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Profile Drew Harris: Changing of the guard

Profile Drew Harris: Changing of the guard

A question of faith

A question of faith

John Paul II came to an already changing but still deeply Catholic Ireland. Pope Francis, however, will visit a country where a battered Church is under pressure from within and without

Joy at Pope Francis’s visit reflects an Ireland of two Churches

Joy at Pope Francis’s visit reflects an Ireland of two Churches

The current pontiff’s popularity derives from his rejection of the trappings of the scandal-riven institution

Philip Marley gets 40-day extension on protection from creditors

Philip Marley gets 40-day extension on protection from creditors

Data Solutions in €8m expansion

Data Solutions in €8m expansion

Nursing boss fails in claim to WRC

Nursing boss fails in claim to WRC

Worker who deleted emergency call gets €5,000 for wrongful dismissal

Worker who deleted emergency call gets €5,000 for wrongful dismissal

From racetrack to polo field

From racetrack to polo field

For every champion, there are thousands of racehorses who never achieve return on investment. Siobhán Herbst believes retraining them as polo horses may change that, writes Emmet Ryan

ESB cuts ties with credit rating agency Fitch

ESB cuts ties with credit rating agency Fitch

A short walk, but a long struggle

A short walk, but a long struggle

Fifty years ago this Friday, the North witnessed its first ever civil rights march: a four-mile walk from Coalisland to Dungannon in Co Tyrone. The protest lit the fuse for a firestorm of political tumult that has yet to fully play out

Brennan brouhaha could be a step too far for Trump

Brennan brouhaha could be a step too far for Trump

The decision by the president to revoke security clearance for former CIA director John Brennan has infuriated the US’s military and intelligence chiefs, and could yet prove a seminal moment in his reign

Following the money: inside the hunt for the assets of the Omagh 'bombers'

Following the money: inside the hunt for the assets of the Omagh 'bombers'

New Garda Commissioner ‘can’t serve two masters’

New Garda Commissioner ‘can’t serve two masters’

Retired senior garda flags conflict of interest as legal challenge to Harris appointment continues

‘Dementia villages’ needed to prevent ‘next housing crisis’

‘Dementia villages’ needed to prevent ‘next housing crisis’

That’s entertainment: Denis Desmond says Live Nation deal is ‘next chapter’

That’s entertainment: Denis Desmond says Live Nation deal is ‘next chapter’

The concert impresario reveals the reason for his latest deal, talks Brexit and the future of the music industry, writes Róisín Burke