Shane Lowry  tees off on the 16th hole during the third round of the Waste Management Phoenix Open at TPC Scottsdale. Photograph: Scott Halleran/Getty Images

(...)’s hosting of the Irish Open, as now sponsored by Dubai Duty Free, last year at Royal County Down saw fresh(...)

The planned expansion of the Dublin bikes scheme is on hold until further funding can be secured, according to Dublin City Council.

(...) the heart of the city. Coca-Cola Ireland has sponsored the scheme since 2014. It costs almost €2(...)

The 2001 Irish Times debate at UCD. Photograph:Cyril Byrne
About The Irish Times Debate 2016

This year The Irish Times Debate partnered with Ireland 2016 to mark this special centenary year and all participants in the competition have debated(...)

Like the GAA with Croke Park, clubs around the country have invested in facilities and would like to be able to earn some return on them. Photograph: 	Inpho

(...) first of these, sponsored by Fermanagh, advocates a clearly defined membership of the GAA, registering(...)

The Irish Times Debate 1916 Centenary Competition launch in partnership with Ireland 2016 2:06

Heather Humphreys, Minister for Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht, launched The Irish Times Debate 1916 Centenary Competition in October to celebrate t(...)

The Irish Times Debate semi-final 4 at Sutherland School of Law, UCD (trailer) 0:30

Motion: This house believes that the 1916 Rising was a middle class adventure

The Irish Times Debate semi-final 1 at Queen’s University, Belfast (trailer) 0:30

Motion: This house believes that the Good Friday Agreement left 1916 in its political wake

The Irish Times Debate semi-final 2 at Dun Laoghaire IADT (trailer) 0:31

Motion: This house believes that the values of the 1916 proclamation have only become more relevant

The Irish Times Debate semi-final 3 at The Cadet School (trailer) 0:31

Motion: This house believes that the 1916 Rising marks the high point of Irish political culture

The Irish Times Debate semi-final 3 at The Cadet School 3:53

Motion: This house believes that the 1916 Rising marks the high point of Irish political culture