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Opinion: The psychology of appearance – is there a gender bias at play in job interviews?
Women who seem ‘too feminine’ may face an uphill struggle when applying for managerial jobs…
Opinion: 'Who am I?'... answering the big questions about your personality
What is personality – and can it be broken down to its competent parts? The short answer is yes.
Opinion: Practising mindfulness is a valuable tool for easing stress and anxious thoughts
Mindfulness meditation is about accepting our current experience, whatever that may be, in a relaxed, alert, and open way.
Ireland's Best Drives: Feast your eyes on this truly stunning Wicklow day trip
It’s just a stone’s throw from Dublin and we guarantee you won’t regret spending a day driving around Wicklow.
Opinion: Why are so many victims of child sexual abuse reluctant to report it?
Lenient sentencing in sexual assault cases has negative consequences – not just for individuals, but for all victims.
Opinion: Our most important family law reform for a generation isn't child friendly
Compared with best practice elsewhere, our courts currently have major shortcomings from the perspective of children.
Opinion: Misdiagnosed and misunderstood – the dramatic swelling disorder that can be fatal
Hereditary Angioedema is a rare inherited genetic condition which causes huge swelling on any part of the body, but it is frequently misdiagnosed.
Column: Our new in-camera Family Court legislation is a sham
The unlimited powers given by to judges in our Family Courts may continue to prevent the public from finding out what has transpired, writes Gerry Fahey.
Column: Is the Seanad referendum also about giving the judiciary greater protection from sanction?
We have been led to believe that the Referendum is about the abolition of the Seanad – but does it also aim to give additional protection from sanction to our judiciary? asks Gerry Fahey.
Column: Why I’ll be voting No in the Children’s Referendum
There is no legal need for constitutional change – and it may have unforeseen consequences, writes Gerry Fahey.