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People hold candles at the annual Console “service of light” in St Patrick’s Chapel,  Maynooth College, last December, to remember those who have died by suicide. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

You might think from the sudden outbreak of discussion about suicide that the problem had recently become worse. In fact, our suicide problem has –(...)

Professor Michael O’Keefe claimed health insurance rates were being inflated by inappropriate billing. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Health insurer VHI insisted today that it took reports of inappropriate billing by hospitals “extremely seriously” and had established a specia(...)

On May 1st, Pat Kenny interviewed Minister for Health James Reilly on RTÉ Radio 1 about the abortion legislation currently going through the Oi(...)

Like most journalists, I’m widely regarded as an indispensable force for good in the battle to restore western civilisation. Oops, I’m co(...)

Kate Adie after she was presented with a certificate of Irish heritage   at a special Waterford Gathering ceremony held in Waterford Castle. Photograph: Patrick Browne

Former BBC Chief News Correspondent, Kate Adie yesterday spoke of her pride at being presented with a Certificate of Irish Heritage in recognition (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny and Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore at a media briefing at Government Buildings yesterday. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The mood of the Fine Gael parliamentary party moved firmly behind Taoiseach Enda Kenny and the leadership in its suppor(...)

Bernard Harbour: “Impact will take the view that if there are changes they cannot be at the cost of Impact members.” Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Trade unions have again warned of industrial action if the Government moves unilaterally to cut the pay of public service staff following rejec(...)

Divisive: Margaret Thatcher, photographed in 1987. Photograph: Tom Stoddart/Getty Images

She was a polarising figure in life, so it was hardly surprising that Margaret Thatcher should prove equally divisive in death. As well the sharply(...)

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin: indicated that Labour Party TDs would be prepared to vote in favour of public service pay cuts if necessary. Photographer: Dara Mac Dónaill

Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform Brendan Howlin has ruled out further negotiations on the proposed new Croke Park agreement to cut th(...)

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‘And not one of them speaking about recession!” So exclaimed Senator Marie-Louise O’Donnell in a report for Today (...)

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