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An investigation has been launched following allegations that a serious case of sexual harassment within the Prison Service was covered up.
Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has declared that “nasty” slurs targetting women online by a senior Fine Gael figure are “not acceptable” and debate should be conducted in a responsible way.
Cork Institute of Technology is being asked for a full explanation of how its ex-president Brendan Murphy personally signed off on more than half the €13,000 costs of two functions to mark his own retirement.
Brexit will top the agenda when the Taoiseach and the British Prime Minister Theresa May hold a face to face meeting in Sweden today.
Robert Mugabe’s main rival have called on Zimbabwe’s president to step down - as the country remains in political limbo.
It will come “down to the wire” as to whether Irish firms will be compliant with the new data-protection laws introduced by the EU next year, an expect in the area has said
The opportunities are dwindling to expose Ireland’s less experienced Test players and build strength in depth ahead of the next World Cup.
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Despite most people believing in equality, many women find it problematic to call themselves a feminist.
A Japanese rail firm has issued a public apology after an intercity service left 20 seconds early.
Hit satirical TV series Spitting Image is to take on US President Donald Trump in a rebooted version of the show, co-creator Roger Law has revealed.