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Advert for cure for constipation, The Irish Times, May 9th, 1934.

The Health Talks column, initially bylined By a Physician, first appeared in August, 1927, continuing until 1940, when it had morphed into Talks About(...)

The Wanli family was temporarily given a home in the Mosney direct provision centre while they looked for accommodation after arriving in Ireland. More than two years later, they’re still living at the centre.

Hanadi Wanli and her three children arrived in Ireland 2½ years ago as refugees from Damascus in Syria. They were reunited with Hanadi’s husband, who (...)

Charlie McCarthy pictured with his wife and children. File photograph: Facebook

The charges against a man accused of attacking an Irish man in Perth in Western Australia over the Christmas period have been upgraded to murder. And(...)

Photograph: Aghada GAA Club/Facebook

Friends of a young Irish father who died following an assault in Australia have set up a fundraising appeal to help his wife and their young children.(...)

The Dublin at Christmas procession on  Grafton Street as the city’s Christmas lights are switched on. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

“Sanyt €5” a sign propped up outside the pop-up grotto in the cab of a horse and carriage on College Green reads. “You’re after spelling Santy wrong,(...)

A poster of Savita Halappanavar erected on O’Connell Street, Dublin, during a vigil in her memory today. Photograph: Áine McMahon/The Irish Times

“Never again” was the headline term used at vigils in Dublin and Belfast today to mark the fifth anniversary of the death of Savita Halappanavar. Ms (...)

Peter Griffiths (63),   living in Ballina, Co Mayo, told the High Court he did “not have a problem with Scientology or Scientologists”. File photograph: iStockPhoto

A former member of the Church of Scientology (CoS) said he was “actually appalled” looking at a video played in the High Court of him following two ch(...)

Gogglebox participants Tracie Reid and Anita Reilly: ‘We’re mammies most importantly’. Photograph: Dave Meehan/The Irish Times

“We’re both born and reared in the Liberties and not leaving anytime soon,” Anita Reilly says with a laugh as she pours herself a cup of tea in her be(...)

This week, from Lismore to Portlaw and Tallow to Tramore, big John Mullane’s (ever so slightly adapted) words are everywhere: “I Loves Me County.” Photograph: Patrick Browne

Waterford is fit to burst. Afraid to exhale. So this is what it’s like when an entire county holds its breath. The bunting is out across the city, but(...)

A second man, also in his 20s, who was in the field with the injured man escaped unscathed. Photograph: Oli Scarff/Getty Images

Gardaí say they are keeping an open mind in relation to the shooting of a young man in Co Offaly on Wednesday night. The 21-year-old was in a field o(...)

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