The Easter Rising and its legacy is to be the theme of this year’s Irish Times debating competition Speaking at the launch of the competition at the (...)

Clockwise from top left: Paul O’Neill, Deirdre Veldon, Mark Hennessy and Paddy Logue.

A series of new editorial appointments have been made at The Irish Times. Editor Kevin O’Sullivan said the appointments would serve to further develo(...)

Chloe Walshe (6), TJ Ormond (6) and Ellie Moonie (8) with Dessie Dolan at the launch of the    Irish Times/Pfizer Healthy Town initiative. molloyphotography

Former Westmeath county footballer Dessie Dolan has stressed the importance of setting realistic goals when embarking on a fitness regime. He was spea(...)

Managing director Liam Kavanagh said advertising had risen for the first time since 2007.

The Irish Times Ltd made a pretax profit of €2.1 million in 2014, down from €5.4 million the previous year. This was due to a continuing decline in ne(...)

At DCU for the Digital News Consumption Conference were: Dr David Levy , director of the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism; Michael O’Keeffe, chief executive of the Broadcasting Authority of Ireland; Dr Jane Suiter, director of DCU Institute for Future Media and Journalism and John Mulholland, editor of the ‘Observer’. Photograph: Julien Behal/Maxwells

Former tánaiste Michael McDowell was “chancing his arm” when he said new regulations on media holdings should allow existing arrangements to be challe(...)

June 20th, 2015: Impact Journalism Day - a day dedicated to focusing on solutions-based journalism.

Today is Impact Journalism Day, dedicated to focusing on solutions-based journalism. Forty-eight news organisations from 43 countries are participatin(...)


An order preventing the publication of financial information about Denis O’Brien was not intended to prohibit fair reporting of any utterances of the (...)

Taoiseach Enda Kenny will remain silent for now on the unprecedented stand-off between the political system and the judiciary which has convulsed the (...)

Mr O’Brien’s spokesman claimed on RTÉ Radio that the documents in TD Catherine Murphy’s possession contained “erroneous” figures and had been altered. Photograph: Frank Miller/The Irish Times

Controversy over the right to publish comments about Denis O’Brien’s banking arrangements made in the Dáil by Independent TD Catherine Murphy saw the (...)

The Irish Times is to apply to the High Court for confirmation that it can report a statement made in the Dáil by Independent TD Catherine Murphy regarding Denis O’Brien’s banking arrangements with IBRC.

The Irish Times will apply to the High Court on Tuesday morning, separately to RTÉ, seeking confirmation that a Dáil statement about Denis O’Brien’s b(...)