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Some of the letters from the H-blocks. Photograph: Julien Behal

Tiny, handwritten letters composed by republican prisoners in the H-Blocks and Armagh women’s prison in the lead-up to the 1981 hunger strikes, have e(...)

Ireland is uniquely poised to benefit from the global surge in demand for digital health solutions

Healthcare has gone beyond the tablet and the scalpel, harnessing the power of technology to bring the hospital into the home and ensure better outco(...)

 Ukrainian health minister Maksym Stepanov speaks with Anna Ilina, a member of the Ukrainian Olympic shooting team as she receives a dose of Chinese-developed CoronaVac vaccine in Kiev. Photograph: Volodymyr Petrov

The Olympic Games and IOC are rarely far from controversy. Rio had its fair share and from the polluted water and the doping scandals to the US swimme(...)

 Notice of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh’s death is displayed on the large screen at Piccadilly Circus  in London on Friday. Photograph: Jeff Spicer/Getty Images

Gun salutes marking the death of the Duke of Edinburgh are to take place across the UK, in Gibraltar and at sea. Saluting batteries will fire 41 roun(...)

Wear your mask. Photo: iStock

It is not uncommon for a major event or a significant year to give us new words. D-Day, Watergate (and almost any other word you can think of followed(...)

German players wear T-shirts that spell out ‘Human Rights’ prior to the World Cup qualifier between Germany and Iceland in Duisburg on Thursday.  Photograph: Tobias Schwarz/ Pool/Getty

Sports authorities have long persisted with the myth that sport and politics don’t mix, using their rule books to sanitise venues against the world ou(...)

Iran’s Revolutionary Guards: Ahmady said he did not yet know whether Iranian officials realised he had escaped the country. File photograph: AP Photo/Vahid Salemi

A British-Iranian dual national sentenced to nine years and three months in jail in Iran for co-operating with “a hostile state power” has smuggled hi(...)

Cian Ó Maidín enjoys the work-life balance that  Tramore, Co Waterford has to offer.

“Born in the future, reared in Tramore. ” That’s how Nearform chief executive Cian Ó Maidín describes his company. The Irish company he co-founded h(...)

UK prime minister Boris Johnson giving his New Year’s message. Photograph: No 10 Downing Street /PA Wire

The first ferry crossings from Dover to Calais under Britain’s new trading terms with the European Union went smoothly on Friday as port authorities r(...)

Charles “Lal” Burke:  a gentleman with a warm smile, a great voice and a talent for picking winners

Charles “Lal” Burke, the only son of Flor and Tess Burke, passed away peacefully on October 19th, and was the last of a generation of Burkes responsib(...)

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