The Irish Times

Ex-prisoners unite for Belfast Lenten walk against violence

Former UDR soldier says ‘something needs to change’ regarding shootings and beatings in North

Cork bookshop thrives after taking leaf out of online giants’ playbook

Range and fast shipping key to success, Time Traveller’s Bookshop in Skibbereen finds

Rohingya in Carlow: ‘Irish citizenship has given me happiness’

Myanmar refugees moved to town in 2009 after resettlement from Bangladesh camps

DPP calls for longer sentences for burglaries of elderly in rural Ireland

Call made as court extends detention of two jailed for ‘fatal burglary’ in home of man (62)

Youngsters to showcase their digital creations at Coolest Projects

Event at RDS returns for its seventh year with 750 projects and 15,000 visitors expected

Call for State to support retailers in battle against online giants

Retail Excellence Ireland says town centres will struggle to survive if businesses close

‘Foolish’ to expect Oireachtas to rework 12-week abortion proposal

Labour leader Brendan Howlin warns Coveney against ‘starting afresh’

DCU rules out men in adverts for three academic posts

Lecturers to teach in Saudi Arabia, at world’s biggest women’s college

Secondary schools consider dropping languages due to teacher shortages

Oireachtas committee will hear schools are being forced to hire ‘inappropriate’ staff

Leaving Cert review to focus on easing ‘points race’ pressure

Ireland has the highest proportion of school-leavers in EU who go to third level

Private hospitals make emergency care offer

Hospitals pledge to invest in order to take patients currently seen in public facilities

End of the line for the Leaving Cert?

The first step of reforming our exam-obsessed senior cycle gets under way today. But who gets to decide what our children will learn?

My school says my complaints about a teacher are groundless

Ask Brian: There are a number of options available once you’ve exhausted all avenues in school

Wife fails to stop estranged husband’s exit from bankruptcy

Judge rules application prevented man exiting bankruptcy which was, in effect, ‘penal’

Pope’s decision on child sex-abuse commission members criticised

Marie Collins fears working groups set up to address care of survivors may be scrapped

Three billboards outside Leitir Mealláin, Connemara

Local hero Martin McDonagh gets Gaeltacht tribute after Bafta wins

Atheists call for removal of check boxes in census religion question

Atheist Ireland says writing in faith affiliation gives more accurate picture

O’Gorman family to get transcript of murder trial due to HSE worries

Concern raised about medical care received by the not guilty but insane Saverio Bellante

Luas officials to be asked to explain service delays at Oireachtas committee

Catherine Martin said she was ‘inundated’ with complaints from constituents using the service

Phoenix Park drainage works causes ‘incalculable harm’ to frogs and newts

Survival of a generation of frogs now in danger, warns Herpetological Society