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Michael Burrows (left), the Church of Ireland Bishop of Cashel, Ferns, and Ossory, at the ordination of former  Green Party leader Trevor Sargent as a priest last year. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw.

A Church of Ireland bishop has welcomed the Yes vote in last Friday’s referendum on repealing the Eighth Amendment. Michael Burrows, the Bishop of C(...)

Marie Donnelly at a press event held by nurses and midwives to publicly call for a No vote in the referendum to repeal the Eighth Amendment. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Proposed abortion legislation could force nurses and midwives out of a job, it has been claimed. Campaigners for a No vote in the referendum on the E(...)

Church of Ireland Bishop of Limerick Kenneth Kearon: said the Church of Ireland was opposed to abortion on principle, but accepted exceptions have to be made in the case of where a mother’s life is at risk, where the baby will not survive or where rape and incest have been involved. Photograph: Limerickleader.ie

A Church of Ireland bishop has said that he intends to vote to repeal the Eighth Amendment in the constitution. Bishop Kenneth Kearon, the Bishop of(...)

The ordination last month of Dermot Farrell as Bishop of Ossory. Nine episcopal vacancies will by next year need to be filled. Photograph: John McElroy

Usually, talk in the Catholic Church about staff shortages centres on country parishes having to consider closing churches, cutting down on the number(...)

A man has appeared in court on 10 separate counts of dangerous driving across Ennis and east Clare during a single night. At Ennis District Court, A(...)

Liam Ryan’s incredible journey is captured in his memoir Cancer 4, Me 5, (After Extra-Time)

By his own admission, and indeed the admission of the many consultants, surgeons and medical experts that crossed his path, Liam Ryan should not be si(...)

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland, which represents 700 US firms such as Facebook and Google,  said it was vital that Ireland attracts talent to fill the growing number of opportunities within its companies. Photograph: Eric Luke

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has sought the removal of the “Baptism barrier” from access to schools on the basis that it would make Irelan(...)

More than 60 per cent of the Catholic dioceses on the island of Ireland presented no financial information on their websites at all. Photograph: Getty

Almost two-thirds of the 26 Catholic dioceses in Ireland do not publish any financial details on their websites, a new survey has found. The reverse (...)

You may have seen last month how Fáilte Ireland wants to create a new brand for the Midlands, following on such successes as the Wild Atlantic Way and(...)

People on bridge despite road closed to Wooden bridge in Dollymount, ahead of Hurricane Ophelia hitting Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Hurricane Ophelia has caused widespread disruption on the country’s roads, with fallen trees making many impassable. A Roadwatch has released a list (...)

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