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The decision to charge a teenager with false imprisonment of then Tanaiste Joan Burton during the Jobstown protest was not in accordance with Irish or European human rights laws, the boy's lawyers have argued writes Tom Tuite.
Alton Towers operator Merlin Attractions has been fined £5 million after admitting health and safety breaches over the Smiler rollercoaster crash.
"It is clear that the TUE (therapeutic use exemption) system is open to abuse."
New criminal offences and a powerful oversight agency are being recommended to combat online abuse, such as cyberbullying and revenge porn.
Growing up in a golf-mad house, where at one point, all five kids had joined the local golf club along with our parents, it was always about swinging easy and not over-thinking it.
Mental fortitude. That’s their secret. Or part of it, at least.
The new Dáil term starts today and political reporter Fiachra Ó Cionnaith highlights some highly divisive issues that are waiting in the wings.
Of course this wasn’t the first time Hanks ended up in someone’s camera roll.
The internet was buzzing with comments on last night's US presidential debate but it was comments from Fox News host Brit Hume that seemed to ignite a frenzy on Twitter.
More than 13 years ago a game called Beyond Good & Evil debuted on consoles. It was gorgeous and mysterious and full of action and a lot of photography and I thought it just was absolutely sublime.
The European Commission is not demanding any changes in Irish tax laws over the Apple arrangement condemned by Brussels, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said yesterday.