Fiona Ryan

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Fiona Ryan  and her finance Jonathan Mathis left the country with their young son   recently after experiencing online abuse following their participation in an advertising campaign for Lidl supermarket.  Photograph Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Twitter has defended how it deals with harmful content after a mixed-race Co Meath couple left Ireland following a death threat and abusive and racist(...)

Fiona Ryan with Jon Mathis have had ‘huge support’ and spent the weekend in Ireland with family, but plan to leave again. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

A mixed-race Co Meath couple, who have left Ireland after a death threat and abusive and racist comments online , say they will not speak publicly aga(...)

Fiona Ryan and Jonathan Mathis received abuse after they featured in an advertising campaign for the Lidl supermarket chain. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

A mixed-race Co Meath couple who appeared in an ad campaign for supermarket chain Lidl has decided to leave Ireland after being subjected to abuse onl(...)

  Fiona Ryan and Jonathan  Mathis  feature in an advertising  campaign for the Lidl supermarket chain. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Hate legislation is in preparation in Ireland but it is a difficult issue to get right because the Government does not want to do anything to “stifle (...)

Fiona Ryan with Jon Mathis, who experienced online abuse after featuring in an ad campaign for the Lidl supermarket chain. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw for The Irish Times

A mixed-race Co Meath couple say they may leave Ireland after being subjected to abuse online following their participation in an advertising campaign(...)

Former vice-chairman of the NI Policing Board Denis Bradley delivers a speech at the 43th anniversary of the Dublin and Monaghan bombings in which 34 people were killed. Photograph: Gareth Chaney

Derek Byrne remembers working as a 14-year-old petrol pump attendant filling up the car of Patrick Fay at the Westbrook garage on Parnell Street in Du(...)

Some victims of domestic violence can’t get access to emergency accommodation because it is outside their home county, the head of a women’s charity h(...)

Annmarie O’Brien (top left), her daughter Paris (left), with Holly O’Brien and Jordan O’Brien, who all died, and their mother Bridget O’Brien (top right), who remains critically ill following the fire at Kilcronan estate in Clondalkin, Dublin.

The sole survivor of a fire at an apartment in Clondalkin, Dublin, last month is making “slow progress”, a relative of the family has said. Bridget (...)

Sonas chief executive Fiona Ryan said it took steps above and beyond simply complying with fire regulations to ensure the safety of the families living in the step-down accommodation for victims of domestic violence. Photograph: Colin Keegan

The domestic abuse charity which provided the accommodation for those killed in the Clondalkin fire in Dublin said it did all it could to ensure that (...)

Fiona Ryan of Sonas: “We are a charity which operates facilities very much under the radar, in a very low-key, anonymous way. So, of course we are going to have to look at this.” Photograph: Colin Keegan, Collins Dublin

A facility for women and children fleeing domestic violence, where four people died on Wednesday morning, may have to move following its identificatio(...)

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