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Data shows a majority of climate cases taken against governments in Europe have led to outcomes resulting in greater climate regulation, the IIEA study says. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Climate litigation pursued by citizens and environmental activists enables them to assume a role in enforcing Government commitments on climate action(...)

Tom Barry utilised good intelligence on where exactly a party of British Auxiliaries from C Company, based in Macroom, would go on patrol and selected a site in Kilmichael which offered his men ‘good killing ground’

IRA guerrilla leader, Tom Barry showed great military expertise in planning the Kilmichael ambush in West Cork 100 years ago today, both in selecting (...)

The ruins of Cork city centre after the burning of the city by British forces in 1920. Photograph: FPG/Hulton Archive/Getty Images

A new exhibition on the burning of Cork by British forces in 1920 will help people understand why so many people were prepared to fight and die for an(...)

Garrett Phillips (46) was given a 6 year prison term after previously being convicted of one charge of orally raping a 20-year-old woman on the outskirts of Galway city in the early hours of November 5th, 2015. Photograph: Collins Courts.

A former Ros na Rún actor has been sentenced to six years in prison for what a judge said was the “predatory” rape of a young woman. Garrett Phillips(...)

A garda on the scene at Seagull House on Crumlin Road in Dublin where Paul Curran was fatally stabbed on July 16th, 2016. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

The mother of a man who was murdered in Dublin last year by a teenager has said her son was a soft-natured boy who loved Christmas. Graham McEvoy (1(...)

Karl Whelan: The UCD economist questioned whether the Trump administration had the competency to get tax reforms through the US Congress. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The introduction by the US of a so-called “border adjustment tax” could kill off the leprechaun in Irish economics but will unlikely dampen real econo(...)

Sean Hurley was buried along with 20 other casualties of the Easter Rising in Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Much of the current debate about the necessity of the 1916 Easter Rising is speculation which fails to take account of the motivation of those involve(...)

Solar farms might become part of the landscape in the southern half of the country in the next decades as part of a policy to cut down reliance on fo(...)

Anomalies in legislation governing the powers and practices of GSOC are leading to gardaí being treated like second class citizens, the AGSI co(...)