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Remembering Peter Tyrrell

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On April 26 1967 the body of a man was found on Hampstead Heath. It was charred and burnt beyond recognition. Initial investigation found that the man had deliberately set fire to himself. Who was this man?

Ryan Commission report a sickening indictment of Ireland’s past sins

Is an apology enough? I don’t know. Only a person who was abused at the hands of the religious nuns, priests and brothers can answer that question. Would prosecutions help in the healing process? Yet another question I have no authority to answer.

Election aftermath promises more excitement than campaign

Tomorrow’s polling day marks the culmination of a three month campaign to fill our MEP and local council seats. By any standards it has been one of the dullest. Barely a proper insult traded.

Election aftermath promises more excitement than campaign

Tomorrow’s polling day marks the culmination of a three month campaign to fill our MEP and local council seats. By any standards it has been one of the dullest. Barely a proper insult traded.

Election aftermath promises more excitement than campaign

Tomorrow’s polling day marks the culmination of a three month campaign to fill our MEP and local council seats. By any standards it has been one of the dullest. Barely a proper insult traded.

Sr Stan apologises for order’s abuse in Kilkenny

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Sr Stanislaus Kennedy who campaigns for social justice has apologised to children who were abused while under the care of the Sisters of Charity who ran two Kilkenny-based institutions named in the recently published Ryan Report.

New book questions the direction of change in social work

Independent councillor Catherine Connolly will launch a new book, called Transforming Children’s Services? by Paul Michael Garrett, in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, tomorrow at 6pm.

 

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