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Joanne Chester: able to get full access to her third-level education at Maynooth University, but once she graduated she felt out on her own again

Emma Nolan got fed up of employers in Ireland turning her down for every job she applied for. One of those jobs was at a gym, as she has a qualificati(...)

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar speaking to reporters at  Inspirefest  in Dublin’s Bord Gáis Energy Theatre, Dublin. Photograph:  Collins

The President of the United States is welcome in Ireland but protest “is allowed and is welcome”, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar said on Thursday. Mr Varadk(...)

Under plans being worked on by US officials, Donald Trump may return to Doonbeg from France on June 7th before flying back to the US.

US president Donald Trump will visit Ireland early next month when he travels to the UK for a state visit and France for a war commemoration, sources (...)

‘National reputation’: Richard III, staged by Druid, whose director, Garry Hynes, pointed out the arts’ contribution to Ireland’s standing

Arts funding should be restored to boom-era levels to compensate for the sector’s lack of resources, a new Oireachtas report suggests. The Arts Matte(...)

Bob Dorrance,  chief executive  of TD Securities: ‘We took a view that we couldn’t afford to wait around to see how Brexit turned out’

Canadian financial services group Toronto-Dominion Bank aims to have 80 employees by the end of the year in its new European Union hub in Dublin, whic(...)

Controversial US pastor Steven L Anderson thanked Ireland for banning him because he was getting lots of extra listeners.  Photograph: STR/AFP/Getty Images

Pastor Steven Anderson, the first person banned from Ireland under the 1999 Immigration Act, believes its is the country’s loss that he will not be ab(...)

 Work  at the national children’s hospital  site at St James’s Hospital, Dublin. While its  cash cost  is heading for €2bn, a hidden cost is the effect on the economy’s output of raising the revenue to pay for it. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

EU structural funds have played a key role in facilitating investment in Ireland’s modern physical infrastructure and human capital. Over the 1990s th(...)

In 2011 alone, the EU imported beef and livestock feed associated with more than 1,000sq km of Brazilian deforestation – equivalent to more than 300 football fields a day

Evidence that Brazil’s rainforests are being pillaged to accommodate human over consumption is becoming more conclusive. What we eat, drink and use on(...)

Greenpeace: ‘We are heading towards climate breakdown . . . the Irish Government still have their heads firmly in the sand.’ File photograph: Getty

Eight EU countries, but not Ireland, are to push for increased commitments on climate action at the “future of Europe” summit in Romania on Thursday. (...)

Among those present at the committee were Derry woman Emma de Souza. She wants to exercise a European Union right to bring her American-born husband, Jake (left), to live with her in Derry. File photograph: Emma de Souza

Irish citizens in the North “have had enough” and want to see the Irish Government stand up for them to ensure that they do not have a “second-class v(...)

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