Monday, May 1st – Sunday, May 7th

Monday, April 24th – Sunday, April 30th

Monday, April 17th – Sunday, April 23rd

Monday, April 10th – Sunday, April 16th

Fans hold up signs reading EQUALITY as the  United States Women’s National Team hosted the France Women’s National Team as part of the SheBelieves Cup in March, 2017, at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC. France won the game 3-0.  Photograph: Scott Bales/YCJ/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The most depressing war for female sports must be the one with their own representative bodies

Monday, April 3rd – Sunday, April 9th

Monday, March 27th – Sunday, April 2nd

Co Armagh’s Cyril Walker was presented with his silver medal by Special Olympics ambassador Arnold Schwarzenegger.

Cyril Walker presented with silver medal by Arnold Schwarzenegger

Monday, March 20th – Sunday, March 26th

Monday, March 13th – Sunday, March 19th

Monday, March 6th – Sunday, March 12th

Green Party MLA Clare Bailey celebrates with supporters at the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA

News, reaction, who was elected (and who wasn’t) from each of the 18 Northern Ireland areas

The statue of Edward Carson at  Stormont. Photograph: Paul Faith/AFP/Getty Images

Everything you need to know about the Assembly and the count, and how to follow it with ‘The Irish Times’

Monday, February 27th – Sunday, March 5th

Monday, February 20th – Sunday, February 26th

Monday, February 13th – Sunday, February 19th

Avoca Shop at Malahide Castle and Gardens. Photograph: Alan Betson

FSAI says listeriosis is a ‘serious disease’ which can be ‘life threatening’

Monday, February 6th – Sunday, February 12th

Monday, Jan 30th – Sunday, Feb 5th

Monday, Jan 23rd – Sunday, Jan 29th

Skiing in Bamyan, Afghanistan: While most would baulk at  such an unusual break, travel companies organise  regular trips to some of the most wartorn countries in the world. Photograph: Abdul Latif Azimi/AFP

Bored with beaches? Try holiday chaos of a different variety in Iraq or Afghanistan

Travel writer and backpacker  Jonny Blair   at the Blue Mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif during a 2016 visit: The city – the third-largest in Afghanistan – was one of the first to fall in 2001 after the American-led invasion

Travel writer Johnny Blair has had adventures in warzones, little-known locations and even the Irish autonomous region of Podjista(...)

Security officials say 99 groups – for and against Donald Trump – plan to demonstrate in the US capital this weekend, including 63 on Friday, the day of the inauguration ceremony.

As throw-in time edges closer, here is how you can follow the action on

Monday, Jan 16th – Sunday, Jan 22nd

Razan Ibraheem, from Syria, is now working in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

‘If somebody is needy and they were driven out of their homes . . . how could you say no?’

Martin McGuinness leaves Stormont Castle on Monday evening after resigning as Deputy First Minister. Photograph: Justin Kernoghan

Guide to the Northern Ireland Assembly

Monday, Jan 9th – Sunday, Jan 15th

Monday, Jan 2nd – Sunday, Jan 10th

Monday, Dec 26th – Tuesday, Jan 3rd

Monday, Dec 19th – Monday, Dec 26th

Dog ‘found in a blue plastic container near T1’

Monday, Dec 12th – Sunday, Dec 18th

Monday, Dec 5th – Sunday, Dec 11th

Monday–Sunday, November 28th – December 4th

Monday–Sunday, November 21st – 27th

Enjoying cooking at the Ben’s Beginner’s Cook and Play  session at Airfield, Co Dublin. Photograph: Kieran Harnett

Children want to stir, mix, add and, most importantly, watch as you cook. Let them . . .

Monday–Sunday, November 14th – 20th

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton do battle in the US presidential election

Polls opened on Tuesday morning with an outcome expected by early Wednesday morning

Monday–Sunday, November 7th – 13th

Monday–Sunday, Oct 31st – Nov 6th

Monday–Sunday, October 24th–30th

Dutch businessman Dr Tiede Herrema, who was kidnapped in 1975.  Photograph: David Sleator

My Big Regret: ‘I think we know the real victim of the kidnapping of Dr Tiede Herrema’

What, when and why guide to forthcoming public service disputes

Damian Cullen  out  for a run in 2015 for an Irish Times series on getting fit. Photograph: Alan Betson

To offset a chocolate bar, you’ll need to jog around the Himalayas twice carrying a Sherpa

Monday–Sunday, October 17th–23rd

Monday–Sunday, October 10th–16th

Damian Cullen: ‘Cancel all plans for your 21st birthday party. You are not invincible, and neither are your friends . . . Trust me. Cancel. It. Now.’ Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Life lessons that can’t be unlearned

Monday, Oct 3rd – Sunday, Oct 9th

An empty bus stop on the Navan Road N3 route towards Dublin City. Photograph: Alan Betson

Talks between unions and management at Dublin Bus to take place today

Monday, Sep 26th – Sunday, Oct 2nd

Monday, Sep 19th – Sunday, Sep 25th

Monday, Sep 12th – Sunday, Sep 18th

Lough Boora Discovery Park, Co Offaly

Co Offaly sculpture park ‘pays homage to our human interaction with the boglands’

A massive turnout as GAA All-Ireland hurling champions Tipperary make their homecoming at Semple Stadium, Thurles. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Tens of thousands at Semple Stadium to welcome heroes and Liam MacCarthy Cup

Monday, Sep 5th – Sunday, Sep 11th

Monday, Aug 29th – Sunday, Sep 4th

Monday, Aug 22nd – Sunday, Aug 28th

Monday, Aug 15th – Sunday, Aug 21st

Monday, Aug 8th – Sunday, Aug 14th

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump kisses a baby at a campaign rally in Colorado Springs, Colorado last week. Mr Trump on Tuesday  asked a woman with a crying baby to leave a rally in Virginia. Photograph: Carlo Allegri/Reuters.

After two bouts of tears, Republican nominee tells mother: ‘you can get the baby out of here’

Monday, Aug 1st – Sunday, Aug 7th

Monday, July 25th – Sunday, July 31st

The two-day aviation spectacle in Bray will include a display involving three De Havilland Chipmunks. Photograph: Joe Keogh

Bray Air Display includes planes used as basic trainer for Irish Air Corp for decades

Monday, July 18th – Sunday, July 24th

Monday, July 11th – Sunday, July 17th

Monday, July 4th – Sunday, July 10th

Monday, June 27th – Sunday, July 3rd

Monday, June 20th – Sunday, June 26th

Monday, June 13th – Sunday, June 19th

Monday, June 6th – Sunday, June 12th

Monday, May 30th – Sunday, June 5th

Monday, May 23rd – Sunday, May 29th

Monday, May 16th – Sunday, May 22nd

Sunday, May 15th

Klaudia Sadowska, from Tuam, left her home last Friday.

Klaudia Sadowska was last seen in Lissadyra, Tuam last Friday evening

Martin McGuinness (Sinn Fein) shakes hands with Colum Eastwood (SDLP) as Eamonn McCann (People Before Profit) looks on at the Foyle Arena in Derry. Photograph: Niall Carson/PA

108 MLAs have been elected to Stormont over the past two days

A count supervisor sorts voting papers at the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Belfast, after elections to decide the make-up of the next Stormont Assembly. Photograph: Liam McBurney/PA Wire

Irish Times coverage includes articles from the 18 constituencies and live blog updates

Monday, May 2nd – Sunday, May 8th

Friday, April 29th – Monday, May 2nd

Monday, April 18th – Sunday, Apr 24th

Loyal followers: fans watch Loughmore-Castleiney play. Photograph: Cathal Noonan/Inpho

We’re on the hunt for Ireland’s best sports club, and we want you to help by nominating yours. The winner of the competition – and(...)

Monday, April 11th – Sunday, Apr 17th

Acting Taoiseach and Fine Gael leader Enda Kenny and Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin.

Simon Coveney tells Shane Ross there are ‘positive reasons’ for no-show

Damian Cullen, one year and 2st  5lb down. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

As I finish my column at the end of a year-long fitness and health drive here is what I learned

RTÉ’s The Sunday Game Live presenter Michael Lyster with football panellists Joe Brolly, Colm O’Rourke and Pat Spillane in studio in Croke Park.

Veteran presenter gives insider’s view of challenges and workings of ‘The Sunday Game’

Monday, April 4th – Sunday, Apr 10th

Louise James is comforted by her brother Chris at a vigil in Buncrana. Photograph: North West Newspix

Newspaper claimed it had secured an exclusive interview with Louise James

Gardaí investigating fatal road traffic collision on Wolfe Tone Square

Two Doberman Pinschers - Boone and Flair Polo. Their owner says both were born from the same litter, but, as yet, only Flair Polo has been microchipped.

Investigations launched as owners say their dogs have mysteriously shrunk in size

Monday, Mar 28th – Sunday, Apr 3rd

Evan (8) and Mark (12) who lost their lives in Buncrana, with baby Rionaghac-Ann who survived.

Davitt Walsh dived into water at Buncrana pier and saved four-month-old baby girl

Monday, Mar 21st – Sunday, Mar 27th

Front page of ‘The Irish Times’ – Saturday, March 18th, 1916. A bargain at one penny!

Participants ‘exceedingly anxious to be regarded as soldiers’

Monday, Mar 14th – Sunday, Mar 20th

Monday, Mar 7th – Sunday, Mar 13th

Omaima, Fatima and Somaia – sisters of Ibrahim Halawa – at their home in Dublin. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Irishman was first arrested in August 2013 and has now spent 942 days in prison

Monday, Feb 29th – Sunday, Mar 6th

Monday, Feb 22nd – Sunday, Feb 28th

Your ideal weight is somewhere between living in a fast-food outlet because you can no longer fit out the door, and dreaming of snapping a lollipop from a child because you’re so hungry. Photograph: Thinkstock

Exercise is a means to an end – not a path to contentment

Monday, Feb 15th – Sunday, Feb 21st

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