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The necessity of friendships has become more important to our mental health as our busy family and work lives take on a level of stress that is incomparable to decades before.

It takes a village to raise a child, so they say, but what if that village no longer exists? Parenthood has a funny way of keeping you overly occupie(...)

Ryanair let the union genie out of the bottle shortly before Christmas when it was facing strike threats from Ialpa, VC and their Italian counterpart Anpac among others. File photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

A year ago the prospect of a strike at Ryanair would have been unthinkable. It remained steadfastly non-union, a significant exception to its peers in(...)

Currently about 23 per cent of the State’s goods imports comes from the UK either as materials to be used as inputs in Irish business or as consumer goods for the retail sector.

The Republic’s grocery sector could be the hardest hit from Brexit with more than two-thirds of products on Irish supermarket shelves either manufactu(...)

 Billy Caldwell and his mother Charlotte. Photograph: Yui Mok/PA Wire

A 12-year-old boy from Co Tyrone who has been granted a licence for the use of medicinal cannabis will fly home amid uncertainty over access to his me(...)

Measurement of the Lough Foyle baseline in 1828-29.

On a glorious sunny June day we reached the summit of Céidín, south of the Glen of Imall, to find a triangulation station or trig pillar. These concre(...)

Ryanair chief executive Michael O’Leary at a press conference in Dublin last year. A vote by Ryanair pilots on industrial action closes on Tuesday. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Thousands of holidaymakers in Ireland face the possibility of cancelled flights if Ryanair pilots here vote on Tuesday on taking industrial action fo(...)

Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin. Gafcon should either desist from its destructive practices or have the integrity to walk away from the Anglicanism it rejects and form its own independent church. Photograph: Getty Images

The Global Anglican Future Conference (Gafcon) was initiated in 2008 as a conservative reaction to a partnered gay priest in the US Episcopal (Anglica(...)

Kainos chief executive Brendan Mooney, who won the EY Entrepreneur of the Year award for 2016. Photograph: Alan Betson

Belfast-based Kainos is investing £8 million (€9.1 million) in a new research and development project to help develop its automated testing platform, (...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar and British prime minister Theresa May on the sidelines of the EU summit in Brussels, last week. Photograph: Yves Herman/AP

Farmers and agri-food operators are becoming anxious about the “weight of consideration” being given to the Border question in the Brexit negotiations(...)

Whitbread controls the Costa Coffee brand in the UK as well as Premier Inns. Photograph: Phil Noble/Reuters

Whitbread’s online recruitment system has suffered a data breach, affecting a number of the company’s brands including Premier Inn, and the UK outlets(...)

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