The contribution made by Gardaí and Defence Forces personnel to the United Nations since Ireland first became a member in 1955 is on display at the ‘UN60’ exhibition at the National Museum of Ireland - part of a series of events to mark the 60th anniversary of Ireland’s UN membership.
From the frontlines, Will Holden has seen first-hand the human impact of war. Having spent 20 years working in logistics for private sector companies, the Dubliner has now turned his attention to applying his skills in a humanitarian setting in some of the world’s most war-torn regions.
Forensic Science Ireland has played a pivotal role in the support of Irish justice over the past four decades. It is now widely anticipated that a new State forensic laboratory will be built on a site near Celbridge, Co. Kildare.