Mary Regan

Mary Regan

Geoghegan-Quinn: we need to worry about Brexit

Geoghegan-Quinn: we need to worry about Brexit

The former EU commissioner Máire Geoghegan-Quinn has said she is concerned about what Brexit wil...

‘I had a theory that if there is something difficult, do it first, you can do the easy things afterwards’

‘I had a theory that if there is something difficult, do it first, you can do the easy things afterwards’

Exactly 25 years ago today homosexuality was decriminalised in Ireland. Here the woman instrumental in that change, former minister for justice Máire Geoghegan-Quinn, describes how she took up the mantle just days into her new job

MacGill Summer School in gender balance row

MacGill Summer School in gender balance row

Social Democrats threaten to pull out of event

Election threats will kill SF’s no confidence vote

Election threats will kill SF’s no confidence vote

Fianna Fáil fears that it is being goaded into an election, but will not allow that to happen on Sinn Féin’s terms

Gardaí drafted into Gsoc to help probe into Templemore funds

Gardaí drafted into Gsoc to help probe into Templemore funds

Five gardaí have been seconded to the resources-starved Garda Síochána Ombudsman Commission (G...

Anti-gay politician to speak during papal visit

Anti-gay politician to speak during papal visit

An Italian politician whose nomination for the position of European commissioner was blocked beca...

A hard border

A hard border

Shaped by years of secrecy and struggle, the people who live along the 500-kilometre frontier are becoming fearful again

Mary Regan: Here’s (unexpectedly) to you, Mr Robinson

Mary Regan: Here’s (unexpectedly) to you, Mr Robinson

The former unionist first minister didn’t shy away from some home truths, in the same week Boris Johnson stuck his head in the sand

Ireland’s lost boys and girls

Ireland’s lost boys and girls

The epidemic of illegal adoptions in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, where birth certs were falsified, is a shattering story that is slowly coming to light. Here, two women put up for adoption at birth tell their stories

Illegal adoption scandal widens

Illegal adoption scandal widens

Agency run by the Dublin Archdiocese involved in illegal adoptions; Government ignored calls to audit adoptions handled by Pro Cathedral; Joan Burton 'faced a 50-year wall of silence and resistance'

A chain of fatal failures

A chain of fatal failures

In 2011, Shane O’Farrell was killed by a driver with a string of previous convictions who shouldn’t have been at large that evening. Now his family are demanding answers from the state

Post Podcast - The Eighth is gone... now it's time to legislate

Post Podcast - The Eighth is gone... now it's time to legislate

Mary Regan is joined by Hugh O'Connell on the latest Post Podcast

Referendum on ‘women in home’ clause on track for October

Referendum on ‘women in home’ clause on track for October

The government is close to finalising the preparatory work for the vote to reform or remove article 41.2 which deals with the role and rights of women

Yes win may herald new era of collaboration

Yes win may herald new era of collaboration

The decision by the people to abolish the constitutional ban on abortion heralds significant and profound change not just for Irish society, but for Irish politics as we know it

Varadkar wants an election. Will FF give him one?

Varadkar wants an election. Will FF give him one?

Squeezed between Fine Gael and Sinn Féin, Fianna Fáil is left enduring the tedium of a confidence and supply agreement which is proving to be far more durable than anyone expected