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Frank McAnena: “Providing the right sort of support for complex medications could make such a difference to people’s quality of life.” Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy

Any savvy political adviser who wants to come up with a solution to the State’s soaring bill for drugs and many unnecessary hospital admissions should(...)

Prof Áine Hyland, one of the founding parents of the Dalkey School Project, with David Rankin (10), Dylan O’Broin (11), Emily Roarty (5), Sophie Roarty (8), Matt O’Broin (7) and Oliver Donohue (9) at Educate Together’s 40th anniversary event earlier this year. Photograph: Brendan Lyon/ImageBureau

Four new Educate Together secondary schools have been given the go-ahead for 2019. They will serve Donaghmede and Howth in north Co Dublin; Co Wick(...)

Richard on the final leg of his round-Ireland journey.

When Tipperary physiotherapist Richard Hayes wanted to take a closer look at some of Europe’s highest sea cliffs, he took the best part of 54 days and(...)

The proposed route involves a new bridge and viaduct over the river Corrib.

A plan for a €600 million ring road around Galway city is to be considered by the Cabinet today. The proposed route involves a new bridge and viaduct(...)

Bus Éireann said its buses pick up the equivalent of one passenger in Kilrickle for every five journeys through the village Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Protesters who disrupted a bus service through a county Galway village have said they will escalate their action to cover other locations. Two Bus É(...)

The Four Courts.

The president of the High Court has refused to strike off a solicitor, who is also a coroner in Co Kerry, over a finding of professional misconduct ag(...)

Lion’s mane jellyfish  off Newquay, Co Clare earlier this month. Photograph: Tom Doyle

Sea swimmers may know that Lion’s mane jellyfish are the most venomous of the indigenous species in Irish waters, but they may not know that this seas(...)

Minister for Education Richard Bruton: this new process has ‘the potential to change the course of education in Ireland’. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill

Parents in four locations have been asked to express their preferences in relation to the patronage of new post-primary schools to be established next(...)

Neurent Medical founders David Townley, chief technology officer and Brian Shields, chief executive: The company hopes to begin the first of two clinical trials next year, possibly in the US. Photograph: Michael Dillon

An Irish company developing a breakthrough therapy for a common nasal condition has raised €9.3 million. Neurent Medical, based in Oranmore, Co Galwa(...)

Bus Éireann is to hire 200 drivers and mechanics to allow it expand its services in rural Ireland. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Bus Éireann will get an extra €4 million from the State this year to hire 200 new workers to allow it expand services in several areas around the Repu(...)

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