Detail of photograph by Niall McInerney from the book Fashion’s Front Line

(...)] look easy. It is art concealing art.” As for his Irish roots, he keeps in touch with his two sisters(...)

Into the light: uncovered pine stumps on the shore. Illustration: Michael Viney

(...) roots, suggesting rapid inundations as sea rose in the wake of the Ice Age. Now it is certain to(...)

Iput chief executive Niall Gaffney:  “Demand at the moment is outstripping supply and will do in my view for the next three years. We don’t see oversupply in the market for some time.” Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

(...) executive Niall Gaffney. On his watch, the Irish property fund has lined up a handful of big(...)

After a month of negotiations a new Fianna Fail-Labour government was formed on January 12th, 1993, 48 days after the election. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

In light of this week’s Irish Times poll it is worth remembering that a week is a long(...)

Dr Ann Kelleher, corporate vice-president of Intel’s Technology and Manufacturing Group and General Manger of the Semiconductor Manufacturing organisation at Intel. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

An Irish woman who has risen to the top in a global IT company has spoken about the(...)

Warm and emotiona: Mmoths. Photograph: Jonas Lindtroem.

SONGS OF THE WEEK MMOTHS – Deu Kildare musician Jack Colleran burst onto the Irish(...)

Lady Charlotte Wheeler-Cuffe with her husband. Photograph by permission of  the director of National Botanic Gardens

(...) the botanical world. Lady Charlotte Wheeler- Cuffe (1867-1967) was born in England but had Irish roots(...)

Workers collect customer orders during Black Friday deals week at an Amazon fulfilment centre in Hemel Hempstead, England.
Let the US keep Black Friday

(...) historic roots in religious and cultural traditions but has long since become a major secular holiday(...)

Thomas Pakenham: “my predecessors  loved the family estate and planted many parkland trees to make it beautiful. Now these were in my care: individual oak and beech and sweet chestnut as fine as you could observe in any great park in Britain or Ireland”
Thomas Pakenham’s family of trees
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(...) roots of my passion for trees lie deep in my childhood. My sister Antonia and I were “Irish twins”: we(...)

Darragh O’Connell of Cuala and Jack Langton of Clara at the Leinster Club semi-final at Parnell Park earlier this month. Photograph: Donall Farmer/INPHO

(...) primary and secondary, spoke Irish at home, so it was only natural I would apply to a Gaelscoil. At the(...)