D4 apartment seeks €2.5m

Shrewsbury Square in Ballsbridge was hailed as one of the finest of the city’s contemporary apartment buildings when its then 60 units were complet(...)

President Michael D Higgins with his wife Sabina and broadcaster Joe Duffy, organiser of the Children of the Revolution service, surrounded by pupils of St Patrick’s National School Ringsend honouring the children who died in 1916. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Relations of children killed during the 1916 Rising were joined by President Michael D Higgins for a commemorative ceremony that recalled the “neglect(...)

Maurice Byrne and Gay Byrne, both of whose fathers served in the first World War, at the Guinness first World War exhibition at the Ireland Funds Gallery in the Little Museum of Dublin. Gay Byrne opened the exhibition, which is in place for six weeks. Photograph: Jason Clarke

An exhibition relating to Guinness and the first World War was “entirely unique because it is the story of a war seen through the eyes of individual (...)

  Christine Buckley giving her response to the publication of the Commission to Inquire into Child Abuse report in 2009. Photograph:  Brenda Fitzsimons

Christine Buckley, who died on March 11th last, came from obscure origins.She was, in the harsh language of the day, illegitimate, half caste and aban(...)

Gay Byrne: the former Late Late Show host invested in several properties in the Dublin docklands and as well as a hotel in Budapest.Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) has launched a multimillion- euro legal action against the broadcaster Gay Byrne and members of his family, r(...)

A priest leaves the priesthood to be with the woman he loves. Actors Sheila McWade and Gerard Byrne on Fair City in 2001. Photograph: RTE

Fair City has never been afraid to tackle controversial topics through the years, bringing us Ireland’s first on screen gay kiss, a priest falling in (...)

Gay Byrne, presenting his Time Warp show on Lyric FM at the RTE Radio Centre. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Veteran broadcaster Gay Byrne will present the last of his Sunday afternoon jazz music shows this week. “Welcome to the second last, otherwise (...)

Firefighters in Co Donegal were yesterday applauded after saving the homes of broadcaster Gay Byrne and several others. Three units of the fire(...)