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Clare Island whiskey maker Carl O’Grady and The Dolphin, the island’s former ferry and now a whiskey maturing vessel, overlooked by Grace O’Malley’s Castle. Photograph: Peter Murtagh/The Irish Times

I’m hunkered down with Clare Island man Carl O’Grady inside the cramped hold of a 36ft-long, timber-hulled boat tied to a buoy in the middle of the is(...)

Teacher says   some students who didn’t sit the exam and went for accredited grades instead may have quite liked the paper. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Leaving Cert construction studies: Working from home features on a straightforward paper Passive houses and sustainable living featured on a fair and(...)

Judge James McCourt said that while the injured party has clearly been impacted by the injury, he has not made a ‘song and dance about it’.

A 38-year-old building site foreman, who had to give up playing golf and football after a shampoo dispenser crushed one of his big toes, has been awar(...)

Mayo TD Dara Calleary said the entire costs should be granted under the scheme, which is estimated to cost the exchequer up to €1.5bn. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The Government must pay for 100 per cent of families’ costs arising from problems with defective blocks in their homes, and sort the issue before the (...)

Cillian O’Connor in action against Clare last weekend. Photograph: Laszlo Geczo/Inpho

Mayo’s All Star corner forward Cillian O’Connor is to undergo a procedure this week on an Achilles tendon injury. The attacker suffered the injury in(...)

In The News is presented by reporters Conor Pope and Sorcha Pollak.

On Tuesday, busloads of people travelled from Donegal and Mayo to protest outside Dublin’s Convention Centre calling for increased financial supports (...)

Homeowners from Donegal, Mayo and Clare at protests in Dublin on Tuesday. Photograph: Tom Honan

The Government has told families affected by mica it will pay as close as possible to 100 per cent for remediation works to their homes but will not a(...)

Protesters demand a 100% redress scheme for homes and properties contaminated with mica. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

Hundreds of protesters took to the streets around Dublin’s Convention Centre on Tuesday to campaign for increased financial supports for homeowners af(...)

The mica effected home of Tina and Harry Crumlish, in Culdaff, Co Donegal. Photograph:  Joe Dunne

Thousands of people are expected at a demonstration in Dublin on Tuesday by homeowners demanding the expansion of a redress scheme for property affect(...)

Pyrite cracking in Dublin. Unlike the mica redress scheme, the pyrite redress scheme offered 100% compensation. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Houses in Donegal are crumbling, and we may have reached a point where the mica scandal – where concrete blocks with mica were used in the constructio(...)

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