The Irish Times

Campaigners against Eighth Amendment recall vitriol of 1983

Former judge Catherine McGuinness got anonymous letters calling her a ‘murderer’

Rape victims left ‘humiliated’ by ‘barbaric’ legal system

One woman was told by garda he would be too embarrassed to take her statement

How the death of Savita Halappanavar revolutionised Ireland

The 2012 tragedy unified Irish women and feminist groups behind change on abortion

Frustration and fury: reader paid for parking but still got clamped

Reader used Park by Text but clampers say she got the location wrong

Home-based abortion by medication will become Irish norm

Method shown to be highly effective and safe when used up to 22 weeks of pregnancy

Cancer scandal: Emails reveal uncertainty in Phelan case

Emails show department queried screening service’s view of Limerick woman’s action

Justice system threatened by technology, warn experts

Lawyers highlight potential for ‘cyber staging’ evidence and social media problems

Harris steals glory but Fine Gael set to benefit in wake of outcome

Varadkar’s confidence also enhanced by referendum result ahead of big challenges

Martin’s reputation burnished, but fears mount Fianna Fáil has lost touch

‘When the country went 70-30 in one way, the Fianna Fáil parliamentary party went 80-20 in the opposite direction’

Dublin city centre to get 800 solar-powered bins

The compactor technology means the smart bins can hold more than ordinary litter bins

Thirty-five years of war: Bitter legacy of Eighth Amendment

The abortion issue has convulsed the country repeatedly since the 1983 referendum

Parents to be surveyed on demand for non-Catholic schools

Education: 90% of primary schools remain under the patronage of Catholic Church

Valdez and Hennessy families meet in grief and exchange condolences

Families sympathised ‘with each other on tragic circumstances’ which led to two deaths

Street performers hold ‘busk-in’ in Galway to protest against bylaws

Galway Buskers’ Community opposes law to prohibit amplification in city before 6pm

‘When I heard the result I thought, Wow, I’m partially responsible for this’

People who took part in the Citizens’ Assembly describe how they feel after the repeal of the Eighth Amendment

Man held over Dungarvan nightclub assault

Attack outside Waterford venue leaves man in critical condition with head injuries

Body of man found in Donegal after house party

Property in Ballybofey sealed off as inquiry launched into death of James Devlin (35)

Manager of Waterford FC hospitalised after assault

Soccer manager Alan Reynolds received head and face injuries in attack

Man airlifted after falling overboard from boat in Co Clare

Irish Coast Guard dealt with four emergencies in a few hours in Clare and south Galway

Man (30s) killed in Mullingar car crash

Six people receiving treatment from traffic collision on dual carriageway