13-17 Dawson Street, Dublin –  regarded as one of the best redevelopment sites in the city centre

A landmark office and retail building at the junction of Dawson Street and Molesworth Street in Dublin city centre is likely to be demolished to make(...)

Aoibhín O’Malley, right, and her sister Gráinne

This was taken in 1993 on my summer holidays with my sister Gráinne on the swing my dad built among a sea of daisies in our garden in Clontarf, Dublin(...)

Helen Battigan with one of her displays made from flowers in her Bunclody garden. Photograph: Patrick Browne 2:33

Take gazillions of rare, beautiful and exotic blooms (among them spiky strelitzias, rare orchids, peacock-blue delphiniums, tropical heliconias, co(...)

The less traditional hurling counties are playing their cup finals at Croke Park today. Photograph: Inpho/Cathal Noonan
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John Ford Ireland Film Symposium Tomorrow’s Ford at War exhibition in Collins Barracks marks the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings, and includes (...)

A photograph of the late Desmond FitzGerald, the Knight of Glin, with the inscription “Thanks to My Divine Slave”, hangs on the bathroom wall of 54(...)

There’s no greater debate in rock music: Lennon or McCartney? We sat down with two local musicians to verbally slug it out. In the red corner, repr(...)

Kansas-based H&R Block is to set up its Dublin operation in No 1 Hatch Street where it will rent a large office suite

H&R Block, one of the world’s largest tax service providers, is to open a Dublin office with the intention of cornering a share of the tax returns(...)

Dubs’ fan Hugh O’Connor,  probably the most effective moving advertising billboard in the city. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

There is hardly a more colourful or dedicated Dubs’ fan than Hugh O’Connor. While former taoiseach Bertie Ahern has boasted about being at every All-I(...)

Twist and shout: The Beatles after arriving at Dublin Airport in November 1963, with Paul Russell (left) and  Frank Hall of RTÉ. Photograph: Lensmen Photographic Agency/irishphotoarchive.ie

The journey made by the phenomenon known as The Beatles was remarkably short – just nine years – but their winding road had its share of twists and tu(...)

Nessa Childers arriving with Liz Mc Manus to the European Parliament election count at Punchestown in June 2009. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times.

MARK HILLIARD MEP Nessa Childers has said any assertion by the Labour leadership that her resignation from the party was not a tough dec(...)