If TJ Ryan is reading, here’s a question for him. (And if he isn’t, he’ll doubtless have heard it by tonight.) Does he know what kind of game Limerick will be trying to enact tomorrow?
Sun, 19 Jun, 2016
Denmark overtook Switzerland as the world’s happiest place, according to a report that urged nations regardless of wealth to tackle inequality and protect the environment.
Thu, 17 Mar, 2016
Fri, 20 Nov, 2015
Two of the country’s longest serving overseas development agencies have joined forces to fight hunger in Africa under a merger that will make them the biggest organisation of their kind in Ireland or Britain.
Mon, 28 Jul, 2014
Sweeping fuchsia landscapes filmed by the military in the Congo in World War 2 have made Richard Mosse famous in the art world.
Thu, 01 May, 2014
Every so often, letters appear in the papers about the Irish Government’s contributions to overseas aid.
Tue, 19 Nov, 2013
UNICEF Ireland have announced the appointment of Munster and Ireland rugby star Donncha O’Callaghan to their board.
Thu, 20 Dec, 2012
The Commission for Communications Regulation (Comreg) is considering banning calls to and from certain sub-Saharan countries.
Sat, 07 Apr, 2012
Telecoms watchdog Comreg is considering banning calls to and from certain sub-Saharan countries after the re-emergence of a scam in which mobile customers can have their call credit stolen.
MANY African countries, including Uganda, have refused to recognise the National Transitional Council in Libya as legitimate representatives of the Libyan people.
Sat, 10 Sep, 2011
IRELAND ranks in the top ten in two World Bank surveys of best international destinations in which to conduct business.
Fri, 05 Nov, 2010
A US citizen of Algerian origin suspected of financing al-Qaida’s North African offshoot has been arrested in Spain, officials said today.
Wed, 29 Sep, 2010
GRACE Maher’s letter on genetically modified (GM) crops (June 24) is a great example of disinformation.
Wed, 07 Jul, 2010
A newborn baby and four children were among the 395 people newly diagnosed with HIV last year, it was disclosed today.
Tue, 15 Jun, 2010
IRELAND ranks among the worst countries in Europe in terms of discrimination against ethnic minorities from sub-Saharan Africa, a European report has revealed.
Thu, 10 Dec, 2009
The bodies of 13 people were found aboard a packed migrant boat today near one of Spain’s Canary Islands, the Interior Ministry said.
Wed, 03 Sep, 2008
Gay people in South Africa can be joined in matrimony under new legislation passed by parliament in an unprecedented move on a continent where homosexuality is taboo.
Wed, 15 Nov, 2006
THE Government is gravely concerned at the humanitarian situation in Darfur, Foreign Affairs Minister Dermot Ahern said yesterday.
Mon, 18 Sep, 2006
The Government is gravely concerned at the humanitarian situation in Darfur, Minister for Foreign Affairs Dermot Ahern said today.
Sun, 17 Sep, 2006
NIGERIAN President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday called for aid to help combat the “severe degradation” of three-quarters of African farmland, a leading cause of hunger and poverty on the continent.
Sat, 01 Apr, 2006
Nigeria’s President Olusegun Obasanjo yesterday called for aid to help combat the “severe degradation” of three-quarters of African farmland, a leading cause of hunger and poverty on the continent.
Fri, 31 Mar, 2006
IRELAND is losing almost half of its medical graduates to practices and hospitals in the US, Britain, Australia and Canada.
Mon, 20 Feb, 2006
Irish development aid may be propping up a corrupt government regime in Ethiopia, it was claimed today.
Tue, 07 Feb, 2006
Governments across the world must tackle the HIV/Aids pandemic which has now reached a new high of more than 40 million people with the disease, charities demanded today as they marked World Aids Day.
Thu, 01 Dec, 2005
We cannot afford to wait for an onslaught of harrowing images of dying people to realise a humanitarian crisis is looming in Niger. Liam Horan reports from Niger.
Tue, 09 Aug, 2005
Rescue crews found a boat crammed with 41 would-be immigrants, including four babies, off the Canary Islands, after they made a mobile phone call to say they had been adrift for three days.
Thu, 28 Oct, 2004
CHILDREN will go without safe drinking water and more people will face starvation because of Government cuts to overseas aid.
Tue, 13 Aug, 2002
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