled in modern Ireland – such as poverty, unemployment, crime and c(...)

Teresa Scahill from Dunmore who has won a battle with her bank to honor a  £1,000 lodgement made over 40 years ago by her late husband. Photograph: Ray Ryan

A Galway pensioner has won her battle with Ulster Bank to honour a lodgement made by her late husband more than 40 years ago. Teresa Scahill (89) spe(...)