L’Amour: Our favourite date night outfits to inspire a fresh look
L’Amour: Our favourite date night outfits to inspire a fresh look

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Social Pictures: Opening night of Sister Act at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre
Social Pictures: Opening night of Sister Act at the Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

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The benefits of batch cooking, from more time to more money
The benefits of batch cooking, from more time to more money

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February 16: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds
February 16: Today’s top stories in 60 seconds

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Networking Event: ‘Equilibrium: Getting the Balance Right’
Networking Event: ‘Equilibrium: Getting the Balance Right’

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From a 10k car loan to €15m in funding: How one Waterford entrepreneur has reached dizzying heights
From a 10k car loan to €15m in funding: How one Waterford entrepreneur has reached...

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A light-filled extension has opened up this mid-terrace Dublin 6 home
A light-filled extension has opened up this mid-terrace Dublin 6 home

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The latest and greatest in wedding trends
The latest and greatest in wedding trends

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RuPaul’s Beverly Hills mansion is a maximalist’s dream 
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This innovative Monkstown red brick is on the market for €750,000
This innovative Monkstown red brick is on the market for €750,000

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Lynn Enright: When will Ireland introduce paid miscarriage leave?


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by Lynn Enright
08th Apr 2021

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People experiencing miscarriage should not find themselves relying on sick leave or the goodwill of employers, but will a new Irish Bill change that?

Sometimes, as a woman, there are news stories that, while intended to be uplifting or inspiring, actually make you frustrated about the glacial speed of social progress.  Ecstatic headlines about the fact that Kamala Harris is the first-ever female vice-President of America are one such example; it’s great to have a woman, and a woman of colour, in such a significant role – but surely it feels obscenely overdue rather than genuinely groundbreaking?  When the...

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