John Lynch

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You imagine an audience – collective brow furrowed – craning in to catch the sense of Aoife McArdle’s stubbornly individual theatrical debut. Ricochet(...)

Dr Michael O’Neill, director of research and development at Inflection Biosciences, Darren Cunningham, chief executive at Inflection and Prof Bryan Hennessy, senior clinical lecturer at RCSI and consultant medical oncologist. Photograph: Julien Behal

Irish drug development company Inflection Biosciences will present data on its fledgling breakthrough breast cancer therapy to the American Associatio(...)

Java Republic  MD  Grace O’Shaughnessy: “As a nation we are going to fall short of our commitment to reducing waste and carbon emissions, according to the EU protocols, by a long shot, and that’s not acceptable.” Photograph: Jason Clarke Photography

While the so-called “latte levy”, taxing non-compostable disposable coffee cups, is up for debate there are some social innovators and coffee houses a(...)

Physiotherapy at the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dún Laoghaire

A specialist at the National Rehabilitation Hospital (NRH) has warned cyclists: “This is not cowboy territory, red light means red light.” Dr Mark D(...)

Teagasc’s report shows that the most profitable Irish farms tend to have lower greenhouse gas emissions per unit of milk or meat produced.

The latest Farm Sustainability Report from Teagasc has provided valuable information on the economic, environmental and social sustainability of Irish(...)

Watch out for the fine print too. Some pension schemes for example, won’t give your estate back employer contributions if you die within two years of joining the scheme.

It may not be the most amusing of topics, but it could well be one of the most important. A few weeks ago we considered what will happen to your money(...)

 The avaiation industry is “a proper paddy party” and  Tallaght’s Alan Joyce is on course for a decade at the helm at Qantas. Photograph: Lisa Maree Williams/Getty Images

Ideally, green neckties would be banned. They rarely look good; slime-coloured fashion crimes slithering down the front of their wearers’ shirts. St P(...)

 Mourners at the funeral of victims of the fire in Clondalkin at St Anne’s Church, Shankill. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Holly and Jordan loved their mammy, and she loved them, but they were together now and not alone, their funeral Mass heard on Monday. The two childr(...)

Mourners at the prayer service in Bray for Annmarie, Paris, AJ, Holly and Jordan O’Brien, who died in the Clondalkin fire. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

A backdrop of children’s balloons and five coffins side-by-side underscored the sense of unreality at the prayer service on Sunday for those who died (...)

One of Us poses dark questions about morality, family and the lies people tell

The Elliott and Douglas families are left reeling when they discover they have both lost a child in One of US (BBC One, Tuesdays, 9pm). Childhood swe(...)

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