(...) mobilisation was more formidable than ever before under Charles Stewart Parnell, the real game-changer was the(...)

They’re with the band: stars of ‘Eipic’,  Fionn Foley, Cian O’Baoill, Fionnuala Gygax, Roisin Ni Cheilleachair and Daire O’Muiri. Photograph: Bryan Brophy

World War meant that the Shelbourne Hotel allowed guests to bring in their own food (usually game shot(...)

The most common type of fraud in Ireland, according to PwC, is asset misappropriation and/or stealing from a company

(...) fraud remains something of a guessing game. Fraud is wide-ranging and can cover everything from(...)

George North: “I want to be on the wing. I want to have that space to run at people.” Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Cuthbert. North though possesses a subtlety to his game that’s less commonplace among the giant backs(...)

Simteractive founder and chief executive  Elaine Reynolds thinks the “very active, very supportive” game development scene in Ireland is growing fast.

An unusually large number of Irish video game start-ups are preparing to go to the most important(...)

Iris Murdoch and her husband, John Bayley, Warton Professor of English at Oxford. While her imbroglios outside marriage have long been known about, these letters lay bare Murdoch’s almost desperate desires – and not only for men. Bayley remained a rock, however; and she always came home

Harry Potter and Game of Thrones, though, they may be again striking a chord. The letters are largely(...)

Terry Wogan with (left to right) Tess Daly, Alesha Dixon and Fearne Cotton during the BBC Children In Need Appeal of 2011. Photograph: PA

(...). Audiences for his game show Blankety Blank topped 20 million, an unheard-of figure nowadays. The show was(...)

Please Bob, no: Zac Efron and Robert De Niro in Bad Grandpa

(...)-of-the-year list. Its uncomplicated pleasures are few: game turns by Efron and Aubrey Plaza; the bit where Zac(...)

 Vincent McDarby, senior clinical health pstchologist at Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin. Photograph: Alan Betson

(...)’s a review, so the entire diabetes team sits down and everybody who attended the clinic is reviewed(...)

Leinster’s Josh van der Flier in action against Toulon. “Having those world-class players playing against you was very surreal. It was a big step up, even in tackling,” he says. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

(...) really played those schools.” Coghlan joined Munster last summer in search of game time while Gilsenan(...)