The man in the dripping wet plastic mac dug into his bag of chips. “It’s not a bit like Morecambe, where I went a couple of years ago,” he said. “But (...)

Several locations have received more notifications for adverse weather so far this year than they did in the whole of 2013. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

It’s official: the wet and windy southwest has endured the wildest weather since Met Éireann’s colour-coded warning system was introduced in 2012.Data(...)

Fergal and Barry Doyle at Arboretum

It wasn’t the advent of the recession, austerity and declining consumer spending that hit Arboretum garden centre hard. Rather, a new road bypassing t(...)

A cottage-style house on the main road of Greystones, Co Wicklow, a short walk from the Dart station in the town’s centre, has, like many of its gr(...)

A Burnaby Edwardian has been given a modern makeover during the past decade with an eye to comfort as well as good looks. The result is a house whe(...)

Kilfenora celebration of all things Ted

Bray Jazz FestivalThe Bray Jazz Festival takes place from May 1st-3rd with a range of local and international acts including Havana Ché (Cuba), Ed Mot(...)

Brian Keogh: “If an opportunity comes along, at least take the time to consider it before you say No”

Brian Keogh has spent nearly 30 years teaching outdoor adventure sports and the last nine years running his own Wicklow-based business, Total Experien(...)

Richard Wall (14) was last seen in Baltinglass at about 1pm on Friday.

Help is being sought in locating a teenager who has been missing from his home in Co Wicklow for two days. Richard “Ricky” Wall (14) was last seen in (...)

 Willie Walsh: the IAG chief executive   has pledged to maintain Aer Lingus flights from the State to Heathrow for five years. Photograph: Sasko Lazarov/PhotoCall Ireland

Government officials could meet representatives of International Airlines Group (IAG) again next week as talks over the €1.36-billion bid for Aer Lin(...)

The Irish Tourist Assistance Service said that German tourists received the most assistance as a result of crime last year. File photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons/The Irish Times

German tourists and women made up the majority of victims of crime to have received assistance from the Irish Tourist Assistance Service (ITAS) last y(...)