The room, laid out with sofas and stools, was full. Some 180 entrepreneurs crowded into the upstairs part of 4 Dame Lane. Asked at registration who(...)

The Irish Times and irishtimes.com have a total average daily readership of 385,000, the figures for 2013 show

Increases in the daily online readership of newspaper publishers are “very positive” for the industry as a whole, the National Newspapers of Ir(...)

Who runs Ireland?

THE POLITICIANS ENDA KENNY Taoiseach Kenny holds the most powerful political position in the land. He is chief of the Cabinet, has the f(...)

Adrian Gallagher with his wife Emer and sons Cian (6) and Luke (10) at their home in Co Sligo. ‘It is a lot to leave behind: my wife, kids, house and the life I’ve built up.’

There may be signs that the economy is improving, but many people feel that career and lifestyle opportunities are better abroad. This year The Iri(...)

Dealing with homelessness: Janet, who now lives in transition accommodation. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien
Women: the hidden homeless
  • People
  • December 19, 2013, 01:00

Nadia's story “I don’t want that [my mother] knows I am homeless, because her heart is very sick. If she knows that I have very big trouble for(...)

Audio podcast: after the troika

As part of our coverage of Ireland’s exit this week from the EU/IMF bailout, we debate the issues raised by the country’s post-crash realities in a sp(...)

Boxed in: Tom Vaughan-Lawlor as Nidge in last weekend’s Love/Hate finale

Such was the hype ahead of the finale of Love/Hate (RTÉ One, Sunday) that Stuart Carolan, its writer, and David Caffrey, its director, could have deli(...)

We're back this week with our final Friday Food Forum to help you with your food, drink and cooking questions. The forum will be live between 1(...)

A History of Ireland in 100 Objects – an Irish Times project and now the basis of a series of exciting classroom lesson plans
Chalk Talk

Bringing ‘100 Objects’ into the classAfter the success of Fintan O’Toole’s ‘Irish Times’ series A History of Ireland in 100 Objects, and the subsequen(...)

Sarah O’Connell (4) at the Launch of National Giving Week. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Today marks the beginning of Philanthropy Ireland’s National Giving Week, which organisers hope will spark debate and discussion on the relevance of p(...)

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