Northern Ireland’s Secretary of State Theresa Villiers has less than a week to provide a sworn document in a legal action over the alleged internment and torture of a group of men more than 40 years ago. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

Northern Ireland’s Secretary of State has less than a week to provide a sworn document in a legal action over the alleged internment and torture of a (...)

‘Hooded men’ case adjourned until April at Belfast High Court to allow more time to trawl official documents.

A group of men taking legal action over their alleged internment and torture in Northern Ireland more than 40 years ago have accused British authoriti(...)

Philip Deignan is in line for his first Tour de France appearance this July. Photograph: Inpho

After riding the Giro d’Italia last year in support of team leader Richie Porte, Philip Deignan’s omission from the Team Sky squad for the race this (...)

Ireland’s opportunity lies not just in the export of food products, but in information technology expertise in this area.

The point where technology and agriculture meet is not limited to farm machinery. There is far more going on in this sector, which last year accounted(...)

The Smarter Cities initiative is part of IBM's larger Smarter Planet Programme

Research conducted in Ireland is playing a major part in the insights being gleaned as part of IBM’s global Smarter Cities initiative, which in(...)