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Michael McCormack admitted professional misconduct regarding a failure to ensure prescription drug sales were supervised by a registered pharmacist. Stock Photograph: iStock

A pharmacist has admitted that his dispensing of addictive pain killers and other prescription medications to patients was not in accordance with thei(...)

Met Éireann says conditions are due to turn wet and windy in coming days. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times/File photo

Ireland is bracing itself for up to a week of bad weather as the remnants of Storm Diana brings heavy rain and wind across the country. Heavy rain is(...)

Victorian Tea Times, Arklow, Co Wicklow

Victorian Tea Times in Arklow, Co Wicklow, offers guests the chance to dress up in costume before enjoying afternoon tea in an authentic parlour setti(...)

Dr Conor Brennan, associate professor, Dublin City University School of Electronic Engineering.

The research in your lab looks to control electromagnetic radiation. That sounds ambitious, can you explain? “Electromagnetic or EM radiation exists (...)

There have been more than  2,300 cases of students cheating at  universities since 2010. Photograph: iStock

There’s always been a temptation to cheat, and sneaking phones into exam halls or plagiarising from the internet has made it easier than ever before. (...)

Traveller housing in Ballymun, Dublin. Seventeen local authorities have between them failed to spend €10.3 million on Traveller housing in the first three-quarters of this year. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Less than a fifth of funding allocated for Traveller accommodation this year has been spent, and more than half of local authorities have spent nothin(...)

Weather warnings have been issued across the country. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

A number of Irish flights faced delays on Friday due to the heavy rain and winds. In Dublin Airport several flights arriving and departing the airport(...)

The door of the Magdalene laundry on Gloucester Street in  Dublin. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Ombudsman Peter Tyndall has warned the Department of Justice that it needs to move speedily to deal with compensation for women who worked in Magdalen(...)

Minister for Education Joe McHugh said his department conducts several checks to assess the solvency of main contractors prior to the award of a contract on any school building project. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Construction of 18 schools countrywide has been set back this year alone because of the collapse of one company and the financial difficulties of anot(...)

NZ meat pie.

The thing about living in New Zealand in the 1980s, back in the day when the All Blacks had part-time jobs, is that there wasn’t a whole lot of culina(...)

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