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# michael o'brien

Last year
Michael O'Brien, founder of family publisher O'Brien Press, has died
He founded the business along with his father Thomas in 1974.
All time
'It was now or never': Abuse survivor on why he spoke out on RTÉ programme in 2009
Michael O’Brien created one of the most powerful moments in Irish television, when he passionately told his story on RTÉ in 2009.
The RNLI is getting a new lifeboat to serve the east coast of Ireland
The Michael O’Brien Shannon class lifeboat is due to arrive at Clogherhead at 1.31pm on Sunday.
What's it like to be a first-time candidate? We went canvassing to find out
You hear a lot about water charges, unwanted trees and Angela Merkel.
Show-home in Dublin being occupied by protesters because of "heartbreaking" homeless crisis
The action is being supported by the Anti-Austerity Alliance.
"Irish Water was Fine Gael policy alone" - Fianna Fáil dismiss €500 water charge accusations
The Anti Austerity Alliance say that just-released cabinet papers show the current government is merely following a blueprint laid out by its predecessors.
Sisters abused and neglected by parents before toddler sexually assaulted by paedophile babysitter
Michael O’Brien was today sentenced to three and a half years for sexually assaulting the youngest sibling.
Dublin City councillor arrested at Greyhound protest
Michael O’Brien was released with a caution and said he will continue to protest in support of workers on strike.