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Minister for Health Simon Harris said more than 1,000 women who had cervical cancer had now signed up to a review of their slides by the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists in the UK. File photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

The Government has to do “a lot more” in relation to cervical cancer patients, the Minister for Health Simon Harris has said. Mr Harris has also def(...)

David Mach working on his installation Rock’n’Roll. Photograph: Andrew Downes

David Mach and I are looking, in the manner of that council worker’s cliche, into a hole. This is a hole with a difference, in that Mach has attacked (...)

 Statue of Oliver Goldsmith at Trinity College Dublin. Photograph: iStock

When the statue of Lord Carlisle was blown from its plinth in the People’s Garden in the Phoenix Park on July 28th, 1958, the incident was news for on(...)

‘Elephants Watering Amongst Water Lilies, Ceylon’

Two watercolour paintings of 19th century Ceylon – today known as Sri Lanka – by an Irish artist, are to go under the hammer in a travel-related aucti(...)

Why would anyone intending to have sex stay in a seminary for celibates? That’s the most puzzling but not the saddest aspect of current controversy a(...)

Ann Mulrooney in the kitchen of her home in Kilkenny. Photograph: Dylan Vaughan

Director of the Visual Arts Centre in Carlow, Ann Mulrooney graduated from Cork’s Crawford Art College and then London’s Royal College of Art. She exh(...)

 At the  Royal College of Physicians of Ireland policy group on alcohol  public meeting  in  Kildare Street, Dublin, yesterday, were (from left) Prof Frank Murray, Royal College of Physicians of Ireland, Dr Stephen Stewart, consultant hepatologist and director of the Centre for Liver Disease, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Supt Collette Quinn, director of the Garda juvenile diversion programme, Dr Bobby Smyth, consultant child and adolescent psychiatrist, and John Buckley, youth engagement officer at Spunout.ie.  Photograph: Mark Stedman/Photocall Ireland

The introduction of a minimum price for alcohol is the most effective way to reduce heavy drinking among young people, a public meeting organised by t(...)