Kevin Cullen

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When a resident in emergency accommodation or a person living on the streets expresses suicidal ideation or self-harms, frontline staff can request an urgent call-out by a Sure Steps counsellor to carry out an assessment.  Photograph: Getty Images

An emergency counselling and suicide-prevention service for homeless people has reduced ambulance call-outs to hostels and rough-sleepers by half, a r(...)

Kevin Cullen: part of the team which won the Pulitzer Prize in 2003 for its reporting of abuse in the Catholic Church. He is an occasional contributor to The Irish Times and a regular contributor on Irish radio. Photograph:  Paul Marotta/Getty Images

Well-known columnist Kevin Cullen has been put on administrative leave by the Boston Globe, the newspaper has confirmed. Cullen, an occasional contri(...)

He could have been a contender. Even Angelo Dundee, Muhammad Ali’s cornerman, thought so: “If I had had that guy at 20,” said the legendary trainer of(...)

Nan Brennan, serving in the Criterion Bar, Bundoran. Photograph: James Connolly

When Bundoran publican Nan Brennan died last Sunday at the age of 81, many reminisced fondly about the no-singing, no-swearing, no-television rule she(...)

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy returned to Ireland after US prosecutors dropped a murder charge against her linked to the death of a one-year-old girl. Photograph: Keith Bedford/Boston Globe via AP

Irish nanny Aisling Brady McCarthy is being sued for wrongful death by the parents of the deceased one-year-old girl she cared for, five months after (...)

Joe Crowley (right) a survivor of clerical abuse, and Michael Cyril Creighton, the actor who portrays him in ‘Spotlight’.

The idea of journalism being cinematic is counterintuitive. Rather than being visually appealing, the craft of journalism is more in keeping with Bism(...)

 Edward Kennedy flanked by  President Mary McAleese and Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott talks to reporters on Capitol Hill Tuesday, May 16, 2000. Photo: AP Photo/Hillery Smith Garrison

From 1987 to 1998 I worked with Senator Ted Kennedy and served as his foreign policy advisor during pivotal years in the Northern Ireland peace proces(...)

Six Nations rugby: More than 120 executives from the property investment and development world must guess the scores of Six Nations matches as part of the Armchair Pundit rugby score prediction game being run by the property group HWBC. Photograph: INPHO/Cathal Noonan

The Armchair Pundit rugby score prediction game being run by the property group HWBC has gone down to the wire.More than 120 executives from the prope(...)

Eloquent: abuse survivor Maíria Cahill outside Government Buildings this week. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

It’s a story that won’t go away, you know: a controversial leader, beset by allegations of a cover-up following a crime, sees his position become e(...)

Joe Kennedy with his family when he was US ambassador in London.

In 1848, Patrick Kennedy surveyed the moonscape that was Dunganstown, County Wexford. He regarded both the dead potatoes and his dead neighbours and c(...)

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