Wexford ran out winners on an incredible scoreline of 17-20 to 0-1 against Kilkenny at Nowlan Park in the opening round of the Leinster minor football(...)

A poster celebrating Dan Donnelly.

Sir Daniel Donnelly was buried in Bully’s Acre, in the grounds of the Royal Hospital in Kilmainham, but not for long. Grave robbing was big busines(...)

 A water meter at a house in Rathfarnham in Dublin. A water charges objector claims his constitutional right to protest has been breached by a District Court order requiring him to stay away from all Irish Water meter installers. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times.

A water charges objector claims his constitutional right to protest has been breached by a District Court order requiring him to stay away from all Ir(...)

Vision for Cork: Everyman Palace’s artistic director Julie Kelleher. Photograph: Michael Mac Sweeney/Provision

Cork has always had plenty to shout about when it comes to its musical heritage. From Microdisney to Mick Flannery, Seán Ó Riada to Rory Gallagher (...)

There have been so many announcements in the past about rural broadband that Séamus Boland, chief executive of Irish Rural Link compared it to the dig(...)

James Kelly aka Wife: ‘When you have a fan base it adds different considerations. You ask yourself: is there another life left in this?’

‘There isn’t any subtle way of transitioning from black metal into pop music,” says James Kelly, but the Co Cork musician is willing to give it a g(...)

Solid: Glimmermen
Newfound Sounds for May
  • Music
  • April 25, 2014, 00:00

Albums recorded in unusual settings tend to be imbued with a special feeling. Brigid Power Ryce’s I Told You The Truth EP was recorded in St Nichol(...)

Colm Hefferon, son of Arms Trial witness Col Michael Hefferon (in photograph  frame), who has called on the Government to release more documents. Photograph: Alan Betson

The son of a former Army head of intelligence has called for an “independent trawl” of government files to help establish the truth behind the 1970(...)

Charles Haughey with Neil Blaney in 1970 at the Arms Trial.

It has taken a long time for the truth to emerge but the finding of the Smithwick Tribunal that someone in Dundalk Garda station colluded with the IRA(...)

Justice Minister Alan Shatter and Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan give their reaction to the Smithwick report at Farmleigh House in Dublin. Photograph: PA

The findings of the Smithwick Tribunal have served to cast a chink of light into another dark aspect of the Troubles that destabilised Northern Irelan(...)