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Citizens' Assembly - here's what individual members said about the Eighth Amendment
The personal opinions of the members of the Citizens’ Assembly directly influenced five additional recommendations.
'It was the loneliest time of my life': Readers share their experiences of miscarriage
Eight women who all feel that miscarriage needs to be spoken about more.
Trump will be the Republican nominee - and Hillary has wasted no time going for the jugular
The Democrat frontrunner has released not one, but two, campaign adverts specifically aimed at the billionaire.
'I received death threats and constant torture': Cyberbullying victims speak out
Young people want more regulation in the area.
'I was just 27 and I was butchered': Symphysiotomy survivors in their own words
The government has announced a redress scheme today. Here are the victims’ stories.
How Ireland stunned Germany: the players' view
Re-live last night’s game through the words of John O’Shea, Robbie Keane and a host of others.
Here's what appeared to witnesses in Knock, 135 years ago today
“I threw myself to my knees…a hundred thousands thanks to God”
“A bomb came and frightened us”: Syrian children reveal fears of violence, kidnapping and child marriage
Over a million children have fled the country since the start of the conflict three years ago.
What is it like living as a transgender person in Ireland?
“Immigration officials laughed at us.”
The 14 greatest celebrity quotes of 2013
They say the darndest things.