Irish news Updates
Irish system failed pregnant woman: report
As the expert report was made public on Thursday, the Irish government published a new draft bill designed to clarify the rules for when doctors can carry out terminations. Halappanavar’s husband Praveen claimed she had repeatedly asked medics for a …
White House Dossier
The Republic of Ireland was apparently forced to spend into the millions of dollars on a massive security operation to protect First Lady Michelle Obama and her daughters during their two-day trip to Dublin, according to Irish press reports. The visit …
The Japan Times
One of the first attempts to combine the literary traditions of the English and Japanese languages occurred in 1916, when Irish poet William Butler Yeats tried his hand at a noh play. The result, “At the Hawk’s Well,” tells the story of a mythological …
A CATHOLIC Church diocese in the United States is being sued by an alleged abuse victim who says an Irish priest sexually assaulted him in the 1980s. Also in this section. Victim of baseball bat assault vents anger as attacker gets TV trip to Paris …
The Irish Pharmaceutical Healthcare Association (IHPA) says market research carried out by an independent firm clashes with other claims that Irish customers pay significantly more for patented medicines than their counterparts elsewhere in Europe.
|Irish Justice Minister: Children of divorced parents ‘are used as weapons’
Marilyn Stowe Blog
“Unfortunately and tragically, all too frequently, the dispute between estranged spouses turns into a war over children and children are just used as the weapons in the war.” The minister announced plans to reform the Irish family law system, with a …
|Irish households recycling twice the EU average
IRISH households are recycling twice the EU average of electrical waste.New figures show that 8kg of old fridges, irons and batteries were sent for proper disposal last year, twice the EU target. Also in this section. Hero fisherman rescues three …
Posted on June 21, 2013, in Health, Ireland, National Politics, Religion, USA and tagged Ireland, Irish, Irish News, Irish poetry, Irish Press, Michelle Obama, Republic of Ireland, United States, W. B. Yeats. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.