(Left to rigth) Women’s Aid chief executive Sarah Benson, Vodafone chief executive  Anne O’Leary, and Det Chief Supt Declan Daly at launch of BrightSky, a free app providing information on domestic abuse and sexual violence. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times.

Reporting concerns that a neighbour or friend might be being domestically abused to gardaí is a “civic duty”, a senior member of the force has said. (...)

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Vodafone Ireland is helping parents to tackle the issue of online safety for children with a new portal that will provide information and resources to(...)

The ‘Headbomz’ video encourages children to express their feelings to a parent, a teacher or other trusted adult

The exploding head splatters all over the place: eyeballs bouncing, the nose on the ceiling, the brain in the “bog”. It’s the sort of grisly cartoon h(...)

Young Joanne O’Riordan is already something of a national hero. Born with Tetra-amelia syndrome, an extremely rare condition characterised by t(...)

Vodafone Ireland Foundation manager Natalie Hodgess (left), with YSI chief executive Rachel Collier

The Vodafone Ireland Foundation has partnered with youth organisation Young Social Innovators (YSI) to combine its successful education programme and (...)