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State Pathologist: Marie Cassidy (centre) is to retire after 14 years in the role. Photograph: Alan Betson

The State Pathologist, Marie Cassidy, is to retire after 14 years in the role. Minister for Justice Charlie Flanagan paid tribute to Prof Cassidy’s “(...)

The new product is a customisable girth with a unique pressure relief system that can potentially improve horse performance,   welfare and comfort

A unique equestrian health product created by Ulster University product design student and international horsewoman Jenny Gregg is set for launch in J(...)

People in Ireland and Europe need to do more to stop plastic ending up in our oceans as society is going to become more dependent on the sea for food, energy and jobs in the future, the Irish MEP has said.

People in Ireland and Europe need to do more to stop plastic ending up in our oceans as society is going to become more dependent on the sea for food,(...)

Pfizer – which got about 2 per cent of its $53 billion in 2017 revenue from the UK – highlights the pharmaceutical industry’s dilemma as it braces for a rocky, no-deal Brexit

European companies aren’t alone in their Brexit pain. US-based Pfizer says its costs for dealing with the upcoming split will reach $100 million. The(...)

In the event of Brexit with a hard Border, 56 per cent in the North said they would vote for unity. Photograph: Stefan Rousseau/PA

A majority of people in the North would vote for a united Ireland in the event of Brexit, according to a new poll published on Monday. The poll carri(...)

Flight attendants Megan La Salle from Philadelphia and  Christy Parks from Delaware soaking up the All-Ireland atmosphere in the Big Tree pub. Photograph: Conor Pope

The man selling the white four-in-a-row baseball caps outside Croke Park breathed a sigh of relief as the second half of the All-Ireland final drew to(...)

Celtic’s Olivier Ntcham celebrates breakind the deadlock against Rangers. Photograph: Andy Buchanan/AFP/Getty

Celtic 1 Rangers 0 The smell of cordite remains inescapable when Celtic and Rangers meet. The characters in this recurring act of epic theatre may ch(...)

Steven Gerrard: “We’re in a good place. I think it’s a chance to put a marker down.” Photograph: Jason Cairnduff/Reuters

Body and soul, he said. Heroes and warriors, he said. Drained but happy, he said. As he stood on an artificial green field a long way from home in Ru(...)

Former first minister of Scotland Alex Salmond.  Photograph: Jane Barlow/PA Wire

SNP MPs are helping fund Alex Salmond’s legal challenge against the Scottish government’s handling of sexual harassment allegations against him, as th(...)

Fred McBride is to step down as the head of Tusla. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

The head of the Child and Family Agency, Tusla, Fred McBride, is to step down next month, it has been announced. The agency’s board told staff on Th(...)

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