Norah Casey

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The Irish Tatler magazine was recently revamped. Irish Tatler Man and U Magazine both ceased publication in print last summer.

The company that owns the Sunday Business Post newspaper is in talks with the owner of Irish Tatler about merging the glossy magazine and its sister t(...)

Unshamed Magdalenes: among the women who met President Michael D Higgins last year were Rita Lawlor, from Raheny in Dublin, Sally Donohoe, from Ballymun in Dublin, and Catherine Mary O’Connor, from Julianstown, in Co Meath. Portraits by Cyril Byrne

The list of injustices faced by more than 10,000 women who were confined at one point to Magdalene laundries in Ireland is long and harrowing: the los(...)

Katie Molony, now co-chief executive, with Ciaran Casey, of media group Irish Studio.

Irish Studio, which owns the Irish Central site and magazine brands Irish Tatler and Food & Wine, has appointed Katie Molony and Ciaran Casey as (...)

INM papers on display at the Independent News & Media AGM in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

There was a moment during Mark Zuckerberg’s by turn torturous (for him) and frustrating (for everybody else) April testimony to Congress when one US p(...)

Kathleen Chada, whose sons Eoghan and Ruairí were murdered by their father, Sanjeev Chada, speaking at the Safe World Summit in the Mansion House, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

People need to be braver about confronting domestic abuse when they see it, the two sons of a man who murdered his wife and daughter have said. Luke (...)

Irish Studio: Media group owns websites, magazines and event businesses.

Media group Irish Studio, which owns the Irish Central site and magazine brands Irish Tatler and Food & Wine, is adding 12 jobs across its operati(...)

Pending regulatory approval, it is expected to close in about six-to-eight weeks

Galway businessman Enda O’Coineen, the chairman of Kilcullen Kapital Partners, has signed a deal to buy the Sunday Business Post newspaper. Staff at (...)

Broadcaster and entrepreneur Norah Casey said the calibre of women who organised  at the ‘Women Leaders Who are Shaping the World’ event. Photograph: Collins

Cork woman Joanne O’Riordan said the pope’s visit to Ireland offers an opportunity to learn from mistakes of the past and to unite those who feel hurt(...)

Norah Casey chaired the discussion on domestic violence  during the World Meeting of Families at the RDS, Dublin. Photograph: Gareth Chaney Collins

Women who were the victims of domestic abuse were told by their clergy that it was part of their sacrifice in this life and they would get their rewar(...)

National collections and appeals for the World Meeting of Families  started last year. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The Catholic Church is trying to plug a €5 million hole in its fundraising for the visit of Pope Francis. Just days before the pontiff arrives in Ir(...)

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