She and her husband, Count Umberto Marzotto hosted glittering parties in their palazzo
It was on the point to point fields that McNamara became a legendary figure
Obituary: His contribution to the academic study of the genre will be his greatest legacy
‘He walked into the Guinness plant at St James’s Gate in Dublin as a boy messenger left 40 years later as managing director’
Obituary: singer who dubbed stars in films such as ‘The King and I’ and ‘West Side Story’
Obituary: brother of writer Brian O’Nolan believed in total power of the imagination
Obituary: ‘Tá an fheadóg dheireanach séidte, ach a leithéid de chluiche’
Obituary: Critic’s wine columns were at times philosophical and poetic
Obituary: Cleric’s books resulted in him being threatened by Rome with laicisation
Obituary: A man of great learning about art, literature, music, history and politics
Obituary: ‘She was very much part of the theatre. But it wasn’t everything to her. She only picked the things she knew she would do well’
Duggan was involved in first Irish-language song in UK charts the ‘Harry’s Game’ theme
Mervyn Dane: born May 4th, 1929; died August 15th
Obituary: Prominent ecclesiastical lawyer and early friend of North’s LGBT community
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