A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
Retired soldier Anthony Moore from Kilworth Road, Drimnagh, Dublin 12 claimed that following his deployment to Liberia he began to experience various problems with his health.
Thu, 04 Jul, 2019
More than 100,000 people are in Cork this weekend as Seafest gets underway in the city.
Sat, 08 Jun, 2019
Cork city is preparing to welcome visitors from 90 countries and dignitaries from over 30 countries this weekend for the SeaFest festival and the Oceans Wealth Summit.
Fri, 07 Jun, 2019
Discovering new species and protecting them is all in a day’s work for Professor Louise Allcock, as she explores one of the planet’s last great frontiers, writes.
Thu, 30 May, 2019
In every generation there is a new Frankenstein.
Wed, 08 May, 2019
They were certainly disagreeing with each other, but that wasn’t why two of the women spoke louder and with more precise diction than the norm in a half-filled railway carriage.
Mon, 01 Apr, 2019
Most Irish media have been headlining the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) report on the critical demise of various species without noticing the huge impact Irish people have on the depopulation of these world species and even our impact on Ireland’s native animals and birds.
Fri, 02 Nov, 2018
Pascal Donohoe is an inclusive kind of a guy. He wraps his arms around all and sundry in his pronouncements on governance. Hence in yesterday’s budget speech we heard more than once about “our country”, and “our people” and “our children”. It’s no doubt heartfelt but also works well as a political tool. We’re all in this together, you, me, the butcher, baker and candlestick maker. And there is something for everybody in the audience.
Wed, 10 Oct, 2018
Donncha O’Callaghan is hoping he can boost the work of Unicef Ireland by donating all the monies raised by a Testimonial Gala Ball in his honour in November to the organisation he has long served as an ambassador.
Fri, 14 Sep, 2018
Ireland’s medicines watchdog is at a “sensitive stage” of its contingency planning for Brexit, Health Minister Simon Harris has said.
Thu, 06 Sep, 2018
Trócaire is urging students to sign out of their online profiles for 24 hours to raise money for communities and schools in Sierra Leone.
Mon, 19 Mar, 2018
A dinosaur skeleton the size of a city bus has been unearthed in Egypt's Western Desert.
Tue, 06 Feb, 2018
Your lunchtime news bulletin.
Mon, 15 Jan, 2018
A judge has expressed concern whether a young asylum seeker receiving specialised healthcare costing €27,000 monthly in a private facility here is engaged in an “elaborate hoax”.
Tue, 27 Jun, 2017
The Healing Bee by Roch Domerego from Northern Bee Books €10 approx. www.northernbeebooks.co.uk
Sat, 03 Dec, 2016
Tue, 16 Aug, 2016
The Brexit decision has wide-ranging implications for Ireland and, in particular, Irish and UK businesses operating and trading across the Irish Sea.
Mon, 27 Jun, 2016
A sound sculpture staged at Dublin’s GPO Witness History Visitor Centre is entitled ‘Women of 1916 — Stormy Petrel/Guardeall’, writes
Mon, 09 May, 2016
The main Irish subsidiary of US software and hardware giant Oracle last year paid corporation tax of €39m on international revenues of €8.14bn.
Thu, 28 Apr, 2016
Fri, 18 Dec, 2015
The UN has warned that it could see no easing of the flow of refugees into Europe, with 8,000 arrivals daily, and that problems now facing governments may turn out to be only “the tip of the iceberg”.
Sat, 26 Sep, 2015
Pre-tax profits at hostel booking website Hostelworld.com Ltd last year rose 23% to €1.79m, accounts show.
Wed, 23 Sep, 2015
Thu, 10 Sep, 2015
Irish-managed exploration investment firm T5 Oil and Gas is believed to be still talking to UK explorer Gulf Keystone regarding a potential reverse takeover of the company.
Tue, 14 Jul, 2015
The European Union must take a collective stand to tackle migrant trafficking at its source in African countries, Italy’s prime minister Matteo Renzi said ahead of an emergency summit of the bloc’s leaders yesterday to discuss the crisis.
Thu, 23 Apr, 2015
T5 Oil and Gas — the Dublin and London-based exploration firm headed up by former Tullow Oil directors — is expected to take control of loss-making UK explorer Gulf Keystone before the summer.
Sat, 11 Apr, 2015
In his recent letter (Irish Examiner, Letters, March 3), Mr Charlie Murphy introduces the notion that prejudice against a religious or ethnic group can be justified or ‘understood’ in light of the ‘link’ with the actions (or alleged actions) of a state.
Thu, 05 Mar, 2015
We had taster details of the new Renault crossover — the curiously named Kadjar — in these pages recently, but the French firm has now revealed more about it ahead of its launch at next month’s Geneva Motor Show.
Sat, 14 Feb, 2015
There have been significant improvements in the care of unaccompanied minors who come to Ireland, according to the ESRI.
Tue, 25 Nov, 2014
The president of Gambia has signed a bill into law that calls for life imprisonment for some homosexual acts, the latest African country to codify harsh penalties for the gay community.
Fri, 21 Nov, 2014
Schoolchildren are getting into the Christmas spirit this week, sending millions of gifts to needy children in Africa and Eastern Europe.
Thu, 13 Nov, 2014
Ireland’s direct provision system has been condemned for leaving asylum seekers and refugees at risk of sexual violence.
Wed, 29 Oct, 2014
Twitter’s Irish-based operation recorded a loss last year, as its cost base increased sharply following moves to double its workforce in Dublin.
Sat, 18 Oct, 2014
Four people with fever considered at risk for ebola were being tested in Spain yesterday for the virus, including one who arrived on an Air France jet that was isolated at Madrid’s airport as a precaution, officials said.
Fri, 17 Oct, 2014
As Sierra Leone goes into a four-day ebola ‘lockdown’ from this Friday, Concern’ssays there are echoes of the fear, denial and stigma associated with HIV and AIDS in the early days, but there are also valuable lessons to be learned
Tue, 16 Sep, 2014
Test results expected later today will reveal whether a man found dead in Donegal yesterday died of ebola.
Fri, 22 Aug, 2014
Sat, 31 May, 2014
Sat, 22 Mar, 2014
Nelson Mandela has been buried in the African ground he loved after a funeral ceremony that included a 21-gun salute and fly-overs by military aircraft as well as a eulogy by a traditional leader wearing an animal skin.
Sun, 15 Dec, 2013
NELSON MANDELA will be remembered as the person who, more than any other, brought an end to apartheid, the heartless policy of “separate development” in which white, black, and South Asian South Africans were obliged to live apart.
Mon, 09 Dec, 2013
South Africans united in mourning for Nelson Mandela yesterday, but while some celebrated his remarkable life with dance and song, others fretted that the anti-apartheid hero’s death would make the nation vulnerable again to racial and social tensions.
Sat, 07 Dec, 2013
One of the controversial trawlers in Irish maritime history was arrested off Tory Island yesterday after suspected breaches of fishing regulations.
Sat, 23 Nov, 2013