Aine Carroll

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Road Safety Authority chair Liz O’Donnell and outgoing chief executive Moyagh Murdock. Ms Murdock is taking up a new role as chief executive of Insurance Ireland. Photograph: Tom Honan

The deadline for applicants to one of four vacancies on the Road Safety Authority board has been extended after the notice incorrectly gave the remune(...)

Started your Christmas shopping yet? Then you’d better get ready because from next week, officially, ‘tis the season. In 2018, over half of us bough(...)

For chargers, it is recommended to avoid chargers that feel too light, are supplied with a two-pin plug or if the USB port is upside down. Photograph: Roy Mehrta/Getty Images

It happened, like most accidents do, in a split second. One second the phone was charging; the next there was a spark from the cable and a small flame(...)

What is being billed as Ireland’s “first ever national yoga festival”, called NOURISH #YogaFSTVL, is scheduled for September 17th-23rd. Yoga studios, workshops and retreats all over Ireland will be opening their doors to welcome locals of all ages and abilities. For more information check out Pictured is Jeanie Jyanti of Anam Solas Yoga.

1) The Dublin Rape Crisis Centre is seeking volunteers to train as Telephone Counsellors to staff its 24-hour national freephone helpline outside offi(...)

Don’t let Cyber Monday be a retailers’ fun day. Photograph: iStock

It doesn’t take much to make something “traditional” in the 21st century. Last Friday we all “celebrated” the tradition of Black Friday (although, con(...)

Aine Carroll (38), said the incident happened about 12.45am on March 18th, 2013, as she made her way to the exit of Rody Bolands pub, Rathmines. File photograph: Google Street View

An action for damages by a woman who fractured her ankle when she fell in a Dublin bar after another person hit against her has been struck out on con(...)

The data showed that motorcycle road fatalities mainly occurred at weekends, in daylight and in dry conditions.

A third of motorcyclists who died in crashes during a five-year period examined by the Road Safety Authority (RSA), drank alcohol before the collision(...)

The chances of Irish hospital patients dying after surgery are 2.6 times higher here than in the UK, said Dr Áine Carroll, the(...)