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How the SBP revealed the testimony of Soldier 027

How the SBP revealed the testimony of Soldier 027

A chance meeting in the Caribbean led eventually to the establishment of the Saville Inquiry, which brought long-awaited answers and some justice for the relatives of the victims of Bloody Sunday

A divided country, a weakened Church

A divided country, a weakened Church

The biggest crowd at any gathering in Europe this weekend will greet Pope Francis at the Phoenix Park today. But the scale of the event masks a deep ambivalence, and in some cases outright hostility, towards the Catholic Church in Irish society

Bishops set up a stand-alone company to handle logistics

Bishops set up a stand-alone company to handle logistics

It was led by Anne Griffin, an experienced conference organiser who previously worked on bringing the International Eucharistic Congress to Dublin in 2012. One of the biggest tasks was recruiting the 10,500 volunteers needed to run the operation

Anti-eviction campaigner loses bid to save home

Anti-eviction campaigner loses bid to save home

The man behind The Hub-Ireland, an organisation aimed at helping lay litigants fight evictions, has lost his own case against Pepper Finance

Embarrassment as OpenHydro leaves Naughten high and dry

Embarrassment as OpenHydro leaves Naughten high and dry

There was little indication of the possibility of triggering a liquidation process beforehand

Legal clouds gather over Trump

Legal clouds gather over Trump

Convictions that include tax evasion and campaign finance violations committed by two of the US president’s closest associates have enabled investigators to shine a light on the workings of the secretive Trump Organisation

Arrival of Francis marks a sort of homecoming for Knock airport

Arrival of Francis marks a sort of homecoming for Knock airport

It was precisely because of the last papal visit that the airport ever came into being

Archbishop suggested that Pope should visit Capuchin Day Centre

Archbishop suggested that Pope should visit Capuchin Day Centre

The Pope’s arrival at the centre yesterday to meet a group of around 80 men, women and children who regularly get hot meals there was another endorsement of its work

Former Ticketmaster chief: Ticket reselling controversy overblown by social media

Former Ticketmaster chief: Ticket reselling controversy overblown by social media

In a submission to the Department of Enterprise regarding legislation which proposes banning reselling in certain circumstances, Tommy Higgins claimed the issue was 'not significant', and accounted for less than 1 per cent of the whole market

Lotto winner Lavery cedes control of distillery

Lotto winner Lavery cedes control of distillery

Peter Lavery, who won £10.2 million on the lottery in 1996, founded the Belfast Distillery in 2010

Business Post beats rivals in latest circulation figures

Business Post beats rivals in latest circulation figures

The Sunday Business Post had a combined average Sunday sale of 31,338 for its print and e-reader editions in the first half of 2018, new figures from the Audit Bureau of Circulations show

Redesigned Ormond Hotel will have Sirens bar based on Joyce’s Ulysses

Redesigned Ormond Hotel will have Sirens bar based on Joyce’s Ulysses

The new owner of the Ormond Hotel in Dublin, Singapore-based Plato Capital, has said it plans to invest €25 million in turning it into a new boutique venue

Blackrock Clinic co-founder wants help from Revenue

Blackrock Clinic co-founder wants help from Revenue

US-based surgeon Dr Joseph Sheehan asks officials to attend court battle with Goodman

Hospital shareholders warn they could block abortion law

Hospital shareholders warn they could block abortion law

Shareholders in some of the state’s private hospitals want a legal provision in the new law that allows them to be bought out at market value if their hospital begins carrying out abortions under the Regulation of the Termination of Pregnancy Bill

Incoming Garda Commissioner faces new criticism on vetting

Incoming Garda Commissioner faces new criticism on vetting

The appointment of the former PSNI deputy chief constable has aroused concerns due to the requirement in his previous role to work with the British intelligence service MI5