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A young shop assistant who lacerated her forehead as she “bent over laughing” at a colleague’s joke, has lost her €60,000 damages claim against her em(...)

The scene near The Nine Stones area where a single car collision occurred in the early hours of Sunday morning. Photograph: Alan Betson / The Irish Times

The teenager killed in Sunday morning’s car crash in Carlow has been described by his school as a “very popular third-year student” who will be greatl(...)

The Mater said it was “welcoming of all religions and none” among staff and patients. Photograph: Frank Miller / The Irish Times

A health worker at the Mater Hospital has complained it is discriminating against non-Christians through a mission statement that urges staff to take (...)

When was the last time you enjoyed your own company? In today’s Fomo culture, where we all fear missing out, busyness is worn as a badge of honour, an(...)

The number of patients waiting over nine months for a hospital appointment has soared – up more than 12,000 to 208,757. Photograph: ThinkStock

The number of people awaiting outpatient appointments in public hospitals has risen to a new record of more than 523,000 due to the knock-on effect of(...)

Detective Garda Brian Dunne pictured leaving the Four Courts after he was awarded damages. Photograph: Collins Courts

A garda who was knocked out in an attack by a gang of men saved a dislodged tooth by pushing it back up into his gum after he recovered consciousness,(...)

Nurses take part in their third day of industrial action over pay and conditions outside the Mater Hospital in Dublin. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

It was difficult to hear Lucy Canning, a staff nurse from Skerries, on the picket line outside the Mater Hospital in Dublin on Thursday. She has step(...)

A dynamic risk assessment of John Shaw found him to be at a ‘high-level risk of re-offending’

The State’s longest serving prisoner is set to continue his legal bid for two days temporary release per year. English national John Shaw (73) has be(...)

Dublin City Council plans to increase the number of areas covered by the three most expensive street parking zones, a move which will affect parking in city and suburban streets Photograph: iStock

Street parking charges in parts of Dublin are set to rise by up to 70 per cent, with areas around hospitals worst affected, under a new Dublin City Co(...)

Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) general secretary Phil Ní Sheaghdha said ‘we need real engagement by the Government’. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Large hospitals in Dublin such as St James’ and Tallaght will be providing emergency services only next Wednesday if the planned nurses’ strike over p(...)

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