# ireland - Today’s News
We should be thinking about how we are going to solve Ireland’s problem with suicide -and the first step is trying to communicate, writes Dr Gary McDonald.
# ireland - Yesterday’s News
Showjumper Damian Gardiner represented Ireland at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics.
G8 leaders are likely to announce new measures that will make companies more transparent when it comes to taxation.
Talk about customer service.
# ireland - Monday 17 June, 2013
The jobs will be in technical support, sales and marketing, with 50 jobs to be created immediately.
# ireland - Sunday 16 June, 2013
Ireland finished strong, with four tries in the final 25 minutes of the season.
# ireland - Saturday 15 June, 2013
The three fishermen brothers who died on Wednesday after their boat capsized were laid to rest today.
The loss makes it one point from two games for Andrew Meredith’s side.
Merkel said there will have to be more mobility if the youth unemployment figures are to be reduced.
The final €6 billion left in National Pensions Reserve Fund is to be used to boost employment, says Richard Bruton TD.
It is 50 years since JFK visited Ireland, and people are sharing their memories with the National Library.
# ireland - Friday 14 June, 2013
Don’t all rush out to buy it at once, okay?
Ireland has never seemed intolerant to me but recent instances of racism and intolerance in the news has me questioning whether I am right, writes Aileen Donegan.
They put their feelings in verse.
The Irish agricultural sector supports 300,000 jobs and €9 billon in exports, but the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) proposals will inflict serious damage on thousands of farmers, writes Niall Madigan.
# ireland - Thursday 13 June, 2013
The review also calls for greater clarity on options available to doctors in cases of “inevitable miscarriage”.
The wet spell is set to continue into next week.
Former inmates are among those gathering to fight capital punishment at a world congress event that begins today, but Kirstin Houle from Texas says theirs is a daily struggle they know they will win.
# ireland - Wednesday 12 June, 2013
A major supermarket chain is facing legal action for reheating bread baked overseas and claiming it was ‘baked today’.
This is really going to put Dublin on the map. The orgasm map at least.
Miguel Delaney talks to the players, the fans and other figures involved to provide the ultimate oral history of the tournament.
You wouldn’t have minded doing that book report on these stories.
The call comes as the Government finalises the wording of its upcoming Bill.
That famous night in Stuttgart is a quarter of a century old today.
A study of Irish women over a 12-year period also showed that older mothers are more likely to have a caesarean section.
He may also have used bad language.
# ireland - Monday 10 June, 2013
‘Is this a wind up, is it?’
This is the festival of our dreams to be fair.
The skin-burning dark side to those sunny, sunny days.
# ireland - Sunday 9 June, 2013
Rory Scholes’ two try performance caught the eye for the Irish.
# ireland - Saturday 8 June, 2013
And you’ll probably be singing it tonight after hearing it again.
The former WWE Star turned head trauma awareness campaigner called the decision ‘scary’.
‘Sure we had to get some of the Tunisian pottery – you can’t get it anywhere else in the world!’
After last night’s win over the Faroe Islands, the Ireland skipper says the next two games are the important ones.
# ireland - Friday 7 June, 2013
Never try to be cool in front of a teenager. It never works out.
# ireland - Thursday 6 June, 2013
The Norwich star gets the nod and will make his first competitive start in tomorrow’s game at the Aviva Stadium.