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'We're being fed this lie': Exposing the myths of Ireland's 'compo culture'
'I fell in love with them from the first day': How Ireland's slot machine habit fuels addiction
'A licence to print money': The 'wild west' of Ireland's rampant slot machine industry
'The chance of getting caught is very small': The uphill battle to police Ireland's new Airbnb rules
The ugly side to dermal fillers: 'Would you let your mechanic stick a needle in your face?'
Tens of thousands of Irish users' emails and phone numbers were exposed in last year's Facebook hack
Sink or Swim: Inside the battle over access to the historic Clontarf Baths
'Lost complete confidence in them': Nearly two new data breaches at Tusla every week
'Nobody seems to care': Why some children face years of waiting for 'early intervention'
Protecting the protectors: Inside the Defence Forces' year-long mental health care crisis
Gardaí called in after €3,000 stolen from the Dept of Children's coffee 'honesty box'
How the IDA’s top client used Ireland to siphon billions offshore tax-free
Paschal Donohoe met KBC to 'reassure' the bank of support after the Strokestown eviction
Hundreds complain of broadband blackspots after promised rollouts don't materialise
Government official says RTÉ may need 'radical re-thinking' - not more public funding
Second investigation launched into Tusla over 'large volume' of privacy breaches
Ireland's 'fragile' budget faces years back in the red with a no-deal Brexit
'It's fatally flawed': What the hell is going on with the shrinking National Broadband Plan?
RTÉ says it could benefit from other TV channels 'going dark' with a no-deal Brexit