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Micheál Martin: One TD said: “But this is a conscience issue, and we have to respect that Micheál Martin changed his view”

Rank-and-file Fianna Fáil members are split after party leader Micheál Martin announced his support for removing the Eighth Amendment to the Constitut(...)

Brutalist wallpaper  is probably too much for a full room, but would make a striking and bold feature wall

Brutalism may not strike many people as a thing of beauty, though there’s a newfound respect for its sometimes breathtaking style. Surely it’s still a(...)

The posters placed by Ruhama in locations across Dublin to help gain an insight into the attitudes of  sex buyers. Photograph: Ruhama

The shocking results of a campaign which aimed to find out what sex buyers really think about woman being trafficked into Ireland have been revealed t(...)

The commemorative stamps.

On January 19th, 1968 Sir Alfred Chester Beatty died at the age of 92 in Monaco. This American-born, British knight of the realm became the first priv(...)

A social media depiction of the  Cárna-Caiseal GAA team   of 2005. Over half the players have left the area and their faces  are  blanked out – two further team members have left since those blank-outs were made. Photograph: Sportsfile

If a photograph can tell 1,000 words an image on social media can reflect the story of a whole lost generation from a western region. A photo of a s(...)

AIB closed up by 4.4 per cent, with strong volume traded on Friday. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

A busy day in Dublin helped push the Iseq overall index up by almost 1 per cent with strong gains in AIB. In London, although the FTSE was up on the(...)

The abrupt disclosure surprised many as no official announcement has been made by the festival committee or Diageo. Photograph: David Sleator

Concern has been expressed for the future of the Guinness Cork Jazz Festival following the revelation that the long-time programmer and festival direc(...)

Donald Trump at the opening of the Doonbeg golf links and hotel in Co Clare. Photograph: PA

US congressional investigators have questioned whether Russian mafia money may have been used by President Donald Trump’s family business to finance D(...)

Simon Meehan and his science teacher, Karina Lyne. Much of the criticism  for the winner came from people passing judgment on a piece of sound science that had hallmarks of brilliance, even though they had not read it

The court of social media put Ireland’s much-celebrated and internationally-renowned Young Scientist competition in the dock this week with accusation(...)

 Noeleen Coakley  pictured leaving the Four Courts on Friday after being  awarded €28,000 damages at the Circuit Civil Court. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A woman who a judge said “just seemed to attract misfortune”, has been awarded €28,000 damages for injuries she suffered in a rear-ending traffic coll(...)

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