Dara Quigley

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Before You Say Anything, which will be performed at Dublin Castle’s Chapel Royal. Every audience member, director Claire O’Reilly says of the play, ‘will bring their own perspective to it. Every audience member will have a different opinion.’

Malaprop Theatre was due to premiere a new play by Dylan Coburn Gray in March, just as the country went into lockdown. The play, Hothouse, was a clima(...)

Dara Quigley who died on April 12th, 2017

The family of journalist and activist Dara Quigley, who died by suicide in April 2017 after intimate images of her were widely shared online, say they(...)

The ICCL  found that most victims of online abuse are women, and that perpetrators were most commonly partners, prospective partners or ex-partners who were “attempting to exert control”. Photograph: iStock

The Government should amend legislation to outlaw the creating and sharing of private sexual images without consent, a civil liberties group has said.(...)

Journalist and blogger Dara Quigley (36), who died on April 12th 2017, five days after being stopped by gardaí on Harcourt Street and detained under the Mental Health Act 2001

The family of Dara Quigley, who took her own life last year five days after Garda CCTV footage of her running naked on a Dublin street was shared onli(...)

Dara Quigley who died on April 12th, 2017

The Garda Ombudsman has confirmed a garda accused of sharing video footage of a woman with mental health issues running naked on the street will not f(...)

A vigil outside the Dáil on Friday for Dara Quigley. Pictured is her friend Dolly Murphy with her painted impression of Dara. Photograph: Dave Meehan

The office of the Data Protection Commissioner has said it is examining the leaking of Garda footage of the late journalist and blogger Dara Quigley. (...)

Dara Quigley died on April 12th.

Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald said she was “totally disturbed and appalled” by reports that Garda CCTV footage of a distressed young woman who later die(...)

The National Drugs Crisis protest at the Dáil in 2006: the new national drugs strategy will be published this  summer; it comes  21 years after the first such “national statement” from central government on drugs. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

A friend, to whom I wish I’d been a better friend, died recently. Dara Quigley was a writer, a merciless observer of Irish society, bright as a butto(...)