A new European study show that one in eight experience suicidal thoughts after they leave full-time care.
Huge turnout for second ‘Darndale Another Way 5K’
Hundreds of runners descended on Darndale Park for the second ‘Get The Message Out Darndale Another Way 5K’.
Almost 1,000 lives a year could be saved by better air pollution controls, new report warns
The major cross-border assessment reveals that around 2,600 premature deaths can be attributed to air pollution annually.
REA Q1 Average House Price Index takes the lead on this Monday’s Irish Independent
First-time buyers dominate market as average house price exceeds €293k.
Government urged to appoint UK-style Menopause Employment Champion
One of Ireland’s leading women’s health campaigners urged the Government to mirror the UK and appoint a Menopause Employment Champion.
Hurler of the Year Diarmaid Byrnes eager to go again after extended break in Dubai: ‘Jesus, it’s great to be back. Absolutely delighted. So happy.’
John West, sponsors of the GAA’s under-15 annual Féile competitions announced the extension of its Féile sponsorship until 2025.
Cavan man to auction hundreds of road signs secretly collected over three decades
Motor enthusiast Hugh Nolan, 65, led a double life acquiring vintage cars, sign posts and other memorabilia.
150 accountancy jobs to be created with apprenticeship programme
Applications have opened for the Accounting Technicians Ireland (ATI) Apprenticeship, which is set to create 150 jobs throughout Ireland.
Young consumers driving change in coffee habits – Irish barista champion
A caffeine hit across the board for clients Bewley’s Ireland and Ireland’s new champion barista Wojciech Tysler.
Women’s strong conflict resolution skills can create careers in security
Women’s strong conflict resolution skills are leading to a surge in females entering the security industry, a leading firm claims.