Obituary: Iraqi-British architect embodied the era of the starchitect
Obituary: His earliest writing focused on philosophy of mathematics and science
Obituary: ‘During the dark times of the 1970s he encouraged Southern bands to come North for competitions, and Northern bands to go South’
Obituary: Founding member of the Sligo Drama Circle and director of plays at Yeats Summer School
Obituary: ‘Culleton’s friends, especially those from the rugby community, remained a big part of his life in the years after his injury’
Obituary: Nun made a significant contribution to the Irish missionary effort
Obituary: He managed football pools and worked for the Irish Wheelchair Association
Obituary: A pioneer in the development of assistive technology
Obituary: Corbett would say: ‘It’s goodnight from me!’, followed by ‘And it’s goodnight from him!’ from Ronnie Barker
Obituary: As a radio-telephone operator she talked regularly with Franklin D Roosevelt and Winston Churchill
Obituary: ‘The last of a strikingly unconventional theatrical dynasty that lasted over four generations’
Distinguished priest and historian
Obituary: His writings form a unique legacy chronicling the social history of Greystones
Obituary: His first period as London editor of ‘The Irish Times’ was a triumph
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