A case involving a man accused of possessing an illegal drug in 2012 has upturned Ireland’s Misuse of Drugs Act, rendering a host of narcotics legal.
By Pat Kelly.
On September 10, calls will go out once again to policy-makers to “think globally, plan nationally, and act locally” as the World Health Organization holds World Suicide Prevention Day.
Bad news for Cavan residents hoping the new super-hospital in the northeast will be anywhere near Cavan: Bertie Ahern doesn’t even know Cavan’s in the Republic.
Mobile phones with quirky ringtones are fun, especially in the hands of middle aged men and women.
With the apparent Irish wedding of the century the soon-to-be-announced nuptials of Fianna Fail and the Green Party led by Trevor Sargeant (pictured above), it is probably appropriate to look at how some other media commentators look at people with Green-tinged beliefs.