Ireland

 
The sacred versus the profane
The sacred versus the profane
If you have just tuned in, welcome. We’re live at a bout for the ages as the World takes on the Catholic Church once more and, my God, is the...
Irish citizens prepare to vote on abortion laws
Irish citizens prepare to vote on abortion laws
Irish expatriates are returning to Ireland on Friday to vote on a referendum that will decide the fate of an amendment that could potentially ban...
These five countries are conduits for the world’s biggest tax havens
These five countries are conduits for the world’s biggest tax havens
First came the Panama Papers, then the BahamasLeaks. Journalists continue to shed light on and raise a public outcry over...
Tax havens are under attack
Tax havens are under attack
Ireland, accused of being a tax haven for multinationals such as Apple to pay nearly zero tax on the bulk of its profits earned outside the United...
Landmark US event on women's reproductive rights
Landmark US event on women's reproductive rights
Vast numbers of women in the US live every day with poverty and financial insecurity, but this week campaigners are shedding a spotlight on one of...
Irish medics fear jail time for abortions
Irish medics fear jail time for abortions
Medical staff in Northern Ireland are operating in a “climate of fear”, worried about the threat of imprisonment if they offer advice to women...
Gay poll: Irish could go either way
Gay poll: Irish could go either way
Shorn of a blond wig, outsized false eyelashes, garish eyeshadow, and high heels, the Irish drag artist Panti looked like the strain was starting to...
Game of Thrones puts Northern Ireland on the map
Game of Thrones puts Northern Ireland on the map
Giants, dragons and vengeful queens have for generations populated Northern Ireland's folk tales. Now, such creatures are visiting the land in a different version - on the sets for the hit ...
Ireland to pass controversial abortion Bill
Ireland to pass controversial abortion Bill
The controversial new laws go to a final vote on Wednesday night.
The world goes green for St Paddy's Day
The world goes green for St Paddy's Day
Parades and festivals were held throughout Ireland for Saint Patrick's Day on Saturday while the global diaspora also joined in the party in honour...
Eurozone needs 'mother of firewalls' to halt crisis
Eurozone needs 'mother of firewalls' to halt crisis
The debt-wracked eurozone needs to build "the mother of all firewalls" to prevent the crisis spreading throughout the bloc, the head of the...

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