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The Workplace Relations Commission  has ordered the Dublin community school to admit the girl to second year next September.

A multidenominational secondary school discriminated against a Catholic girl on religious grounds by favouring for admission Church of Ireland student(...)

Sr Moira Keane, who has been working with Irish prisoners  as part of the Irish Chaplaincy, is the 2019 winner of Irish in Britain’s Individual Volunteer award.

A nun from Co Galway has won an award for her work helping Irish prisoners in the UK. Sr Moira Keane, from the Sisters of Mercy who has been working(...)

Photograph: Niklas Halle'n/AFP/Getty

With less than three weeks to go until Britain is due to exit the European Union, it is a time of uncertainty for the almost 400,000 Irish-b(...)

As a community, the Irish have the highest median age - 53 years - of any immigrant group here in Britain. Photograph: iStock

With a COMMUNITY of almost 400,000, the United Kingdom is host to the largest Irish-born POPULATION outside of the Republic of Ireland. Despit(...)

The Irish in Britain organisation said ‘a lot of uncertainty and concern’ remained about what would happen to social welfare payments - particularly pensions - for Irish people living in the UK after Brexit. Photograph: iStock

Access to social welfare payments for Irish citizens living in the UK, and UK citizens in Ireland, will be “guaranteed” after Britain exits the Europe(...)

Brian Heffernan receives his award as best individual volunteer from the award sponsor Conor Foley of IIBN,  with nominator Guy Bolongaro (left)

A man who upcycles furniture for Irish people in London, a care in the community group that visits vulnerable and housebound members of the Irish comm(...)

Earlier this month two new members of the Caranua board resigned citing its “mistreatment” of survivors. Thomas Cronin and Dr Mary Lodato were appointed to the board by Minister for Education Richard Bruton. Photograph: Collins

One of the biggest organisations representing UK-based survivors of religious institutional abuse will raise concerns with the Government about Caranu(...)

RTÉ, Donnybrook: Commercial   income at the broadcaster  came in at €155 million in 2015 – less than the €179 million licence fee funding it received that year. Photograph: Alan Betson

Wednesday was “Dee-Day” in RTÉ, as Dee Forbes, director-general of the national public service broadcaster since last July, outlined her vision for th(...)

 RTÉ director general Noel Curran: “Crucially, throughout this very difficult period, RTÉ has continued to deliver for audiences across all its services.” Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

RTÉ has reported a loss of €65.2 million for 2012 but it also made an operating profit of more than €2 million. Senior executives said this was an ind(...)

Pat Kenny’s move to Newstalk will see RTÉ’s spend on “top talent“ fall by in the region of €600,000 each year.  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

The decision by broadcaster Pat Kenny not to renew his contract with RTÉ has been described by a senior station executive as “very significant” and “(...)