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They saw my pregnant bump from afar and they came for me with their judgment. But the smug, patronising earth-mothers with their leaflets on how prope(...)

The Minister for Finance Michael Noonan

Further injections of capital into AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB “might prove unavoidable” the Irish Fiscal Advisory Council has warned in(...)

Charlotte McCallum Mallard (right) and her wife Beth Mallard and their 22-month-old daughter Lola, at home in Galway. Photograph: Joe O’Shaughnessy
Modern family

Christmas Day celebrations have come a long away since the manger, and today’s festive families can be made up of everyone from friends and neighbo(...)

The Government’s chief scientific adviser has said the potential “long-term economic impact” of Ireland’s marine renewable energy research “cannot be (...)

Hundreds of free events are taking place nationwide as part of Science Week 2013, which runs from November 10th – 17th. Science and maths educator Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin was pictured at the launch. Photograph: Keith Arkins

The molecular composition of a cell isn’t something that would normally distract Niamh Tully (8) or Luke Carr (8) or any of their fellow classmates in(...)

Minister for Research Sean Sherlock said the investment has the potential to position Ireland at the forefront of the marine renewable energy research sector globally. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

A new €29 million research centre could put Ireland at the forefront of the marine renewable energy research sector, according to the Government.Up to(...)

Comdt Lorraine Fahey is one of 18 women serving in Lebanon among the 339 Irish Defence Forces posted there. Photograph: Paul Nichols

Along one of the most heavily mined stretches of land in the world, and with most contentious national boundary on the globe less than 500 metres away(...)

For the first time in 23 years, Bord Gáis Neptune will enter the opening round of the Basketball Ireland National Cup as defending champions.The Cork(...)

The World Meteorological Organisation yesterday issued the latest figures for greenhouse gas concentrations in the Earth’s atmosphere. They showed a relentless rise in the levels of the three of the most powerful climate-changing gases: carbon dioxide, methane and nitrous oxide. Photograph: Reuters

Ireland will be lashed by powerful storms and southern Europe could become as arid north Africa if greenhouse gas discharges continue unchecked, a cli(...)

The spread of seasonal flu across the State may be mapped more effectively with a new website which has gone “live” this week.The website, flusurvey.i(...)

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