Paul Cullen

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File image of Vicky Phelan, one of the women affected by the CervicalCheck controversy, at Government Buildings. File photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times

Having promised at one point that no woman involved in the CervicalCheck controversy would have to go to court, the Government seems likely to accept (...)

Pope Francis: It will require courage and creativity to ensure  there is a legacy to last week’s events and  they are not a one-off fireworks display. Photograph: Vatican Media

In the course of a 1957 lecture, French writer Albert Camus said: “An oriental wise man always used to ask the divinity in his prayers to be so kind a(...)

Pope John Paul II kisses thr ground on arrival in Dublin, 1979. Photograph: Mazpix

Watching the second part of the quite superb RTÉ documentary series The Game last Monday night, I was struck by the fervour of the crowds in Croke Par(...)

Bishop of Elphin Kevin Doran was a guest on Today with Sean O’Rourke.

That collective moan you may have heard reverberating across Ireland on Monday morning was from Ireland’s Catholic bishops. It was not delayed reactio(...)

Forty per cent of respondents to Fujitsu’s survey were troubled by the phenomenon of “social anxiety and the role technology plays in promoting a more reclusive and less social lifestyle”.

In an era where technology is bringing us closer to driverless cars and robot servants, the majority of Irish people still feel a little uncomfortable(...)

 Gardai at the scene after the shooting of Paul Cullen at The Cabra House  in Dublin. Photograph: Eric Luke

A 26-year-old Dublin man was was shot dead in his local pub was about to turn his life around, an inquest heard. Paul Cullen of Fassaugh Avenue in C(...)

 Irish Rail said that non-cooperation by existing staff with the training of new drivers was preventing the introduction of a planned ten-minute frequency DART service and the expansion of other services.  File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Train drivers have overwhelmingly rejected a proposed new 1.15 per cent pay rise for past productivity which would also have required them to take par(...)

The National Bus and Rail Union said Iarnród Éireann staff were unhappy their voucher could only be used at one retailer. Photograph: Eric Luke

A row over a tax-free €500 voucher for staff at Irish Rail, which formed part of a settlement to a dispute at the company before Christmas, could lead(...)

Iarnród Éireann union members are being balloted for strike action. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Talks are to take place at the Workplace Relations Commission on Thursday in a bid to avert a potential dispute on pay which could disrupt services on(...)

Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin had the highest number of cancelled surgeries, at 262, according to HSE figures. Photograph: Getty Images

Almost 900 heart and chest surgeries have been cancelled in public hospitals since the start of last year, according to new figures. On 119 occasions(...)

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