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The scene near where human remains were found at Ballyandrew, near Ferns Co Wexford. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Gardaí investigating the discovery of a woman’s body in a ditch in Co Wexford are hoping a postmortem examination will clarify whether or not the woma(...)

Equality legislation, according to a report written by social policy expert Brian Harvey, has ‘almost completely’ failed to protect Travellers from discrimination.

There is an “overwhelming need” for the education system to “prove its relevance” to Travellers, a report on the community in Co Wexford finds. It id(...)

Some commuter services between towns in the east and Dublin, could be put out to the market in 2021. File photograph: Aidan Crawley

The National Bus and Rail Union (NBRU) has warned of potential public transport strikes over new proposals to put out to tender up to 10 per cent of s(...)

The truth to be faced up to is that each of us is or will be affected by disability, either personally or through a loved one. More than 56,000 people will become disabled in Ireland in the year ahead. Photograph: Getty Images/iStockphoto

The 2017 budget is the fourth since the ending of the recession. There are 600,000 disabled people and their families. They are citizens of this count(...)

John Lynch with a framed photograph of his brother Willie who died in the Carrickmines fire. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

A Traveller family who lost 10 loved ones in a fire on a halting site in Carrickmines, Dublin, last year, is in a local authority home in Wicklow with(...)

A driver whose car was seen “bouncing” along a Co Wexford road on Christmas morning has been fined €600 and disqualified from driving for two years at(...)

Cyclist Stephen Roche’s triumphant homecoming to Ireland in 1987 after winning the Tour De France. His victory sparked a new wave of interest in cycling.

When Stephen Roche won the Tour de France back in 1987 Ireland caught cycling fever. The Dubliner’s open-top bus homecoming through his native city wa(...)

The centenary of the 1916 Rising will be long remembered by this generation of school children, mainly because it coincides with a three week break. (...)