Managing editor Cliff Taylor remembered Sean Flynn (pictured) as a friend who ‘put a smile on your face’, a journalist with an ‘extraordinary talent’, and a dedicated family man. Photograph: Eric Luke

Family, friends and colleagues of deceased Irish Times staff gathered in Dublin on Saturday for a commemorative service. The event, held at the(...)

Inspectors highlighted worries regarding medication-management procedures at Athlunkard House Nursing Home near Limerick city. Photograph: Getty Images

Staff at a Co Clare nursing home were unable to account for potent psychotropic drugs which went missing, according to a report from the Health Inform(...)

Criminals send emails and letters to businesses and organisations requesting them to change  payment arrangements.  Any information received is then used in an attempt to siphon off funds to illegitimate bank accounts. File photograph: ECB/Reuters

Gardaí have warned businesses to be vigilant following a recent rise in invoice frauds.According to members of the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation(...)

Members of Palestine’s El Funoun DaMembers of Palestine’s El Funoun Dance Troupe will lead an open-air instruction on the Middle-Eastern dance technique of ‘Dabke’ in Eyre Square as part of the Galway Dance Days festival this weekend. Photograph: Galway Dance Days

Ireland v PolandThe wait has been excruciating, but Martin O’Neill’s Republic of Ireland team will finally return to the Aviva Stadium for a first com(...)

Discotekken on ice takes place on Saturday December 20th at the Point Village and features disco and ice-rinks rolled into one yuletide experience.

The season of Christmas encompasses a range of things for all who celebrate it. However, for those less inclined to ring in the end-of-year festivitie(...)

An editorial lapse

At The Irish Times the default position has been and will remain that the views expressed, (...)

Walk to begin this Sunday from  Wicklow Gaol.

Wicklow town council mayor Malcolm Earls will lead a walk around Wicklow town, this Sunday, October 20th. The two-hour walk is part of the Irish Times(...)