John O Hagan

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Central Bank  governor Philip Lane, pictured on his first day in office in November 2015. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Trinity College Dublin economics professor John O’Hagan didn’t think much of it when he hadn’t heard in weeks from the third-year student he’d hired i(...)

‘There is little evidence to suggest that migrants, from the EU in particular, push down wages or displace the jobs of domestic workers.’ File photograph: Ben Borg Cardona/AFP/Getty Images

Patrick Pearse believed that our island could support 30 million people or more. Is the objective of a much higher population desirable though? Are th(...)

John Ward appeared before Letterkenny Circuit Court charged with stabbing Patrick Mongan.

A man with 132 previous convictions, who stabbed his brother-in-law in the neck while he slept in his bed with his wife and baby, was given a suspende(...)

David Douglas: shot dead last July

A Dublin man accused of murdering David Douglas will face trial at the three-judge, non-jury Special Criminal Court. Mr Douglas (55) was shot dead l(...)

StudyBundles founders Daniel Hinkley, John O’Hagan and Declan Sweeney: trio established the start-up last year

Irish start-up StudyBundles has signed a deal with University of Manchester to develop a wellbeing mobile app for its staff and students. The Irish (...)

University College Galway: The only Irish university to move up in the recent QS rankings.

The significant change in the positions of most Irish universities in recent years in the QS ranking of world universities is causing alarm in some qu(...)

Judges claimed more than €780,000 in expenses in the first half of 2016, new Courts Service figures show. File photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Judges claimed more than €780,000 in expenses in the first half of 2016, new Courts Service figures show. The largest claim, for €24,500, was made by(...)

A woman who knocked down a child after he suffered an angry episode due to his Asperger’s Syndrome has told his family she will think about them every day of her life.

A woman who knocked down a child after he suffered an angry episode due to his Asperger’s Syndrome has told his family she will think about them every(...)

So here is a potential positive to a Brexit. Progress on so many fronts may more easily take place without such an obstructive and important member of the “family” present. Photograph: Getty Images

Maybe de Gaulle was right to reject British membership of the EU in the 1960s, on the grounds that Britain was too insular and non-European in outlook(...)

Monaghan Circuit Court awarded €75,000 in damages against a man who posted a defamatory comment on Facebook. Photograph: Dado Ruvic/Reuters

Last Thursday, Judge John O’Hagan of Monaghan Circuit Court awarded €75,000 in damages against a man who had posted a defamatory comment on Facebook. (...)

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