Organisers of support meetings in which people who have recovered from addictions help others do the same could graduate to a position where professional trainers are no longer needed.
A 72-year-old Wexford woman who travelled to Cork every Christmas was knocked to the ground and robbed of her handbag but she returned the following year as she wanted to face her fears.
A busy corner of Limerick City is transformed into a space of quiet reflection and prayer during Christmas as people converge to remember absent loved ones.
Planning permission has been granted for a 400-bedroom student apartment complex on a site in Cork which was badly flooded in 2009.
A man who threatened gardaí that he would find where they lived and get them was asked if he had a formal reply when charged with the offence and he said, “in one ear, out the other”.
Biting the hand that feeds him resulted in a jail sentence being imposed on a young man at Cork District Court yesterday.
Desperate efforts are being made to save Kerry’s only existing primary care centre after the Killarney centre’s management company, Prime Healthcare, became insolvent earlier this year.
A multi-million euro business park next to Belfast International Airport was launched today.
An ambitious €1.1bn development plan for Carlow was unveiled today by Greencore.
LIMERICK is turning into ‘Cinderella City’, it was claimed yesterday.
Hundreds of Hindu nationalists marched silently through Bombay today in mourning for the victims of Monday’s terrorist car bombs.
INDIA yesterday blamed Islamic militant groups for twin car bombings in Mumbai which killed 50 people and left 154 wounded in the worst terrorist attack in a decade in the country's financial heart.
India today blamed Islamic militant groups for twin car bombings in Bombay which killed 50 people and left 154 wounded in the worst terrorist attack in a decade in the country’s financial heart.
At least 25 people are now feared dead in the bomb blasts at Mumbai in India.
A training and job placement initiative is being established for north county Dublin to help find alternative work for staff laid off at Celestica, Aer Lingus, Gateway and Morocco.
The Tanaiste is moving to allay fears of the 50,000 people working in the IT sector.
SIPTU has called for an urgent review of redundancy legislation following a number of high-profile blows to the Irish jobs market.
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