Is it bad breath? Talking about their ex? We need to know.
Bad news on the jobs front ahead of the government’s celebration of the bailout exit.
With divorce came the fear that farms could be could be broken up, along with a marriage.
“Can the Minister explain who he views as a middle-class person?” asks Timmy Dooley of Fianna Fáil.
Who’s taking the horse to France?
Kenneth Donohoe claimed his right to a fair trial was not upheld by the Special Criminal Court. The European Court of Human Rights did not agree.
The move was introduced today to help people living in rural areas with problems of isolation.
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Has the scandal made you think twice about donating – or where you donate to?
John McGuinness also says he has “no difficulty” dealing with the Bertie Ahern link with the Central Remedial Clinic.
SIPTU said a statement from the company which said it was evaluating its operations in Killarney was “extremely unhelpful”.
Wednesday 11 December, 2013
“He took the name of a humble saint and then called for a church of healing.”
The deaf community in South Africa is outraged by the error.
Twelve children were removed from a farm in New South Wales after social workers and police found them living in squalid conditions. They soon discovered that 11 of them were born to related parents.
The Migrant Rights Centre Ireland is holding a 24-hour Vigil of Hope outside the Dáil today.
You know what they say – there’s an app for that.
The young men, aged 19 and 20 years old, will appear before Navan District Court this morning.
Tuesday 10 December, 2013
The NBSCCCI said the files they read left them in no doubt that a “great number of children were seriously abused by Brothers”.
The Archbishop of Armagh was speaking after the National Board for Safeguarding Children in the Catholic Church published its review of practices in the archdiocese.
The NBSCCCI has apologised to one priest for categorising an allegation of abuse as one of a sexual nature but turned out to be false.
Nobody was injured when a lone man fired rounds at the door of the hotel.
An ideal present for the coffee connoisseur in your life.
Up to 100 world leaders and 80,000 people are expected at the FNB Stadium today.
Brian Conlan has said he will not appear at a PAC hearing tomorrow morning as the other directors and officers know everything he does.
Monday 9 December, 2013
The HSE said it intends to set aside a letter sent to sufferers to inform them that supports would be withheld on the advice of the State Claims Agency.
A vet is currently on scene, attending to a number of sheep.
Four units of Dublin Fire Brigade are still at the scene.
Saturday 7 December, 2013
Jez Colborne is the winner of one of the Arts & Disability Ireland’s lucrative commissions.
Friday 6 December, 2013
“We didn’t have 60,000 South Africans, we had 43 million South Africans” – Francois Pienaar.
“We thank God for you, Madiba. May you rest in peace and rise in glory.” – Archbishop Desmond Tutu
A last-ditch intervention from the government ahead of planned strikes is seen.
Thursday 5 December, 2013
The NUIG Legion of Mary society was suspended for its ‘Purity Matters Initiative’.
The attack on the RUC station in Moira, county Down injured at least 11 people.
The man was detained during a follow-up search in the Greenhills area.
‘Tis fierce windy out there.
Tuesday 3 December, 2013
Tánaiste and Minister for Foriegn Affairs Eamon Gilmore has apologised to the families of Harry Breen and Robert Buchanan.
The HSE agreed a settlement of €790,000 in court today.
Lorraine Gallagher has filed papers against the Donegal Vocational Education Committee (VEC).
In case you’d forgotten.
The 46-year-old was let off with a caution.
The latest rough sleeper count is disappointing and unacceptable, says the Peter McVerry Trust.
A former lord mayor of Cork was sentenced to 12 months in jail yesterday for sexually assaulting a teenager in the 1990s.
She is being questioned under the Criminal Justice Act in Blanchardstown garda station.