Queen’s University has appointed Irish-American businessman Thomas Moran as its new chancellor(...)

A couple look at campaign posters in Helsinki of candidates in the Finnish parliamentary elections. Finns will go to the polls on April 19th. Photograph: Heikki Saukkomaa/Lehtikuva/Reuters

(...) campaign – dominated by a three-year economic stagnation. Rehn’s proposed antidote: austerity, Irish(...)

Kenneth Killeen: ‘In the case of Whiplash, which reinforces the stereotypical view of jazz, that’s not good’

(...) encouraging young talent as it is an industry showcase. “Irish artists feel like they go so far and then hit(...)

Irish Roots

(...) driven many improvements in access to Irish records over recent years. They are also one of the strongest(...)

Rory McIlroy shares the sporting firmament with fellow megastars Messi, Federer, Kobe and LeBron. Photograph: Ezra Shaw/Getty Images

(...) genius chipping and putting in the Irish twilight to the day he finally tees-off with his boyhood hero(...)

(...) good vibes Not Squares “Bolts” (Strange Brew) Second album from the Norhern Irish band(...)

The production team work on the new Bulmers television ad ‘Not a Moment Too Soon’ which was filmed in Dublin, Wicklow and Clare

(...)-themed campaign called “Not a Moment Too Soon”. The ad is “a return to our roots” and celebrates “taking it slow(...)

William Pitt the Younger: introducted of Britain’s first income tax but created the non-domicile regime to allow those with foreign property to shelter it from wartime taxes. Photograph: Edward Gooch/Getty Images

(...) better known to Irish readers as bringing about the Act of Union of 1800, and of his efforts to(...)

Luminosity chief executive Sharon Kavanagh-Banks says the standard of automotive recognition (Soar) system was initially developed as a form of quick and easy stocktaking for vehicle importers who have to deal with huge marshalling yards of cars awaiting delivery to dealers.

(...) displayed but all, in their paper form, are vulnerable to simple fraud.Luminosity, an Irish company(...)

Can Phil Taylor step away from the game that made him? Photo: Sean Dempsey/PA

(...), perhaps, for the Irish jockey AP McCoy, one of Taylor’s heroes, who has won more races than any other(...)