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Russian president Vladimir Putin during his annual press conference in Moscow on Thursday. He announced that he will be running as an independent candidate in next year’s presidential election. Photograph: Sergei Chirikov/EPA

Vladimir Putin has dismissed allegations of collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s election campaign team as “invented” during his annual press (...)

Fighting is inevitable in long-term relationships – the trick is to be able to get over the fight with the least damage to everyone concerned

People who spend a lot of time in the doghouse are probably not looking forward to the so-called festive season – or to any other season that involves(...)

The bottom line is that painful joints and sore backs may very well be unreliable forecasters. Photograph: Getty

The association between aches and pains and damp weather is all in the mind, doctors have concluded. For millennia people have been blaming the rain (...)

A case before the US Supreme Court, involving a US attempt to force Microsoft to divulge emails held in its Irish data centre,  has exposed a worrying level of  Irish indifference  to Ireland’s wider European data protection obligations

Through a mix of adept national policy-making, an appealing location and a bit of good fortune, Ireland has a globally-envied position as one of the b(...)

 Sinn Féin  welcomed publication of a  letter  signed by 200 northern nationalists that cited a  “sense of abandonment” over Brexit, the Stormont impasse, and the  DUP-Tory Westminster deal. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty

An open letter to Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, signed by 200 Northern nationalists of varying prominence, has called on the Irish Government to address the(...)

The Prince of Nothingwood: Salim Shaheen with his collaborator Qurban Ali

There are some uneasy qualities to Sonia Kronlund’s fascinating documentary on a prolific, no-rent Afghan film-maker. Salim Shaheen’s movies are certa(...)

Declan Ganley is associated in popular consciousness mainly with two things: Libertas and its anti-Lisbon Treaty, pro-federal EU outlook; and his anti(...)

The decision taken by members of the Oireachtas Committee on the Eighth Amendment on Wednesday is a watershed that shows how the debate on abortion has altered in ways that were unimaginable 35 years ago. Photograph: Eric Luke

One of the peculiarities of the Irish debate on abortion in the early 1980s – a debate that was to culminate, but not find resolution, in the Eighth A(...)

Cyborg implants and wearable diagnostics on data capturing devices will create new dynamics

Digitalisation: There are several developing themes that will dramatically change the future of pharmaceutical manufacturing; firstly, the effect of B(...)

Ireland’s track record of delivering high calibre Stem graduates into industry has helped the pharma sector develop

A knowledge economy depends entirely on having a ready supply of knowledge workers. That is never more the case than in the life sciences sector, wher(...)

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