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The court heard the attack had had lasting psychological impact on Mr Crowe, causing him to leave a job which he had previously enjoyed. File photograph: Collins Courts

A Dublin man who glassed a bar manager, knocking out three of his teeth, has been given 240 hours of community service in lieu of a jail sentence. Ja(...)

Medical Laboratory Scientists Association  members at the Mater Hospital during a one-day strike over pay and career development issues. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

Further industrial action by medical scientists working in the health service will have serious consequences for patient safety, a senior HSE official(...)

Urantsetseg Tserendorj (48) was making her way home from work when she was fatally assaulted

A 16-year-old boy accused of the murder of a woman who was stabbed on her walk home from work will go on trial for a second time at the Central Crimin(...)

Martin Malinowski spent two years on the waiting list, all the time trying to avoid contracting Covid. Photograph: Julien Behal

A heart and liver transplant has been carried out in Ireland for the first time on a patient from Co Monaghan. Martin Malinowski, from Castleblayney,(...)

Victim Sinead Connolly (in wheelchair ) pictured leaving the Central Criminal Court in Dublin on Friday April 8th after giving a victim impact statement. Photograph: Collins Courts

A mother-of-one has described the moment her “evil, sadistic” neighbour - a man she has known since childhood - left her permanently paralysed in an a(...)

David McKechnie: ‘Deep interest in world affairs with an inquiring mind, attention to detail and a strong work ethic,’ said Irish Times Editor Paul O’Neill

The deputy foreign editor of The Irish Times, David McKechnie, has died unexpectedly. Mr McKechnie, aged 45, fell ill last week and was brought to the(...)

There are more than 600 people in the Republic awaiting organ transplants. Photograph: iStock

A drop in the number of lung transplants being carried out in the Republic is “deeply worrying”, says Cystic Fibrosis Ireland chief executive Phi(...)

Chances of survival for many cancers is increasing, and the quality of life has improved. Photograph: iStock

Pioneering treatment at the Trinity St James’s Cancer Institute is making huge strides in battling common cancers Ireland has the third highest (...)

Urantsetseg Tserendorj (48), who was originally from Mongolia but had been living in Dublin with her family for a number of years, died in  the Mater hospital nine days after being stabbed. Photograph via Facebook

When gardaí investigating a stolen electronic bicycle called to the home of the teenager accused of murdering Urantsetseg Tserendorj, his grandmother (...)

 The remains are taken to church by horse drawn carriage pictured this afternoon at the funeral of mother of 5, Sandra Boyd. Photograph: Collins Dublin

A mother-of-five who died from a gunshot wound was remembered at her funeral mass as a devoted parent who never asked for much and who gave everything(...)

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