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(...)

Complicated: the research stretched back to the early 18th century, long before property records were reliable. Manuscript map of Dublin in the late 17th century courtesy of the National Library of Ireland

Prices tell stories. We have all heard the one that starts with “Back in my day”, then describes what petrol or sweets or a house cost years ago. In t(...)

The research  by financial analyst Karl Deeter, Frank Quinn of the Blackrock Further Education Institute and David Duffy of the Economic and Social Research Institute looked at streets across Dublin city

The most recent property crash was just one in a long line of Irish booms and busts recorded over the last 300 years and not even close to being the w(...)

The new-look Darren Clarke shows the fruits of his fitness regime. Photo: Warren Little/Getty Images

As the star attraction of the night entered the room, tall, tanned and toned, Vinny Fitzpatrick sank his bulging buttocks a little lower in his seat a(...)

Lisa Marie Griffith, author of Stones of Dublin: A History of Dublin in Ten Buildings (Collins Press)

While working as a tour guide in Dublin city centre, covering 2,000 years of Irish history, I began to see the city’s iconic buildings as a gateway(...)

From field to your favourite local: Gearóid Cahill, Guinness master brewer at the St James’s Gate brewery, in Dublin

The unique taste, texture and colour of Guinness are the result not only of its four ingredients – barley, hops, yeast and water – but also of what(...)

JACK FAGAN Commercial Property Editor The highly profitable Iveagh Fitness Club and its extensive Victorian premises held by Quinn Insurance Ltd. at B(...)

St Mary’s church, on the corner of Mary Street and Jervis Street, was deconsecrated in the 1980s and currently operates as The Church bar and restaurant. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

British pub chain JD Wetherspoon has set its sights on a 17th century former church where Arthur Guinness was married as the location for its first b(...)

Professor Philip Nolan the NUI Maynooth president and curator Christopher Ridgeway speaking as the Morpeth Roll goes on display to the general public at NUI Maynooth in Co Kildare. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA Wire

The signatures of the great-great grandfather and great-uncle of former US President Ronald Reagan have been found on a pre-famine roll which is now o(...)

 Patrick Guinness and Garech Browne  at the unveiling of  the  statue of entrepreneur and philanthropist Arthur Guinness in his  home town of Celbridge, Co Kildare, which has been erected by Celbridge Tidy Towns, with the support of Diageo.  Photograph: Naoise Culhane Photography

He came in for some flak last week but yesterday was the real Arthur’s Day, when a statue of Arthur Guinness was unveiled on Celbridge’s main street i(...)