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Column: 'I cook dinner when I want, eat when I want. I was waiting 20 years for this'
After 20 years of institutional living, Alan has moved into his community. This is his story, as well as other HAIL project participants, now living lives of their own choosing.
15 tweets that sum up Ireland’s relationship with Michael Guineys
On the rummage.
Here's why Hit The Diff needs to be recognised as a national treasure
It’s time.
Opinion: After two decades as a journalist, no project I’ve handled has been quite as harrowing
In the course of compiling a book about the abuse of children in industrial schools, I came face to face with one of the darkest chapters in Ireland’s history.
Sale of half of Arnotts gets the go-ahead
Two companies are to have joint control of the iconic Dublin store Arnotts.
'It's time to do something' - The forgotten mass grave of 800 babies in Galway
A campaign is now under way to construct a memorial.
Charming film tells the story of the 55-year-old chipper in Cork where people queue down the street
KC’s in Douglas is a beloved institution.
Magdalene survivors "shocked and upset" by nun interview defending laundries
In an interview aired last night, two anonymous nuns defended the Magdalene laundries and said religious orders had no need to apologise.
Group of Magdalene survivors to meet Taoiseach tomorrow
A group of women represented by the Magdalene Survivors Together group will meet with Enda Kenny on Monday afternoon.
GAA fans lose an institution as Quinns of Drumcondra shuts its doors
Where many a day turned to midnight…
The Evening Fix... now with added tweets from ten years ago
Here are the things we learned, loved and shared today.
'Unsuitable' psychiatric hospital continuing to admit patients
A 19th century asylum in Portlaoise is continuing to admit new patients despite a national policy to shut down outdated facilities.
40 per cent of prisoners in St Patrick's are on protection
Prisoners at the institution, which houses offenders aged 16 to 21, are placed on protection when they are under threat from other inmates or pose a risk to the prison population.