Questions linger over how former Christian brother Edward Bryan, jailed last month for sexual offences, remained working with young offenders for so long - and whether it should have been handled differently, writes Noel Baker
Mon, 02 Mar, 2020
Joe O’Donnell is coming home. Forty years after his last gig in Ireland, which was also the year he released his landmark album, Gaodhal’s Vision, the Limerick violinist and composer will perform with Shkayla as part of this year’s Cork Folk Festival.
Wed, 27 Sep, 2017
IF there is even a grain of possibility in the suggestion in the report to Government on the Clerys closure by Minister for Business and Employment Ged Nash that, in economic terms, the State may well turn out to be the biggest loser as it might have to pay entitlements to former employees of the company then new legislation is required urgently.
Wed, 08 Jul, 2015
The Catholic Church's counselling service, Towards Healing, has extended its opening hours today and tomorrow, in response to the publication of investigations into nine dioceses and religious congregations.
Mon, 12 May, 2014
THE Government is dizzy from all the U-turns. On Wednesday night Minister for Children Barry Andrews declined to appear on Vincent Browne’s news programme to discuss the report of the Commission on Child Abuse. Education Minister Batt O’Keeffe declined a similar invitation from Morning Ireland.
Sat, 23 May, 2009