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Couple’s legal case against Garda asks  that  the computer be examined immediately. Photograph: Frank Miller

A couple accused of possessing child pornography on their home computer face having their children taken into care due to a nine-month delay by the Ga(...)

Graham Ball, Darragh Ball and Iarlaith McElroy at the launch of the Doora Barefield Community Games new waste reduction initiative: a reusable water bottle. Photograph: John Kelly

Monday is World Recycling Day when all across the globe people will aim to spread the message that reusing plastics and other materials is vital to pr(...)

 Minister Heather Humphreys TD at the launch of the book Protestant and Irish pictured with its editors Ian d’Alton and Ida Milne, at the RIA in Dawson Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/ The Irish Times

Growing up in north Leitrim in the 1980s, Colin Regan, a member of the Church of Ireland who played senior football for the county GAA team, remembers(...)

In Galway city all family law cases were held on the same day with criminal cases in other courts in the courthouse.

Childcare cases are being heard in overcrowded and “severely overworked” courts alongside criminal cases, in sometimes dilapidated courthouses without(...)

We have let Irish children down in the past, inexcusably and with unthinkable consequences, and we quite rightly want to make sure that never happens again.

When it comes to child safety, you can’t be too careful. That’s one of those self-evidently true, sensible, rational statements, that starts to fall a(...)

Jacqui Dwyer (left) and Louise Smyth at the community communion pop-up shop at Ballymun Child and Family Resource Centre in Ballymun, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

In Dublin’s Ballymun, amid elaborate confections of chiffon, voile, silk and lace, little girls and their parents are this year able to say yes to the(...)

Bray-born Bishop Wallace Benn is scheduled to be guest speaker in June at the Irish College of Preachers conference in the Church of Ireland Theological Institute, Dublin. Photograph: Andrew Parsons/PA.

An Irish-born Church of England bishop, who has faced serious questions over his handling of clerical child sex abuse allegations in the UK, has had h(...)

Cherym were among the bands that left the biggest live impression at Belfast’s Output festival

What Derry pop punk trio  Where Derry  Why At Belfast’s Output festival last month, where new bands showcase their wares at night after a da(...)

The reading room at the National Archives in Dublin. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

More than two million documents from the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse, the Residential Institutions Redress Board, and the Residential Insti(...)

Momo challenege is a hoax, says charities.

It is the most talked about viral scare story of the year so far, blamed for child suicides and violent attacks - but experts and charities have warne(...)

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