Eoin Morris is now part of a task force in his village to fundraise for full-time free counselling services to those with mental health issues who feel they have no-one to turn to.
Mon, 07 Jan, 2019
Possession of small amounts of illegal drugs should be treated as a health issue rather than a criminal one, Irish Pharmacy Union president Daragh Connolly told the organisation’s national conference in Croke Park today.
Sun, 07 May, 2017
Rent rises for tens of thousands of tenants in Cork, Galway, and areas around Dublin will be capped from today, but some cities and towns have failed a ‘rent pressure zone’ test, sparking a backlash from TDs.
Fri, 27 Jan, 2017
Most of us will have heard of the acronym, Nimby — ‘not in my backyard’. It refers to those who object to having utilities, pylons, social housing, and much more located anywhere near where they live. It’s typically considered and meant to be a derogatory term.
Thu, 21 Apr, 2016
The Commercial Court will rule later tomorrow if Allied Irish Bank is entitled to summary judgment orders for some €6.28m against four businessmen, including a son of well-known hotelier Jim Mansfield, over their alleged failure to repay loans advanced to develop lands in Co Meath.
Thu, 29 Apr, 2010