The Road Safety Authority has “reluctantly” withdrawn what it said was its first and so far only prosecution against someone for interfering with or obstructing one of its technical inspectors, after the now-retired officer declined to give evidence.
Fri, 03 May, 2019
The managing director of Twitter Ireland has said the online giant is committed to tackling so-called fake news — but has warned that legislative means to regulate online speech “is a slippery slope”.
Sat, 07 Oct, 2017
T’S not nostalgia. The Yellow River, a collaborative project between poet Gerard Smyth and painter Seán McSweeney, delves deep into the pair’s memories of Co Meath, but Smyth, selecting words with the care to be expected of a poet, balks slightly at “nostalgic”.
Thu, 07 Sep, 2017
A group of people who bought an unfinished holiday village, complete with a leisure centre and pool, saving the development from becoming a ‘ghost estate’, believe their novel approach could be replicated on distressed property around the country.
Mon, 19 Jun, 2017
Ambulances, including units based at stations in Fermoy, Macroom, and Youghal, were summoned 33 times last year to transfer patients just 800m across campus at Cork University Hospital (CUH), according to a log of ambulance callouts obtained under FOI requests.
Sun, 26 Mar, 2017