A gold medal win for the Irish women’s basketball team at the Special Olympics is the cherry on top of what has been a tremendous showing by the 91 Irish athletes currently competing for glory in Abu Dhabi
Last week’s decision to prosecute a soldier for the Bloody Sunday killings in 1972 comes as a result of years of campaigning by the families of the innocent civilians murdered that day – and the bravery of one paratrooper whose testimony was first published in this newspaper ...
‘Some people still think that GDPR is another fake news story, like the Y2K bug,” says Julian Hayes, owner of Veneto Privacy Services. “The truth is that GDPR is the law and there are a multitude of regulations that need to be complied with.”
With huge losses per head of population, Ireland has long been a hotspot of problem gambling. Dr Sabina Brennan, author of a new book on the subject, looks at why the practice has such a strong hold over this country
● The Jackson Court Hotel – and its famous basement nightclub – went on the market last week with an expected sale price of €40 million ● McDonagh says Harcourt Street club has 'a special place in a lot of relationships'
Conspiracy theories, dire warnings about Muslims, a terror of immigration, an obsession with George Soros: welcome to the world of Anti-Corruption Ireland, the new political party founded by former journalist Gemma O’Doherty