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We take a look at all the banking options, including one ‘free banking’ offer, plus how digital only banks stack up. Photograph: iStock

With both Ulster Bank and KBC Bank in the process of withdrawing from the Irish market, hundreds of thousands of banking customers are going to be in (...)

Mountjoy Prison: Malcom Pitt’s and John O’Brien’s applications were excluded from the ‘slop out’ compensation scheme on the grounds their claims were statute-barred.  Photograph: David Sleator

Two men who claim they were forced to “slop out” when serving sentences at Irish prisons have brought High Court challenges over their exclusion from (...)

A young man from Munster is believed to be working for a crime gang as a recruiter to convince his peers to allow their bank accounts to be used to receive ill-gotten gains.

Gardaí have identified over 50 young people in and around one Co Kerry town who were recruited as money mules for an international crime syndicate. (...)

Minister for Education Norma Foley said a requirement for most unvaccinated pregnant teachers to return to the classroom from September is guided by expert public health advice. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A controversial requirement for most pregnant teachers who are not vaccinated against Covid-19 to return to the classroom from September is guided by (...)

A technical examination of the scene is being conducted by Garda Forensic Collision Investigators, who will examine what factors may have led to the incident. File photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

An 11-year-old girl has died after being knocked down by a van in a road traffic collision near Tralee, Co Kerry, on Monday evening. The young girl w(...)

Mohamed Elbahlawan (40). Photograph: Kitty Holland

Three separate investigations are under way into how two fishermen, who were dramatically rescued from a fishing vessel last month, had no permits to (...)

Joan Lucey died last Friday, just hours after the HSE and the laboratories agreed to begin mediation.

The family of a woman who died last week from cervical cancer has settled a High Court action. It is understood the settlement was made without admis(...)

Joan Lucey: ‘As a district nurse she would have touched the lives of many families’

A retired nurse who died hours before mediation started in her legal challenge against the Health Service Executive over her cervical smear tests coul(...)

It is claimed cytological cell changes  were   allowed develop and spread unidentified until the woman was diagnosed with cervical cancer in July 2019. The claims are denied.

A woman with terminal cervical cancer who is suing in relation to cervical smear slides taken 10 years ago has, through her lawyers, appealed for medi(...)

Nanny Nellie’s Panto Telly: Peter Pan, at Cork Opera House last Christmas. Photograph: John Allen/COH

Panto season is a bit different this year, with productions either moving online or, in a few innovative cases, switching to a drive-in format. All th(...)

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