'T is the season for Irish entrepreneur Tadhg O'Toole. O'Toole, who moved LikeCharity's headquarters from Dublin to Raleigh earlier this year, just launched a national television campaign and is in the final stages of completing the company's latest investment round. It's no surprise that this is his busy time. Show More Summary
After a three-day holiday break, Notre Dame arrived in Nashville Friday for final preparations for next Tuesday's Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl against No. 24 LSU (3 p.m. ET, ESPN). The Irish held their first of four practices...Show More Summary
A woman who was 15 weeks pregnant when she was declared dead at a Dublin hospital is removed from life support after judges said that the fetus had little chance of survival.
Court allows hospital to switch off life support for brain-dead woman as her unborn foetus has no chance of survival.
Irish advertising shop Watercrab imagined what would happen if Santa was an agency.
Ireland’s high court ruled doctors can withdraw life support for a clinically dead pregnant woman on Friday, in the latest case to trigger heated debate on the country’s stringent abortion laws. Despite requests from the woman’s family for her to be allowed to die, doctors...
A three-judge High Court in Ireland ruled on Friday that removing a 26-year-old clinically brain-dead pregnant woman from life support wouldn't violate the Catholic country's constitutional ban on abortion.
An Irish High Court ruled Friday that a brain-dead woman’s life support can be turned off even though she is 18 weeks pregnant.
Irish judges have ruled brain-dead pregnant woman should be removed from life support.
Microsoft has picked up a hefty ally in its battle to oppose a US court order demanding access to emails stored in its Dublin, Ireland data center. The Irish government has sided with Redmond, claiming that if Microsoft gives in … Continue reading ?
Mrs Brown Boy's, Irish comedian Brendan O'Carrell's titular foul-mouthed Irish matriarch, once again came out on top as the most watched programme in the U.K. on Christmas Day. The special episode of the sitcom, which also boasted Christmas...Show More Summary
Doctors told the High Court the 18-week fetus' prospects of survival were low. There have been two similar cases in Ireland since 2001; both fetuses died in the womb. The decision won't be appealed.
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An attorney for an unborn baby in Ireland told judges in the Irish High Court today that they should keep a brain-dead pregnant woman alive in order to protect her unborn baby’s right to life. The High Court in Ireland will decide on Friday whether to allow a hospital to shut off life support for […]
Seven Irish doctors yesterday asked the Dublin High Court for one thing: that a brain-dead pregnant woman be taken off life support. The seven were in agreement that, as the AP puts it, her fetus appeared doomed. The father of the woman, who is 18 weeks pregnant and was declared...
Like a collection of short stories or poems, Irish composer Donnacha Dennehy's new album -- which you can hear as you read in #MusicForWriters, thanks to Q2 Music -- is a group of small tales with big sound.
In a legal brief supporting the tech giant's appeal of a search warrant for communications stored at a Dublin data center, the Irish government said that courts in the United States should respect the sovereignty of other countries.
Microsoft has been fighting a US court order demanding access to emails on stored on a server in Dublin, Ireland since December 2013 and it’s finally got a break. The Irish government has declared that US authorities will need to work with it if they want to access data stored in the country. Show More Summary
Sober Lane, a pub in Dublin, commissioned artist Mick Minogue to adorn its walls with taxidermied creatures. That will give it a quaint old fashioned look that people look for in an Irish pub. The owners are 80s and 90s kids. So their definition of "old fashioned" may be a bit different than yours. Show More Summary
Microsoft picked up new momentum today in a domestic case regarding the disclosure of information stored on the company’s servers in Ireland. Both the Irish government and a member of the European parliament filed amicus briefs in the company’s favor, contrary to the legal interpretation of the United States government. Read More