Mirette Dowling: the Wicklow Choral Society which she founded was the first choir from outside Dublin to perform in the National Concert Hall in 1983, two years after its opening

Mirette Dowling, who has died aged 91, was a highly regarded music teacher and choral conductor who inspired generations of young musicians in a caree(...)

Among various claims in two sets of High Court proceedings, U2 bass player Adam Clayton alleges he relied on Gaby Smyth as his accountant and for financial and investment advice between 2001 and 2010.  File photograph: Collins Courts

U2 bass guitarist Adam Clayton has sued his former accountant Gaby Smyth for more than €10 million in losses, plus damages, as a result of several fai(...)

File photograph of Blaise, Blake and Alexandra  O’Donnell. File photograph: Collins Courts

Retired solicitor Brian O’Donnell’s adult children face questioning in court over a number of valuable gifts given to them by their parents. These in(...)

A colourfully planted garden full of secret paths, nooks and rockeries is one of the main attractions of a house high on Killiney Hill Road – that,(...)

Each Saturday on irishtimes.com/weddings we'll report on couples’ love stories. We'll tell the tales and show the pictures of these fabul(...)

Abbey Lodge, a three-bedroom house with a strong Gothic flavour in Killiney, Co Dublin, stands next to the ruins of the 6th-century monastery – Cil(...)

Attention to detail

Sir, – Can you do something about the Devil, please? He and his wretched detail are all over the newspaper. He was present when Greece will not get a (...)

In the 1990s, modern Irish design really got to grips with glassy, open-plan houses, so this 1970s house in Killiney was comfortably at the forefro(...)

The Marianists are selling their community house in Killiney and, due to a drop in numbers, intend trading down to a smaller property nearby. The com(...)

Salerno was one of the earlier houses built on Military Road in Killiney. Originally called Rosetta it probably looked different in 1860 when it was (...)