Regulations on abortions in Ireland are among the strictest in the world
The news comes weeks after the EU hit Apple with a record £11bn tax penalty
'She lit up the club with her humour and laughter,' says Sheehan's head coach
'It’s fun to tour in different countries where no one has a clue what I’m saying. If I’m in New York it takes me twenty minutes to order anything'
Until all multinational companies are forced to publicly report the profits they make and taxes they pay everywhere they operate, tax dodgers will continue to want to have their cake and eat it
Average spend was equivalent to 12 devices each in 2015, according to accounts
Apple's official statement on the European Union ruling against its Irish tax arrangements tells you all you need to know about what is at stake: You can have taxes or you can have jobs, but Apple is in no mood to deliver both.
Downing Street has said Apple is welcome to come across the Irish Sea, but Brexit Britain should be wary of trying to offer sweetheart deals to multinationals after it's out of the EU
'This has come as a complete and utter shock to everybody in the area who knew the family'
'[We] believe that the company and its executives will be vindicated when all of the evidence is reviewed,' says Mr Mallon's sports hospitality company
'I had no idea that my mere presence and a few tweets would result in an epic race row,' says Marie
There is a misconception that Irish society is against abortion, but two of the most recent nationwide polls show that 87 per cent of people are in favour of a change to Ireland’s restrictive law
An opulent new train is about to come into service, but that's not the only way to ride the rails across the Emerald Isle
Isis has broken down the precious wall which separates childhood from adulthood, innocence from guilt. This, far more than mass murder, is its final dark achievement
British enquiries have spiked to 7,321 in July – up from 4,242 at the same point last year
Those we trust to represent us will not take up the battle against injustice these days because they are now too involved in the infliction of this injustice, albeit by proxy