Organisers of a large scale event in Dublin tomorrow to mark 20 years since the State apology to victims of clerical child sex abuse and a decade on from the publication of the Ryan Report have said they "regret" a lack of consultation with many survivors over the schedule and related issues.
IN JULY of last year, as the Fianna Fáil-Green coalition struggled desperately to address the gaping hole in the public finances, it decided to cut back heavily on infrastructure projects in order to save some money.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth will make one of the shortest but most significant journeys of her 57-year reign when she travels to Ireland later this year. It comes more than 150 years after the trips by Queen Victoria.looks at the first visits of Victoria and her predecessor, George IV.
The Centre for Telecommunications Value-Chain Research (CTVR), headquartered in Trinity College Dublin, has announced that it has entered into a landmark research partnership with NEC Communication Systems (NCOS), part of Japanese technology giant NEC Group, focused on the emerging area of all-optical networking.