The glittering investiture of Ireland into The Order of the VBF (Very Best Friend) continues. There’s nothing like some rousing pageantry to st(...)
At the end of a very special day, they raised their glasses and toasted the future.
A good future.
One that many Irishmen and wom(...)
Alan Shatter felt the hooves of history on his shoulders yesterday, but will nobody spare a thought for the wild horses?
For six months, (...)
Before the most powerful committee of the national parliament, the Garda Commissioner stood his ground and all but told the representatives of the peo(...)
Micheál Martin reintroduced us to a familiar organism yesterday. It’ll fit in nicely with the cryptosporidium and E.coli. “The bonus culture is back,”(...)
Do you not know who they think they are? Of course not. You know nothing. On the other hand, the consultants know everything about everything. Most im(...)
Within the timeframe of the past 70 years, good journalism has never been so important. Events, conflicts, great uncertainty and a deluge of questi(...)
Jim Nugent met Bertie Ahern in 1970 through the Federated Workers Union of Ireland. Jim was a negotiator with the union, recruited straight from unive(...)
It’s a pity the man who was commander of the IRA in west Belfast all those years ago wasn’t in the Dáil chamber yesterday afternoon. He could have cle(...)
THE Irish Times has received 29 nominations for the National Newspapers of Ireland Awards for 2013, more than any other newspaper. The newspaper domin(...)
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