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Steve Slusarski pedals Stephen McManus, founder The Bike Hub on Dun Laoghaire Pier. Photograph: Laura Hutton

Many people told us about kind healthcare workers, carers, supermarket staff, cafe owners and community volunteers who made their days better We(...)

The data raised a number of issues and exposed a traffic penalty system in need of greater consistency and cohesion, said Social Democrats co-leader Catherine Murphy.

Fewer than one in five people prosecuted in court for speeding offences are being convicted, new data shows. With a national average of just over 16(...)

Garda headquarters said on Monday it ‘continues to be concerned about the activity of persons who are sharing information on social media’.

The online reaction to the murder of Tullamore schoolteacher Ashling Murphy last week followed a grim and familiar pattern. As thousands used social (...)

During the trial, the jury was  told both men had been “taking sly digs” at one another as they drank.

A 23-year-old man who killed his father during a fist-fight which erupted moments after the two men left a pub they had been drinking in has been jai(...)

Will Hickey in action for St Michael’s during the 2020 Leinster Cup. Photograph: Bryan Keane/Inpho

Impressive Hickey Former age-grade Irish internationals enjoyed some notable achievements over the weekend in a European rugby context. Will Hickey (...)

Wexford County Council headquarters: the Standards in Public Office Commission (Sipo) found that Tom Enright seriously contravened provisions of the Local Government Act

Wexford County Council has voted not to take any action against its chief executive Tom Enright following a finding by the Standards in Public Office (...)

Covid-19 incidence rate highest in Westmeath, Clare and Kilkenny during Christmas. Photograph: iStock

The level of Covid-19 varied significantly between counties over the Christmas period, with some having an incidence rate that’s four times higher tha(...)

Europe suffered its hottest summer on record  while intense wildfires raged in Italy, Greece and Turkey. Photograph: iStock

The last seven years were the world’s hottest on record, with global average temperatures 1.2 degrees above pre-industrial levels, according to the la(...)

Daniel Airey lost the eight hours a day of help from a personal assistant after he graduated from college. Trying to get a similar service through the HSE has been a battle. Photograph: Laura Hutton

It is Health Season in The Irish Times. In print and online, we will be offering encouragement and inspiration to help us all improve our ph(...)

Overall third-level dropout rates for students who do a level five QQI course are less than 3%, compared to up to 10% in universities. File photograph: iStock

Most students in a sample of schools which had a low progression rate to third level but who went on to attend a Further Education (FE) college are pr(...)

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