Brian Cleary

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Eileen MacFarlane with her two-year-old son Oscar: MacFarlane suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum during her pregnancy, a condition that affects one in 150 woman

“Pregnancy should be the most amazing time in a woman’s life but it was honestly the worst time of mine,” says Eileen MacFarlane, mum to two-year-old (...)

“Our partnership with EVO allows us to become a force for change in the UK card-payments market, to bring greater simplicity, trust, and fairness for our members.” Photograph: Getty Images

Dublin-headquartered card payments technology firm EVO Payments is investing €1.8 million in its Irish operation as it enters the British card payment(...)

Karina Fee (37) from Rathfarnam in Dublin suffered from hyperemesis gravidarum from five weeks into her pregnancy until the birth of her son Noah, eight and a half months ago

A new charity to support Irish women who suffer from severe sickness during pregnancy has been launched. Hyperemesis Ireland will offer peer to peer (...)

Growth driven by the increasing use of card payments by Irish consumers

Card payment service provider EVO Payments International has announced the creation of 50 new jobs and the opening of a new Irish headquarters as part(...)

David Corcoran with an address at Collinswood, Whitehall, in Dublin pleaded guilty to assault causing harm to Philip Fitzgerald at Clanwilliam Terrace in Dublin 2. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A senior company executive, who beat and began strangling a cyclist for riding his bike on a Dublin city-centre footpath, has been spared a criminal r(...)

54% of Irish debit and credit card owners use contactless payment when paying for goods and services.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien / The Irish Times

Over half of debit and credit card owners use contactless payment when paying for goods and services, according to survey results published by BOI Pa(...)

The last time Clonmel suffered serious damage from the river Suir was in November 2009. Photograph: Joe St Leger

For decades, the words “heavy rainfall”, “Clonmel” and “flooding” were frequently heard, followed by television images of inundated homes, damaged sho(...)

 Judge John O’Connor ordered that three girls will face trial for robbery at the Dublin Children’s Court next month.  Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Three teenage girls have pleaded not guilty to robbery of a female Brazilian student who was allegedly beaten and mugged in Dublin city centre after s(...)