Michaela May - 1954 ★ ★ “Can’t live my life stuck in an old cliche,” resolves Michaela May(...)

Brendan James with his wife, Moya: ‘It was that real kiss... when two people know they are meant for each other

(...) never motivated Moya and I. All we wanted was to look after our children and have enough to live. I(...)

A statue of Marx and Engels in Berlin: the wakening of Engels’s class consciousness was aided by his love affair with a poor Irish worker, Mary Burns, and later her sister Lizzie, subject of Gavin McCrea’s novel, Mrs Engels

(...) reserved for the middle classes. A bourgeois mill-owner could live in Manchester for years without ever(...)

Garda officers at the scene of the shooting of Eddie Hutch  on Poplar Row in Dublin’s  North Strand. Two journalists at Independent News & Media hwho have been reporting on recent gang violence have had threats made on their lives, the group’s editor-in-chief said. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire.

(...) seriousness of the situation. It is a very live threat,” he told Newstalk. Mr Rae told RTÉ’s Morning Ireland(...)

Party leaders at the TV3/Newstalk debate last night. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Leaders’ debates live on television are strange animals. It’s good to win, but the priority is not(...)

In the fourteen countries featured as part of LinkedIn’s research, science, technology, engineering, and maths skills made up the majority of the top 25 list.

(...) other countries, a number of trends were observed. “We live in an increasingly data driven world, and(...)

Take five: The Gloaming (from left) Dennis Cahill, Martin Hayes,  Thomas Bartlett, Iarla Ó Lionáird and Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh. Photograph: Richard Gilligan

(...).” That new material then found its way into the live set and a plot began to emerge about what would be(...)

(...) from Code (live set), Tara Unicorn (otherwise known as 2XM’s Tara Stewart) and Colin Devine(...)

 Stephen Doyle, working to help ex-convicts go straight, at their centre in Aungier Street, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

(...) if you live it, it’s a long time. “You have to balance it, though, and ask is it long enough for(...)

(...) realise the accumulated wealth in a house; it may simply be somewhere they need to live, especially in the(...)