The newly appointed chief executive of Irish Autism Action (IAA) says he is seeking to put to rest concerns voiced by service users after it cut an outreach service due to a lack of resources.
A year ago, a new political party was formed, promising grand ideals and a break from old guard. But infighting and a lack of structure has ravaged its intentions, writes Micheal Clifford
Pregnant women are living with the nightmare of being unable to remove their ruptured breast implants, which are leaking industrial grade silicone, until their babies are born.
A drug addict who shot a bouncer in the face before assaulting two arresting gardaí has been jailed for 13 years at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court
A drug addict who shot a bouncer in the face before assaulting two arresting gardaí faces up to life imprisonment when he is sentenced later this month at Dublin Circuit Criminal Court.
A brother and sister who were part of a gang of four caught in possession of €200,000 worth of heroin have been sentenced to seven years in prison, but with five of those suspended.
A YOUNG man was remanded yesterday in connection with the shooting of a doorman at a nightclub in Dublin at the weekend.
A 23-year-old man is due in court today charged in connection with the shooting of a nightclub doorman.
A GANG hitman was arrested yesterday after shooting a doorman in the face because he had been refused entry twice.
JOE DOLAN will always be remembered as a phenomenal entertainer who managed to preserve his decree “There’s no show like a Joe show” throughout the decades.
LIMERICK farmer Tom Ryan has set off for Dublin the old-fashioned way: by horse and cart.
THE Irish skiing business continues to grow and Topflight has moved to take advantage of a huge surge in interest.
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