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Electric Ireland announce five-year extension to sponsorship of Minor Championships
The utility company will continue to sponsor the inter-country minor championships and the higher-education competitions until 2027.
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Woman and ex-partner who re-occupied their former south Dublin residence facing €60,000 legal bill
The woman and the couple’s teenage daughters entered the house after other occupants had been forced out.
'It will potentially be the trickiest test for myself and Garry'
Robbie Henshaw says he’s looking forward to playing Wales under lights.
Convicted: Woman killed former partner and left body in back garden
She was found not guilty of murder. The pair were housemates.
The Debate Room: To wed, or not to wed, that is the question
One couple explains why marriage is important to them and another on why they won’t be taking the plunge.
'Some parents sadly believe that no one is good enough for their darling daughter or son'
It’s natural to want your kids to choose wisely and above all that they be happy and treated well. However, it’s also important for parents to stand back and let their children make their own choices, Bernadette Ryan.
Agreeing to disagree could be bad for your relationship
That’s according to this expert anyway. But you could agree to disagree with them…
Not a team player? Don't fret because individual training can have its benefits
Going it alone is definitely not a bad thing.
"We agreed to work closely together": Enda's businesslike statement on Joan's win
The new Labour leader is expected to meet with the Taoiseach early next weeks for talks on a Cabinet reshuffle.
Arguing with your partner all the time? Have some chocolate*
New research suggests that low glucose levels could be to blame.
One in three European women have experienced physical or sexual violence since the age of 15
This is the largest European study on violence against women, including interviews with 42,000 women across Europe.
Study finds sexual violence against women "endemic" in some countries
The study revealed that an estimated one in 14 women worldwide have been sexually assaulted by someone other than their partner.
Column: The Ryanair and Google Partnership – what’s in it for us?
The surprise announcement that airline Ryanair and internet giant Google are to form a partnership has led to much speculation. Here, Eugene O’Loughlin takes a look at what it may mean for the travelling public.
Column: Does age really matter in a relationship?
While an age difference doesn’t matter initially it can eventually cause problems, writes Tony Moore, who says being in different stages in our lives can be difficult to deal with.
IMF open to extending repayment date on Ireland's €19bn bailout loans
Christine Lagarde says the IMF has an “open mind” about allowing Ireland to defer its repayments if it helps end the bailout.
Enda Kenny meets IMF chief Christine Lagarde in Dublin
Lagarde will mark International Women’s Day by hosting a lunch in Dublin.
Column: Internet porn needs a warning – ‘may hurt your relationship’
When internet porn becomes a feature in a relationship it can bring catastrophic consequences, writes Eithne Bacuzzi.
Column: How to forgive somebody you love
We all get hurt by others from time to time, writes Lisa O’Hara. Here’s what you can do about it.
Verbal abuse "can deaden someone from the inside out"
Living with long-term abuse can cause mental health problems, but it is often difficult for people experiencing it to verbalise what they are going through, a new campaign shows.