NEWS — 26 February 2013

The resignation of Britain’s most senior Catholic churchman leaves UK Catholics without any voice in the election of the new Pope while Ireland’s most senior cleric defies calls from campaigners to stay away from Rome

The Pope changes Church law to bring forward the election of his successor

Relatives of those murdered and injured in the Omagh bombing lose patience with the British and Irish governments in their campaign for an independent, cross, border inquiry and apply for judicial review

In the aftermath of Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s emotional apology to the Magdalene Survivors we ask what happened to the actual laundries

Irish designers make a splash at London Fashion Week – see our special report with pictures

As Manchester’s St. Patrick’s Day Festival gets underway shortly we suggest ten must-see highlights of the event

Ireland’s Finance Minister Michael Noonan on how the Irish economy is doing really well – except for all that unemployment

David Hennessy talks to Fionn Regan about his highly acclaimed new album The Bunkhouse Vol 1: Anchor Black Tattoo

Donegal band The Plea are being called the next U2

Irish Canadian comic Katherine Ryan on life, love and laughs

David Hennessy on Irish success at the Brit Awards

Hobley on Holby: actress Tina Hobley on a decade in the BBC medical drama Holby City and her County Clare roots

Cheltenham: Simon Clifford gets the lowdown from top Irish national hunt champion trainer Willie Mullins and John Doyle gives his tips

Damian Dolan talks to former Republic of Ireland soccer international Matt Holland about life after playing and his flourishing career as a radio pundit

Croke Park gives amber light to Ruislip development

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