A woman who slipped on a patch of ice in a car park in Tipperary fracturing her ankle has lost her action for damages before the High Court.
Wed, 15 May, 2019
The former head of group finance at Anglo Irish Bank said he was not aware that €7.2bn transactions with Irish Life and Permanent were “a straight exchange of cash with no underlying security” until after they had taken place.
Tue, 13 Mar, 2018
“Last week I cried at ‘The Young Offenders’ movie... happy tears”
Fri, 14 Jul, 2017
Selecting the right facility is hugely important for both you and your loved ones, writes Áilín Quinlan
Tue, 30 May, 2017
The family of a seriously ill woman, stranded in Bosnia because no intensive care bed could be found for her here, have spoken of their relief at getting her home.
Wed, 30 Sep, 2015
A seriously ill grandmother who was rushed to hospital during a pilgrimage to Medjugorje has been stranded because there is no bed for her here.
Tue, 29 Sep, 2015
Republicans have won control of the US Senate, seizing seats from Democrats in mid-term elections shaped by deep voter discontent with President Barack Obama.
Wed, 05 Nov, 2014
The jury in the trial of three former Anglo Irish Bank executives was today shown a letter from which stated the Financial Regulator had not given its approval for the Maple Ten deal.
Wed, 19 Feb, 2014
A 17-year-old who claimed his profound hearing loss was not picked up until he was more than three years of age has settled an action for damages over the alleged delay for €300,000.
Thu, 22 Nov, 2012
THERE will be tears and tantrums from the start of Conrad Gallagher’s quest for Ireland’s Celebrity Head Chef next week.
Fri, 15 Jul, 2011
THE Health Service Executive (HSE) has confirmed it has set up the new child death review panel and has also named a review team to deal with the death of teenager Daniel McAnaspie.
Sat, 22 May, 2010
A NUMBER of Fianna Fáil black spots have emerged around the country where the party traditionally enjoyed strong support but faced near wipeout at the weekend.
Mon, 08 Jun, 2009
THE Financial Regulator, Patrick Neary, will be forced to answer questions on whether Irish banks were involved in irresponsible lending leading to the current financial crisis when he meets a Dáil watchdog today.
Tue, 14 Oct, 2008
A SISTER of Defence Minister Willie O’Dea has put down a marker for the local elections next year.
Fri, 18 Jan, 2008
CROSS-PARTY tributes were yesterday paid to a former Fine Gael councillor who tragically perished in a house fire in West Cork.
Wed, 22 Jun, 2005
MEMBERS of an expert group on crime statistics have clashed over findings on how to improve the compilation of crime figures by the gardaí.
Thu, 29 Jul, 2004
ENTERPRISE Ireland supported the establishment of 61 new high-growth potential start-ups in 2003, which involved a total investment of €75 million.
Fri, 06 Feb, 2004
Several ex-Elan workers have set up BioClin Research Labs, to provide a range of research and development programmes to the pharma, biotech, vetinary, medical and related sectors and industries.
Fri, 08 Aug, 2003
Justice Minister Michael McDowell is due to launch a report on crime prevention later today.
Fri, 27 Jun, 2003
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